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Paris Street Style: A Guide to Effortless Chic (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 1. März 2013

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Isabelle Thomas is a personal coach, stylist, and journalist. She writes the blog Mode personnelle. Frederique Veyssetis a fashion photographer who contributes to Allure, Vanity Fair, Glamour, and more. She writes the urban fashion blog fredisblog.

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Das Buch zeichnet sich durch sein liebevolles Design aus. Die Bilder spiegeln die Pariser Straßen wundervoll wieder.
Die Interviews mit den Modekennern leben von den kleinen Tipps.
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There is nothing really new or different here... Disappointed really.... Would not recommend... Happy to sell it if someone wants it!
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HASH(0x939561bc) von 5 Sternen Overall pretty interesting read 29. März 2013
Von Elena - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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The first part of the books consists of interviews with the designers, trendsetters, art directors and others, mixed in with paragraphs on each classic item, such as trench coat, white shirt, pea coat, tropeziennes, etc.
That was for the first 6 chapters. For me it has gotten interesting around chapter 7 - most trends are broken down how to use them and how not to use them: leggins, capri pants, skinny pants, bermuda shorts,animal prints, cowboy boots, long skirts.

Followed by another wonderful chapter on denim: goes into details on how should each jean style fit, talks about skinny jean, boy jean, flared, white jean and more. Chapter 9 is on handbags, chapter 10 - little black dress. Found nothing new there.

Loved chapters 11 and 12 on what to wear and not to wear with clear explanations on why or why not, for example not wearing wide pants cut too short and quilted jackets, while pearl necklace or a navy blue blazer is always a go to. Chapter 12 talks about what can you borrow from grandmother's closet, nieces closet or work locker, safely, without damage you your style or reputation. For example borrowing a nice 60s coat from your grandma, a waistcoat from your boyfriend, denim skirt from your niece, from the professional's locker - riding, boots, tango dancer's pumps and my personal favorite - an army jacket.

Two last chapters, 13 and 14 talk about secondhand clothes and age appropriate trends.

Personally I'd buy the book for chapters 7,8, 11 and 12. Overall it was an interesting read.
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HASH(0x93956408) von 5 Sternen Look deeper into this book and find the French values of fashion 13. April 2013
Von JRDallas - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I read this book last night cover to cover. At first flip, I was almost disappointed by so many photos of very in-fashion, super-skinny 20-somethings in Balenciaga that I almost didn't bother. As trendy as the girls appear, the book would have no more value than a magazine because of how fast fashion moves today. The real value to me ended up being the interviews (which in most fashion books, I skip because they are full of the nonsense designers for very in-fashion, super-skinny 20-somethings like to say such as "it's all about confidence"; there are self-help books for that). While there is some of that "fluff", most of the young, striving French designers interviewed had relevant advice, strong opinions about the mass-driven market, and even surprising perspectives (one actually advocated VPLs). So, after all, I ended up really devouring the book and learning something new.

Then, on really studying the photos, there were indeed less expensive items thrown in on top of the Celine, Hermes, and Balenciaga, and even a few women older than 30 (I am 32.) You also start to see some the personal items that set apart the French uniform. This book is very French (as you would expect from the title), and for all the talk about French women being relentlessly unique, Americans who favor risk-taking in dress will first notice the conformity under all the one-of-a-kind accessories. The French favor that form of fashion-schizophrenia that New Yorkers do, just with fewer colors (the same formula that dictates floral dresses must have biker boots, etc., as rigidly codified as anything from the 1950s), but this book will help you make that formula look good instead of just plain crazy. It will encourage you to take a new look at formerly old and "out" clothes that you have in your closet which may be just the things you need to really set yourself apart. I almost wish it had included a beauty section, too, but except for the more mature model/designers featured, the younger women are all interchangeable in hair and makeup.

