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Sunday
Mar252012

Guest Blogger: Leila Chandelier on a PRICELESS style inspiration

Set in luxe hotels in the South of France from Nice to Biarritz, Priceless is the tale of Irène (Audrey Tautou) a young, chic and beautiful femme fatale and her cute side-kick Jean (Gad Elmaleh). Together they unashamedly pursue older wealthy types in order to support their extravagant, flamboyant and tres materialistic lifestyles. It’s a cute movie with a big dollop of ‘cheesy’, just how we FFF-like it!

Not that I care that much for the storyline. I am here soley for French elegance at its absolute best. The exquisite Audrey Tautou’s smouldering beauty and graceful body are swathed in a wardrobe so extraordinary this fashionista was dumb struck with delirium! Dangerously risqué dresses, beautiful shoes and breathtaking jewels by fashion houses including Chanel, Louis Vuitton, Azzaro Couture and Manolo Blahnik are served up with a side dish of serious red lip and perfectly undone hair.

When you are not gobsmacked by her gamine beauty, you are inhaling the perfectly styled ensembles which feature simple and stunning details like a sparkling pewter belt cinching in a lavender-toned knit and an elegantly looped plaited gold rope shoulder strap. Priceless, and Audrey, is absolute eye candy for the salivating fashionista.

Michael Kors white bikini, Jimmy Choo mirror sandals, Oak draped dress, Delfina Deletrez DNA bracelet, Lanvin dress, Piers Atkinson orchid, Giuseppe Zanotti clutch, Fernando Jorge 18ct yellow gold & diamond earrings

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