The Paris of Fashion Insiders ….by Carole Sabas
This book was on Vogue.com in the ‘Need it Now’ section. I do! I do!
Vogue writes ‘It all started when New York correspondent for French Vogue Carole Sabas heard Alexander Wang’s PR director, Leslie Rubisch, complain that there was nothing to eat in Paris except for “baguette jambon beurre,” the ubiquitous ham sandwich and had craved more vegetables. Soon thereafter, Sabas received an e-mail from another friend, producer Rachael Horovitz, asking exactly how to say “blow-dry” in French and where to find a good quick-fix Parisian salon. After fielding endless requests, from where to find fresh green juice to a last minute manicure, Sabas decided to put all the information in one handy, little source, a pocket-size guide. “I hope it’s efficient snobbery. Made in Paris by stylish, down-to-earth, don’t-fool-me fashion insiders,” says Sabas, of the list compiled with French Vogue’s beauty director, Frédérique Verley, and the help of ten friends, including Le Figaro’s Virginie Mouzat and stylist Christopher Niquet.
What are her suggestions for couture? “You should really try a good medical pedicure, get an appointment with an osteopath (two hours of alignment), and enjoy an afternoon at ( Aussie) David Mallett, to bring back home a cut à la Charlotte Gainsbourg.”
Rumor has it there’s a New York version in the works.’ Yes, please !
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