French elegance

« Be simple, but with art. ».  This adage of Boileau in the 17th century still applies today.  It sums up what we mean by « French elegance. »

Actually, elegance is the first form of self-expression. The best way to project your personality, your experience, and your savoir-faire.

Elegance is a remarkably effective communication tool.  Intuitively each of us makes an impression of another person, even before being introduced, before exchanging a single word.

Elegance is a means of communication; nothing in our appearance should be overlooked.

The first impression is the one that counts, and the one that lingers.  It is very difficult to change a first impression.

Marie de Tilly

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