” I’ve always found that fashion is, first of all, mainly for yourself. So my two icons are, on one side, Little Edie from ‘Grey Gardens’ and, of course, like all my generation, I’m influenced by Kate Moss. “


” The silhouette is the most important thing in clothes. Every French girl knows that. High-waisted trousers give you long legs and a pretty bum which, after all, is what we all want. “


” I always loved singing, but I thought it was like drawing – just something you do in your own little corner to calm yourself down. But when my friend, the French songwriter Etienne Daho, listened to my songs, he was so moved that told me that I had to do a demo, share them with the world. “


” In a modern world where a majority of women say, ‘I don’t need you, I’ve got my money, I’ve got my stuff,’ I say, ‘I desperately need men.’ My whole album is a tribute to men. It takes a man in me to tell you that I’m on my knees for men. “


” The more you’re writing absolutely honestly, and absolutely bare of intention – even if it feels absolutely personal and small because it’s at your own scale – other people relate to it much more. “


” In England, you laugh at yourselves, in France, we laugh at others. “


” My mother is old-fashioned, she raised us like girls from a 19th-century book. My sisters and I are known for being the most polite girls in France. My mother wanted us to be like royalty: never ever will you be caught being rude, or superficial or being a star or whatever. “



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The silhouette is the most important thing in clothes. Every French girl knows that. High-waisted trousers give you long legs and a pretty bum which, after all, is what we all want.
I always loved singing, but I thought it was like drawing - just something you do in your own little corner to calm yourself down. But when my friend, the French songwriter Etienne Daho, listened to my songs, he was so moved that told me that I had to do a demo, share them with the world.
In a modern world where a majority of women say,
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In England, you laugh at yourselves, in France, we laugh at others.
My mother is old-fashioned, she raised us like girls from a 19th-century book. My sisters and I are known for being the most polite girls in France. My mother wanted us to be like royalty: never ever will you be caught being rude, or superficial or being a star or whatever.

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