Ines de la Fressange Style Thread.....

  1. The mother and daughter in RV shoes ~ adorable!
  2. Ines is also one of my fashion favorites. I love the fact that she is an older (Like me) who can really rock her style. Oh, and those long legs!! The girl has it going on!
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  4. This is :heart:

  5. She has that certain "something", doesn't she? Never contrived, always classy and très, très chic.

    I've adored her for a long time. Slender figure, long limbs... she can carry any look and seems genuinely charming.
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    Pulled from Chanel forum, so Ines' jacket or outfit must be Chanel. Shoes look to be RV chips.
  7. Front Row at Chanel
    Photo by Stephane Feugere
  8. ^^^ LOVE Ines, she's THE Parisienne IMO, the epitome of chic!!!
  9. This woman can do no wrong IMO. I still have a riding jacket from her past clothing line. Everything she did was classic and stunning.
  10. This woman has French chic just oozing out of her pores.
    Amazing! Stunning!
  11. Fab! Anyone knows about the cardigan?
  12. Anything she wears looks amazing. She could wear a paper bag and make it look great!
  13. Indeed. I would love the cardigan in my wardrobe.
  14. :heart::heart::heart:
  15. October 29, 2013
    Uniqlo, Inès de la Fressange in Collaboration

    WWD Issue 10/30/2013

    Uniqlo is collaborating with French style icon Inès de la Fressange on a capsule collection due to go on sale in early 2014, WWD has learned.

    An announcement is expected Wednesday.

    The collaboration would be the first step in relaunching the ready-to-wear division of her brand, following its purchase earlier this year by a group of private investors, in association with French venture capital and private equity firm Calao Finance and Dubai-based The Luxury Fund.

    De la Fressange enjoys strong recognition worldwide as the brand ambassador for Roger Vivier and a face of L’Oréal Paris. She has also penned a best-selling style guide, “La Parisienne,” which is expected to provide the template for her future fashion efforts.

    Fabrice Boé, chief executive officer of Inès de la Fressange, confirmed an unspecified announcement regarding the brand was due to be made today, but he declined to provide any additional information.

    De la Fressange, who is creative director at large for the brand, said last month the company was looking for an rtw licensee and had appointed Fleur Demery, who previously worked with Vincent Darré, as head of design.

    Inès de la Fressange has active licenses for shoes, eyewear, scarves, jewelry, home wares and stationery, which are mainly distributed in France. It is understood the Uniqlo collaboration will be separate from any future rtw licensing deal.

    Uniqlo is no stranger to collaborations, having created lines with designers and brands including Jil Sander, Celia Birtwell, Laura Ashley, Orla Kiely, Suno and Lulu Guinness, in addition to personalities such as Novak Djokovic.