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Let us rejoice that a French myth holds together on its base. There was, in fall 2010, the book devoted to him Ines de la Fressange (La Parisienne. Flammarion). There are currently, and until April 26, the wardrobe and the apartment staged by the Galeries Lafayette, which pay homage to him. Officials and they choose to. be an ambassador for the event? Ines de la Fressange, of course! With it, they make two things at once: she knows about it and she epitomizes. I watched (the madness), heard (much), read (a little). And I thought that Paris and elegant man (. . . . Chipons him his chic - that indefinable something that you notice and want - "a matter of mind and of rather than look. talking nonsense with her girlfriends, "says our icon. Essentiel, lightness: it is my center of gravity. The burden is not the depth. The lightness is not. old "- is still talking Ines. So simple that nobody thinks . . . except our Paris and elegant man!. satisfied - "the teak furniture in the garden with large white umbrellas (. . . ), then the huge 4x4 that is not the mountain (. . . ), the trappings of the social environment such as. beige shorts for men with the boat shoes. "Well done, Ines! The elegant man has made his own scale of values ??going from not liking the taste through the. bad taste, the little taste and good taste. He can waive the codes: since he knows he does not deviate to taste. arriving in Paris, I was struck by the effortless chic of urban, compared to the look worked for the British and Americans. "He added:" The Parisian sounds. naturally charming, bubbly, even if it was a blow-dry for hours to give the impression of just getting out of bed and was cleverly disguised in a statement. "Nude". "The is the worst natural poses, said about Oscar Wilde. And installation is the best way to look natural. Great artists are well behaved: they do. never have a work without taking care to wipe the sweat. Dancing looks easy when the dancer named Fred Astaire. Yet, how many hours of hard work is paying this. miracle? A fight hard. Similarly, its elegance was it the result of an art. Patient, stubborn. Fred Astaire? A Parisian, of course!. sense of proportion is actually very traditional. The audacity for audacity, it is not his thing: too easy! As elegant man, who knows how to move in any codes. world, "says Ines de la Fressange. Copy is the best - that has to choose a model - the promise of being well dressed. The elegant man, he ends up not to imitate anyone -. if not himself. Because he found his style. "You have to be someone to look someone" I like the maxim of Beethoven. Without personality, period. elegance. Michael Alden talks about his side of "elegant presence" (cf. For The Discerning few): the formula is happy. . . .