with Adenorah


Fashion lies at the very heart of Paris, with its wonderful light, allure, style and podiums. See the Seine through a whole new lens! Our blogger Adenorah hits the streets to bring you her selection of Maje essentials for Fashion Week, dazzling you with her style tips from this City of Light.


How would you describe your style? Classic and timeless, I love to wear high-waisted jeans and flowery dresses.

What are your wardrobe essentials that every woman should own? Vintage jeans, white t-shirt, blazer, then you can play with accesories and create different looks.

The fashion tips you want to share with us I really like to cut my jeans and let them live.

A fashion faux pas to avoid? Nude tights ! If you want to wear skirts or dresses in winter, it's black tights and that's all !

What is your all-time favourite piece of clothing? Vintage jeans.

The Top Fall 2016 Fashion trends to adopt? Velvet and old pink. A few years ago, I would never have worn pink, it is crazy what fashion can make us do.

What’s your favourite products from Maje FW16 collection ? I am really in love with the red cord trousers, PAVORY, I mixed it with the “Marinière” MONTAUBAN but you can wear it with a white tee for example

Paris: Do you have a place to recommend us? Paris during fashion week looks really different, it’s more question of show-off. I prefer to go to my usual places like Le Perchoir (pretty busy but in September you can enjoy sunset there), The Ober Mama an Italian restaurant for the place and the warm atmosphere, Les Bains Paris to end the night.

What would be your ideal weekend in this city? Warm summer weekend in august are just perfect, the city is empty and you can enjoy a glass of wine or a brunch on terraces. Then you can have a picnic with your friend in a park and finish with some vintage shopping around the Haut Marais.

Anne-Laure, you originally come from Biarritz, what do you like about Paris? I like the attitude of the Parisian girls, they are non chalant and casual but look terribly feminine.