And she's very funny in that film... +1 !
she is amazing in so many ways..need to get seeing that moviethanks for sharingx
she is so beautiful, natural and an inspiration!www.dragonnfruit.com
Like how she's style the converse in the last image.....babe!http://lilylovelock.blogspot.com/x
I love her at the Balenciaga parfume ad.http://mademoiselleclassy.blogspot.com/
I don't usually comment on your blog when I read you, but man, that is one cool chick. I loove the styling! Jayveestilodorito.com
Love it. The pants in the first photograph are awesome.Collections
I love her style and simplicity :)
I think she has that effortless chic thing going on only a small portion of franch woman can pull off.
I love her style and she's beautiful and chic with wathever she puts !! She's so natural and beautiful !! One of my favourite with Vanessa Paradis ... oxoxo
So understatedly elegant. She looks amazing always without looking like she tried too hard. Love her!http://theboudoirmemoirs.blogspot.com/
fabulous casual looks!Bises,monkeyshineshttp://monkeyshines-monkeyshines.blogspot.com/
i love the simplicity of her style and her minimal make up/ messy hair. i love fashions that are simple and wow is her look simple but i guess you have to have the right body and look for it x
She is so beautiful... ;)xoxo
oh interesting! charlotte and alain chabat were both in science of sleep with gael garcia bernal. kind of funny to see the relationships mixed up like that.
Herring bone printed trousers! in closet now!
She looks incredible in that first picture.
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She makes casual look so classy.
I love her simplicity !http://houseofspring.blogspot.com/
Love Charlotte Gainsburg!
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her legs are incred!!!STYLE DECORUM
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The beginnings of the habit in Europe of continual and increasingly rapid change in clothing styles can be fairly reliably dated to the middle of the 14th century, to which historians including James Laver and Fernand Braudel date the start of Western fashion in clothing.The 14th century was a period in which oil paintings for sale between the sexes was starting to come into effect. Some of the clothing has changed from garments held by string, to the upgrade of buttons. At this period one can see how the traditional style is slowing turning more oil painting. Many people during this time wore the big garments, and pointed shoes, but realized that they wanted more self-refined flattering tighter clothing. The most dramatic manifestation was a sudden drastic shortening and tightening of the male over-garment, from calf-length to barely covering the buttocks, sometimes accompanied with stuffing on the chest to look bigger. This created the distinctive Western male outline of a tailored top worn over leggings or trousers.