French fashion: 6 clothing classics by French designers | “Parisian chic” | Justine Leconte

Some of the classic pieces of clothing we wear all around the world have been created by French designers. Those pieces were the result of the time and social circles they lived in. Gabrielle Chanel, René Lacoste, Christian Dior or Louis Réard are just a few of those designers that created timeless style.
How many of those did you know to be French? 🙂

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32 thoughts on “French fashion: 6 clothing classics by French designers | “Parisian chic” | Justine Leconte

  1. Bonjour justine, en fait le bikini ou "atome" son premier nom a ete cree par Jacques Heim qui le premier a invente le 2 piece bathing suit et il y a eu un esclandre car Reard a ensuite mis le bikini sur un mannequin. Grande dispute entre les 2 hommes et scandale de l'epoque. Jacques heim etait President de la Chambre Syndicale de la Haute Couture Francaise a l'epoque. merci

  2. Hi Justine! Regarding the little black dress, I think the reason it wasn't considered fashionable is that until not that long ago, black was considered the color of mourning and women would have to wear it for months at a time, sometimes even years. For that same reason, everyone would have had at least one, even if it was cheap, bad quality. 🤗

  3. I'm a well dressed English woman in my fifties. Love the French style but I dont agree with not mixing colours like black and brown etc. I love wearing black and tan for instance and black and dark blue. I enjoy your series very much, you speak just like a lovely French friend of mine who used to live here in the UK

  4. Justine, I'm thinking of investing when buying and I would like to ask if sezane (which I think is a french brand) is ok from material and fit point of view. Thank you so much !

  5. Wow! Lovely…
    You know, the shape of pencil skirt is widely used amongst tango dancers, as it is showing clearly the posture. It is easier for men to check if the women keep their hips in axe – very important for a comfortable dancing. 🙂 Maybe you can explore in your videos how dancing habits influence clothing and shoes, more?
    I've discovered you a few days ago and you still keep me interested.
    Now, I am even thinking if you would be interested in designing something for me, would you?

  6. Justine I just can’t. You make me fall in love with France and French culture and people. I’ve always thought French language is extremely hard to learn, but you inspire me to start learning!

  7. I discovered this lady yesterday and she is fantastic. Although, it is important to note the. younger generation in France have abandoned the classic French etiquette on cuisine, fashion, hairstyling etc.

  8. How can i find european designers like you are? I live in europe and i like better our products, would be nice to support them by buying their products also.
    Also, what do you think about websites like asos and zalando which in theory do promote designers also? Which are your favourite designers?

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