Hello fashionistas!

Hi everyone. My name’s Stephanie.

I am French and I have been in UK for a year. I have been working in fashion and cosmetics industry for a couple of years now, working for 2 very big names of the industry L’Oreal and LVMH (which stands for Louis Vuitton Moet Hennessy).

Personality wise, I am ambitious, funny (French funny), organised, and passionate about fragrances and fashion trend forecasting. I have a good knowledge of 20th Century Fashion History and excellent knowledge of fabrics, trims and garment.

I love travelling, learning about others cultures, good food, good wine, partying, dancing, music, opera, ballets, cinema, theatre and so on. But what I love above all is fashion and I am currently learning to sew my own clothes. But I also collect bottles of fragrances (I have about 150 bottles!!!)

My guilty pleasure is luxury goods. Don’t give me wrong, I hate ostensible luxury goods (goods with big logos or any other to-much-visible sign). I do believe that these kinds of brands are only considered luxury based on cost, marketing campaigns, especially envied by childish daddies’ daughters. I find it very vulgar especially in this economical atmosphere. I leave this kind of item for the “new rich” people who love to expose their wealth and money. I do admire discretion, trendiness, subtleness and elegance of brands like Hermes, Cartier, Jean Paul Gauthier or Antonio Berardi, Elie Saab to name a few. Their products are defined by quality, very big attention to the details and meticulousness workmanship.

However, it’s not because you’re rich that you look more chic and luxurious than anyone and one of my preferred quote (from Chanel) clearly demonstrate that: « Le luxe, ce n’est pas le contraire de la pauvreté mais celui de la vulgarité. » Translation: “Luxury, it is not the opposite of poverty but that of vulgarity” Coco Chanel

About frenchychic

Born and raised in Paris, I am a Marketing and Sales professional. And now, I am a blogger! I used to be Australian, German and French (Parisian) and now a Londoner lady since February 2010. I love everything about France: the food, the wine, the fragrances, the designers, the music and our attitude, energy & character. My blog is not all about cosmetics nor fashion, is about what is happening in the world in a French perspective: how do we think? What do we think? Why do we thing like this? And what do we French think about YOU strangers from all over the world! It was my passion for arts, culture, international events & news, fashion that drove me into creating La French Attitude and I love every minute of it and I hope you too! Enjoy! Sté xxx

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