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#femmejenniale le film

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Agnès, Manue, Jessie and Claudia In 1914, while the First World War was brewing, Jenny Sacerdote asked Eve lavallière to pose for the cover of Comoedia Illustré magazine. The dress she chose in one of her ultra fluid outfits, which … Read More

precisely tailored

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Back to tailor-made sewing … Since 2013, every year during the Haute Couture week, la fédération Français de la Couture Creation – Paris has been celebrating the know-how and excellence of its members through an annual event. A show is … Read More

a brand by women for women

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On stage or behind the scenes, busy women, working girls or housewives, famous anonymous or simple, humble and true women, active, actresses, poetesses or activists, partners, mothers, lovers, multi-job / multi-tasking and off-road women, committed, dedicated, engaged women, in the … Read More

Silk is Skin

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Why does silk limit the appearance of wrinkles? Silk is precious, strong, elastic and durable. Its natural fibres are soft to the touch, hypoallergenic and adjust to heat and cold, as well as being full of moisturising, nutritive and antioxidant benefits.   Who has … Read More

Would March 8th be everyday?

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A few days ago, on March 8th, we celebrated the International Women’s Day. But do you know the origin of this anniversary?   The International Women’s Day, called international day the rights of the women, is celebrated on March 8th. … Read More

Jeanne, the jennius woman…

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Jeanne Adèle Bernard was born on January 27, 1868 in Périgueux, Dordogne, of unknown father. Her mother Anne is a tailor, her grandmother Jeanne is a seamstress. Jeanne studies very carefully, and wishes to become a professor of French literature. … Read More