x Graf Paris

Here it is!! Finally I am so happy to share with you my latest collaboration with Graf Paris. François-Joseph Graf is a fervent defender of french craftsmanship, which he has used with exemplary loyalty in each of his activities for over thirty years. Graf’s idea of pure luxury: an original, unique creation, made with time and experience by a craftsman with a wealth of know-how, pure technique and talented skills. The imprint that this leaves behind turns an exemplary object into an outstanding luxury, unlike any other. That’s probably what I like the most about Graf’s concept, the fact that each creation is completely unique. I had the most perfect day on their charming salon Avenue Montaigne. Special thanks to Catherine Jacuzzi and all the Graf team for their warm welcome, and of course Julian!! Everything was so interesting and professional and I’m so glad that I had the chance to enter the world of Graf. It was so fun playing with the different handbags and accessories, especially during summer when you are in the mood to try something new! We created few different looks. Which one you like the most?

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I was wearing:

Zara Dress

Graf Handbags

Louboutin 14cm

An Adventure Through Bali

Hello from sunny Paris! I just come back yesterday from Bali after two weeks of adventures. I have to say that it has been super intense and unfortunately I didn’t have much time to write anything from there. Yet, I’m back with useful tips and a cool Top 5 of the best things to do in Bali. 

1. Enjoy a gorgeous sunset from the Uluwatu Temple (Water Temple)

My favorite evening lookout spots is this cliff-side temple called Uluwatu Temple or also Water Temple. The view from there is simply incredible. Besides the nature is beautiful, preserved and wild. A must do! (don’t miss an evening kecak dance there for a traditional experience)IMG_1176IMG_1145

2. Meeting with Ketut Liyer from Eat Pray and Love

This was something I wanted to do since a long time. When I first came in Bali five years ago I didn’t have the opportunity to meet him. Indeed, who is Ketut Liyer? For those of you who don’t know him, he’s a 9th generation healer in Bali who was featured in the movie Eat Pray and Love with Julia Roberts. He is approximately 100 years old. Many people don’t know that he was already well known before both popular book and movie. When we arrived at his house, I saw his son who is now doing the consultations since Ketut can’t anymore, he is sick from Alzheimer. Yet, I was able to talk to him for several minutes. Definitely something to do if you want a beautiful human experience, either it’s with Ketut or another balinese healer!


3. Down to Earth, Vegetarian Restaurant 

It’s sometimes a real challenge to eat good and healthy food as you travel, specially if like me you have a strict diet and can’t eat everything. As a vegetarian I was so happy to find this place and I really recommend it to all the vegetarians out here! The food is just delicious, organic and healthy. The atmosphere is also great. Absolutely necessary!


4. Trip along the river

If you want something beyond the beaten track, this expedition is for you. The place is not even indicated in any maps since it’s a secret location far from everything. No tourists at all and the promise of a total and unique immersion.

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5. And last but not least, the Bali Tower!

An oasis of peace in the middle of the West Bali National Park. It’s not rare to meet various animals like deers, monkeys… Perfect for an eco-retreat! Coral cliffs and marine life will help you understand why this part of Bali is mythical, this is ocean-life at its absolute best.

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The secret world of Serge Gainsbourg

I am going to share with you guys, one of my favorite place in Paris, Serge Gainsbourg’s house.

Serge Gainsbourg was an icon, one of France’s most talented and famous singer/songwriter, also known for being the lover of Jane Birkin and Brigitte Bardot.

The facade of his house is a vibrant street art homage and graffiti hot spot that constantly changes. I love to come there because this place has a particular poetic soul and atmosphere that can’t left you indifferent.

This look was inspired by the enigmatic Serge Gainsbourg. I was wearing a black and white outfit with ripped jeans and Zizi Richelieu’s shoes by Repetto, the signature item of Gainsbourg’s style. He was always wearing them and said they were a must-have: “Repetto a perpet’ !” (“Repetto Forever!”). Indeed, these dancers shoes were the only shoes he could possibly wear.

What I like the most about these shoes is that you can wear them without socks in summer and winter, besides they are extremely comfortable.

If you are in Paris, pay a little visit to this atypical place located 5 Rue de Verneuil.


I was wearing:

Zara Jeans & Jacket

Vanessa Bruno Black Top

Repetto Zizi in white

Céline handbag

J’aime Paris au mois de mai

Yesterday was such a big, busy, well spent day. Currently working on a new video coming soon, stay tuned! Here are some photos from Pont Alexandre III, Le Louvre to les Tuileries and many of my favorite places in Paris.

I still can’t believe how awkward the weather was in Paris yesterday. Yet, the sun was shining and I was so happy to be there with my friends and it made our day even more fun with many adventures. My favorite thing to do in Paris is to walk and discover secret locations, I can seriously spend the whole day doing this! I can’t describe how much I like my city. To me, one of its best parts is looking for inspiration from what local people are wearing and how they give this elegant and fascinating aspect to their looks. I really wanted this «Parisian energy» to be transmitted into my outfit.

Here I just combined simple classic pieces with original items to make it more singular.
I like the idea of mixing classic pieces with modern items. A nice pair of black jean, goes with everything for example, it’s a basic don’t you think?

I wanted to create a stylish yet simple look that can be wearable for any occasion, at school, work, or even for a date. I like black combined with this neutral shade, chestnut color, to brighten up the entire outfit. What I appreciate about this look is its simplicity yet fashionable vibe. I was also wearing Stuart Weitzman Highland Boots, that have been my recent favorite. The fit, cut and color of these boots are perfect for any seasons. I literally walked all the day in them and they were so comfortable. What I love about them is their refined classic design compared to other over the knee boots which might be more vulgar and tasteless. The right pair of shows never fails to make you feel the best version of you, whether you want to play it casual or dress them up a little bit and that’s why I like these boots so much, they are so convenient and easy to wear!

This is how I would show a casual and urbane clothing in my everyday life. What about you? How do you reveal your inner Parisian?










I was wearing:

Sandro Shirt

The Kooples Jacket

Top Shop Jeans

Stuart Weitzman Highland Boots

Céline Handbag

Dior So Real Sunglasses

and my personal jewelry

Pictures by my dear friend Julian Zhang.

The Modern Parisienne

If we should describe The Parisienne style it would definitely be “less is more”.

Indeed, the essence of Parisian women’s look is their simplicity. The Parisienne always looks effortlessly feminine and chic, so as to give the impression that she woke up like this (and we can hate her for that) yet it doesn’t mean that the look has not been studied and thought through. Get the basic elements, and no need for much more superfluous artifice here!

French people have the reputation for wearing a lot of black (which is probably true) but it’s not because we are not happy, at the contrary! Black is representing the color of elegance and sophistication, of endless nights in the City of Lights…

To make this all black style more special, I paired it with a long pearl necklace and pearl ring, big red earrings that really pops and a navy blue hat. This look was inspired by my personal vision of the Modern Parisienne. 


I was wearing:

Sandro Jacket

Wolford Tights

Zara Hat & Skirt

Les Petites Shirt

Louboutin Simple Pump Vernis 100mm

Chanel Boy Bag

Credits of the pictures to my talented friend Julian Zhang.

Bonjour tout le monde! Hi everyone!

Here we are! I finally decide to create my own first independent blog driven by needs of communication and personalization. After years spent on Instagram and other different social networks I felt like I had to move on and create a new space. This blog is going to be about things that characterize my parisian life: fashion, photography, travel, health and lifestyle. I want to create a meaningful and interesting content, and hope that this step forward will involve you even more!

Credits to Matthew Erickson Photography.