Deeply embedded into any francophile's subconscious, Catherine Deneuve's bevy of bow-tied bouffants in 1964 Jacques Demy musical film The Umbrellas of Cherbourg are an enduring reference above the neck.
If there’s one thing that the Cannes Film Festival thrives on, it’s glamour. Since its inception in 1939, the annual event held on the French Riviera has been a playground for Hollywood’s most illustrious
For over 70 years, the Cannes Film Festival has been a breeding ground for glamour of the most classic variety, be it cooly casual or dressed to the nines. Embodying the former, Alessandra Ambrosio stepped
For more than half a century, cinephiles and silver-screen darlings have flocked to the Cannes Film Festival, which debuts the biggest and most boundary-pushing new films of note. Wardrobe choices have
Theatrical releases in France are always on Wednesdays. The Box Office charts in this country are therefore always the weekly calculations of audience entries from Wednesday to the following Tuesday. is
When I was at university, I lived down the hall from a girl who, no matter what, would apply a full face of makeup prior to doing anything. Breakfast study group before an exam? Expect a feline flick liquid
If one attribute has come to epitomize the oft-romanticized French Girl’s beauty, it’s her laissez-faire lengths: always tousled, never freshly washed. The secret weapon at her side, we’ve been told? shampoo,
Film show: 'Farewell to the Night', 'Victor and Célia', 'The Mercy of the Jungle' Date created : 24/04/2019 - 15:04 André Téchiné’s 26th feature film tackles a timely issue, as Catherine Deneuve plays