Perhaps I sound too critical, but actually I mean it as a compliment. The reason I am even taking the time to write a review (my first) is that this book deserves praise for daring to attempt something sorely missing from most fashion literature: originality, depth, and definition. It does bring a different perspective to this country from overseas, and interviews from fresh designers who are not yet Karl Lagerfeld will interest those still seeking creativity in dress. Overall, I will enjoy it more the more times I read it!
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HASH(0x939563cc) von 5 Sternen A great read; highly recommended, if you like to read about fashion. 15. Mai 2013
Von kristian - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I love fashion/styling books in general, but let's be real here. A lot of those say the same sort of thing. This book is something a little different. It is articulate, intelligent and gives something new to the discussion about fashion (and about "french woman" something Americans at least seem to love reading about. I daresay French Women are as versatile as any other countries' women so these generalizations may annoy some, but that's really a minor issue.)

Physically, the book is gorgeous, well laid-out and has beautiful photos. It divides out to talk about several different topics. Some you've heard talked of before -for example there's a chapter on the LBD- and some are perhaps more new topics- what you can "steal" from other's closets. Even the topics that are common in other style books still add something new to that topic though. My favorite part of the book though was between these chapters or topics there are interviews with individuals somehow connected with the French Fashion and Style industry. Some of them include: independent/small label designers, magazine editors, small boutique owners, perfume makers and make-up designers among many more. These people are articulate and thoughtful in their answers and the questions were well chosen.

A few last notes about what I liked about the book- the vocabulary used is larger and the reading level higher than in many style books. It is not Shakespeare, but it expects that you are an intelligent person yourself. It also- despite the ideas coming from so many different people (see my note about the interviews), a very cohesive vision of what clothes do and how to wear them emerges. Get quality clothing. Take care of it. No need to be perfect; the imperfection is the je ne sais quai that makes the "French" style so admired.

It should be noted that this isn't a how-to book or instructional. It reads to me as if the tips are for people who already feel comfortable in their own skin, for the most part, and are instead looking to refine a style.

A great read; highly recommended.
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HASH(0x939566c0) von 5 Sternen Inconsistent & Elementary 16. August 2013
Von MMdesigner - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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As others have mentioned, this book contradicts itself. It is super-annoying to be told NEVER wear black tights, and then have several photos of chic women in black tights on the opposite page and other pages. The book is a bit schizophrenic - I believe it's the two voices of the authors. It was obviously pulled together quickly and the two authors never worked together for a consistent message. On the plus side...the cover is adorable, photos are inspirational, interviews are interesting, and "our favorite places to go in Paris" looks good. If I were in my teens, just learning about fashion, I might have liked this book more. But I feel I have too much fashion knowledge to enjoy it. I will probably take notes from the last chapter ("...favorite places...") and sell this book on Amazon because it's just not worth the shelf-space. 3 stars for the photos, interviews and address book.
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HASH(0x93956720) von 5 Sternen An insult to truly stylish (French)women dead and alive. 2. Juli 2014
Von mocitygirl - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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This book was such a waste of time and money that instead of donating it anywhere, I threw it away. A good number of the interviewees are not in the fashion industry at all (e.g., musicians) but apparently people whom the authors consider hip and admirable. The book seems full of personal peeves and arbitrary opinions rather than any sound fashion sense, such as the only acceptable thong style of shoe being the "Tropezienne" - a boring flat,thin-leather soled sandal. There are several mentions of the "slutty mini skirt" (a major no-no), yet one of their fashion "icons" is pictured sporting a painful-looking camel toe, in ridiculously tight cutoff jean shorts. Predictably, Coco Chanel and Catherine Deneuve (but not Anouk Aimee or Fanny Ardent) are two examples of "classic" French style presented (as well as "la Bardot") but bizarrely, Kate Moss seems to have been adopted as the "It" Girl of the authors' ultimate in style, although she isn't French. I personally find Kate Moss rather homely and cannot believe that she is held to be more stylish than Frenchwomen such as Emmanuelle Beart, Marion Cotilliard, Juliette Binoche, Sophie Marceau, or Isabelle Adjani. The book makes it sound like Ines de la Fresange was the last stylish woman to come out of France - although Audrey Tatou gets a mention. From the photos it appears that the pinnacle of style is to combine the most unexpected and mis-matched styles of clothing possible and call it high fashion. It isn't even truly "street" style, or what everyday hip French people are wearing, just a collection of very expensive (i.e. "designer") grunge. Boring and uninformative. Anyone could dress themselves better at Goodwill.
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