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Ines de la Fressange and Karl Lagerfeld, 1980s

Ines de la Fressange and Karl Lagerfeld, 1980s

Ines de la Fressange is seen by many as the ideal French woman because she confidently flaunts her personality, character, good and bad habits, and rule-breaking fashion, which some see as THE rules of French fashion.

Ines de la Fressange was the first model to sign an exclusive modeling contract with Chanel Haute Couture in the 1980s. Measuring almost 6 feet tall and, at the time, weighing in around 110 lbs, her frame was perfect for showcasing Chanel's collections. 

She left Chanel in 1989 because Lagerfeld felt Marianne, the symbol of the French Republic-who she portrayed for the French postage stamp-was the embodiment of "everything that is boring, bourgeois, and provincial." The two reconciled in 2011, when she walked the Chanel runway with Lagerfeld. 

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Since then, she has written several best selling books, including “How to Become a Real Parisian,” “The Parisian Woman’s Guide to Style” and “All You Need to Be Impossibly French.” She published Parisian Chic: A Style Guide in 2011, with ten of her own fashion rules, which include changing your perfume every 10 years, pairing rock ' n roll t-shirts (untucked) with pearls, and wearing pencil skirts with ballet flats. She has worked as a fashion consultant, continues to model, and persists as an enduring French icon.