melanie & clemence

French actresses Mélanie Laurent (Jenny Humphrey in 10 years?) and Clémence Poésy go for the artfully disheveled look, mixing light and dark shades at the Natalia Vodianova for Etam show and Chanel SS10 Couture show respectively.

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6 responses to “melanie & clemence

  1. peekaaboo

    OMG!
    What a surprise.Thanks Sarah for the picture of Melanie Laurent!She’s a friend and former schoolmate of mine.She’s adorable,talented and a really really nice person.Her Dad’s a respected actor too and does voiceovers for the French version of The Simpsons.
    We’re all so happy for her success especially in Inglorious Basterds.

  2. donald bainbridge

    clemence poésy is a very lovely lady and is very talented. her work on the harry potter tomes, chanel, and as a high fashion model. i love and respect her immensely!

  3. sarahdanslenoir

    Hey Donald and Jeanne!

    These ladies are both fantastic – admire them both greatly for their style and grace!

    Jeanne, you gotta start a blog with your serious hookups, first Elodie Bouchez, now Melanie Laurent!! Really liked her a lot in Inglorious Basterds, have any other good recs of her films?

    xo Sarah

  4. peekaaboo

    LOL Total coincidence Sarah!
    That’s about it for me & celebs LOL!
    Melanie’s done a lot of films in French so far but I’d recommend ‘Paris’, ‘Le Dernier Jour’ with Gaspard Ulliel and a film NOT TO BE MISSED called ‘Le Concert’ its fabulous and get your kleenex ready as it builds up to a poignant moment.Mel is totally fabulous in it.
    I think she’s just finished a film with Ewan MacGregor but forgot the name of it.

    P.S.
    I’ll leave the blogging to fabulous,patient and talented people like you Sarah.

  5. Clémence is my absolute favourite, she’s my muse. I think she always looks remarkable 🙂

  6. sarahdanslenoir

    Welcome Victoria! Thanks for commenting! Your blog is lovely, will be reading through it some more.

    And Jeanne, as always, thanks for the too kind words. I’ll have to check out more of Melanie’s work!

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