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A Street Style With Anne-Victoire Lefevre

3 years ago by

Describe your style in 3 words.
Simple, effortless, casual.

What are you wearing in this image and how does it reflect your personal style?
I’m wearing a trouser from Paloma Wool, boots from Michel Vivien, a sweater from Molli, and a coat from Nanushka. My bag is from laContrie. It’s a great material with simple lines, and it’s warm because it’s so cold right now! And I’m also obsessed with colors: a total look with the same color, or colors combos like navy and brown/ burgundy.

How has your style evolved with you over time?
My style has definitely evolved with time. Before, I was always in skirts or dresses, I loved when everything was really tight. Now, I prefer large trousers and turtlenecks. I mix the forms and play with a detail or different materials.

How does the city where you live, in addition to your cultural heritage/ identity, influence your personal style?
Parisian girls are now working and then going out in the same outfit. That’s why I wear little and comfortable heels. I love to layer clothes so I just have to remove a sweater and have a fancy top under it.

What are some of your favorite brands right now?
Michel Vivien for the shoes, Paloma Wool, Maison Cleo, Dries Van Noten, Lemaire, Jil Sander…

What is most important to you: comfort, beauty, or innovation?
Comfort of course! You’ll look stupid if you wear an amazing look, but don’t feel comfortable! For shoes, don’t wear big heels if you can’t walk with them.

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Anne-Victoire Lefevre is the Commercial Director at Michel Vivien, a super chic shoe brand! She is 31 years old and has always lived in Paris. You might remember her from this beauty minute. Follow along with her on Instagram, here!

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