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Caroline Tillette is a true flair actress. Parisian from birth, she is a young French-Swiss actress. She took classes at Cours Florent. In 2009, she joined LAMDA (the London Academy of Music and Drama. She had a role in the Gainsbourg, vie héroïque directed by Joann Sfar. She truly represents The Parisian flair by acting in a movie based on notorious singer Serge Gainsbourg’s life  as well as playing Albertine Simonet in the television movie adaptation of the masterpiece by French writer Marcel Proust  “À la recherche du temps perdu”, “In search of lost time” directed by Nina Companeez. She embodies the real French woman: down to earth, sophisticated, smart and spontaneous. You will be charmed by her natural beauty and her deep blue eyes.

When you think about your first name Caroline what does it make you think of? My mom called me that way because it was a musical and happy name. Describe Parisian people in 3 words? Stressed, always in a hurry and moody Are you romantic? Yes. Where did you have your most impressive French kiss? On top of the moutain, la montagne Sainte-Geneviève. It was very late, and someone that I like decided to surprise me. The best gift you ever made? Moi Received? A Sonnet

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Your perfect French dinner? In company of my best friend Livia, a grilled lamb chop and roasted potatoes. Then for desert, a fondant au chocolat or a crème brûlée depending on my mood. What is your Madeleine de Proust? Les chouquettes – all my childhood.

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Last French movie you saw? “Tout feu, tout flamme” “All fired up” directed by Jean-paul Rappeneau with Yves Montand and Isabelle Adjani. Very funny! Favorite French movie?  “Children of paradise”/ “les enfants du paradis”.

Favorite French actor? Jean-Paul Belmondo. What is your favorite place in France? Marseilles for the weather, the Mont-blanc for the view, le Bristol for the tea, Bagatelle’s garden before a big audition to calm me down and give me luck. Your perfume? Petite Chérie de Annick Goutal

    Jean Gabin and Jean-Paul Belmondo: Un Singe En Hiver, 1962  Jean-Paul Belmondo, June 21, 1960

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Christmas Teddy is here …

  • 4 months ago
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Qui a dit que les nounours étaient uniquement pour les enfants? Commandez vos oursons Parisian Flair pour faire sourire vos êtres chers.     COMMANDEZ ICI  COMMANDEZ ICI 

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The living Tongue

  • 5 months ago
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I met with Caroline at her favorite coffee shop  Ten Belles in the 10th in Paris for this cool interview.  She has a great soul, dynamic and positive, I connected with this foodie in a heartbeat.   CHECK OUT HER INSTAGRAM How do you feel about Paris and Parisians in general?  I’m in love with Paris. I live there since 31 years […]

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Madrilenian Flair – Comida

  • 1 year ago
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Olé! Olé! Tengo Hambre!  Madrid is full of surprises. I am very lucky to speak Spanish and to be able to live the authentic experience while staying with my Madrilenian friends in the barrio of Malasaña. Almost every morning, I go to the groceries or market (mercado) to buy fresh products and we exchange our recipes […]

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Madrilenian Flair – el empezó

  • 1 year ago
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About two weeks ago now, I was so excited to meet with my Spanish friends. As soon as I landed, I took the subway and went straight to the Palentino (a famous authentic Bar) to have my Cerveza and share a Bocadillo (sandwich) with mi amigo.

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Yann Houri’s new vision: the complexity of Mankind

  • 1 year ago
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The paintings of Yann Houri focus on the complexity of the human subject and translate human emotions and time challenges into how we define ourselves in this mechanical and virtual age. The capture of each moment of life and each vibration is what human kind fails to admire in a contemporary lifestyle that pushes him […]

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Dancing in the light with Charlotte …

  • 2 years ago
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I was about to publish Charlotte’s interview, sitting in my usual Coffee Shop in Williamsburg, when I got inspired for a title “Dancing in the light …” The inspiration of the song “Dancing in the Dark”, which resonates with me. The oddest thing happened as I pressed the publish button. Bruce Springsteen started invading the entire coffee shop. […]

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Julia Van Hagen: A Worldwide Fashion Curator

  • 2 years ago
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“My look is a cocktail. I’m not as nicely turned out as the french, but I don’t care like the English. ” Jane Birkin  I met Julia through a close friend last week in N.Y.C. We connected immediately on our passion for promoting talents worldwide. She is strongly committed to finding the best fashion pieces […]

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Le Fooding: Celebrating 15 years of Culinary Revolution

  • 2 years ago
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The Faubourgs’ revenge You have never heard of « Le Fooding » before? It’s time to change & get to know more about this innovative, creative & inspiring French concept. Founded in 2000, in the faubourgs of gastronomic right-mindedness, Le Fooding has been promoting original & creative initiatives. To celebrate 15 years of culinary and cultural revolution, […]

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Cloé Bailly, a fearless talent

  • 2 years ago
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Cloé Bailly is a Director & a screenwriter. I met Cloé in Los Angeles more than a year ago during a Karaoké night in Korean Town. I never saw her work until last week when she posted her film for Sonia Rykiel. I then automatically thought she had to be interviewed for The Parisian Flair!

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Liné Jagot: when Art meets Fashion

  • 2 years ago
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The Parisian Flair fell in love with this wonderful French brand and her designer . I take a lot of pictures myself and never knew where to put my camera, until I discovered these cool handbags.  The founder/designer of these unique handbags & wallets is Victoria Couroussé. She is my favorite type of Parisian since […]

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