Anne Berest is the author of two novels and a biography of
Francoise Sagan published this year; she also writes for
television, cinema, and theater.
Audrey Diwan became a scriptwriter after studying journalism and political science. She wrote the screenplay for Cedric Jimenez's La French, with Jean Dujardin, and is now directing her first feature film; she is also editor-at-large for the magazine Stylist.
Caroline de Maigret studied literature at the Sorbonne before moving to New York to model. She returned to Paris in 2006 to found her music label. De Maigret has been an ambassador for Chanel since 2012, and supports women worldwide through the NGO Care.
Sophie Mas was born and raised in Paris. After graduating from Sciences Po and HEC, she started her own film company and now works as a producer in Los Angeles, New York and Sao Paulo.
"Four whip-smart, successful French women poke fun at the
stereotypes of the "Parisienne" and give genuine beauty and
lifestyle tips, recipes, and fashion dos and don'ts . . . De
Maigret's photography and a witty, wise, often tongue-in-cheek
delivery puts the reader on a sure path to achieving the French
femme's je ne sais quoi."
"You don't have to be French to be a Parisian."
--Karl Lagerfeld "Very, very funny. While reading, I actually felt chicer, wittier and tres Parisienne. I was laughing out loud by the end."
--Plum Sykes, author of Bergdorf Blondes and The Debutante Divorcee