"You don't need to be French to have French style. You just need to know their secrets..."
French-Secrets explores the everyday elements of French life, attitude, style, food and the quotidian that brings an essential joie de vivre to life.
French women know that without ATTITUDE and ACCESSORIES there is no style.
1. Paris wrap worn on the grey side and tied in the center with blue highlights showing.
2. The same wrap worn on the blue side and tied slightly off center.
3. The same wrap worn on the grey side knotted and tied on the shoulder.
"So glad we could do the Interview…Your creativity, joy and spirit is so inspiring. Thank you for the wrap now I can be a woman of style and distinction. I will let you know when this will air it will most likely be in a couple months. You are just amazing. Thanks ever so much." - Anne Marie
"The coat was a stupendous hit ! Everyone loved it both the shaping and the color very elegant.You would be pleased!" - Lisa Manuele
"I want to take a minute to let you know how much I love my new Bordeaux Coat! I feel so elegant and comfortable wearing it. Thank you again!" - Arlene Vaquer
"I'm delighted with my purchase. I've already received compliments. This is a unique coat that makes me feel special and stylish!!" - Gindy W
"I love it." - Clare Ewing
"Heading into town for a few days, packed light, all finished off with my golden topper. I feel like a million." - Daly Reville
I’m obsessed with food lately. Rather than fight my obsession, I’m just going with it. Years ago I created what I call Le Kitchen Cookbook. I designed so I could easily find my essential recipes… Before le cookbook, friends and family would ask how I made those wonderful dinners. I’d remember the dishes but...
My memories of growing up in France included learning, when we sat down to dinner, what was expected—otherwise known as manners. Manners were not optional; my mother insisted that I know the rules that everyone lived by. She explained that life was so much easier when you understood what was expected of you; not knowing meant that you’d feel. . .