Models, Parisians and rags: The Etam party and fashion show at the Ritz Hotel brought the chic - and the freak - as only the French can create.
As stated previously, I've always held this asinine Vogue profile, which I believe opened with the words, "she has a face to fall in love with," against Natalia Vodianova. But she looks awesome.
Little tweed jacket + basic black = classic French chic for Delphine Chaneac.
My criterion for GBU eligibility is that the subject be standing up. I think Marie Gillain qualifies.
It's probably deeply unfair to hold Charlotte Casiraghi to the sartorial standards of her grandmother, Grace Kelly, but I kinda do...
Karen Mulder is wearing perhaps the worst gown I have ever seen. That is all.
At first glance, I thought Johanna Preiss, the woman on the left, was me. (With Mlle Agnes) Despite the fact that I'm in Brooklyn and don't own gladiator sandals. It was early, but I'm not sure that's an excuse.