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Carla Bruni’s Effortlessly Chic Style

30/05/2018

 

Carla Bruni is a woman known for many things: she’s been a supermodel and she’s been the first lady of France. One of the top models of the 80’s and 90’s,  she has made a name for herself as a singer and actress as well.

Her perfect body and her natural elegance turn her into one of the 1990s most famous and sought-after supermodels.

She walked the runways of  fashion designers and campaigned for big fashion brands including Guess, Givenchy, Christian Dior, Chanel, Paco Rabanne, John Galliano, Versace and Yves Saint Laurent.

 

 

A former supermodel with over 250 magazine covers

 

 

 

Her passion is music; singing classic rock, country and jazz standards in English. She starred in a Woody Allen movie and continued her singing career. Carla released her first album, Quelqu’un m’a dit, in 2003 and has since released four others, selling more than three million worldwide.

 

 

The Italian-French multi talented Bruni married Nicolas Sarkozy, the President of France in February 2008 and within months had herself officially become political royalty. Throughout it all, however, one thing has remained constant: Bruni’s effortlessly chic style.

 

 

 

Her truly French Style

Let’s be real, when it comes to style, the French do it better and sure Carla do it better! French women have always defined style for the rest of the world. Even the word “style” is French! It’s a well-known fact that French women have chic style. Carla has her truly French  style and is famed for her feminine take on sleek minimalism.  Her style is simple, chic and minimalist: natural hair and very little makeup.We love her bang hair!

Her fashion choices were about cut, silhouette, and proportions. Carla Bruni was revered for her stylish coat dresses, power suits and pillbox hats. She also is flats lover!

Her fashion rule is: Cool and comfortable is most important. Also elegant, but mostly just comfy and relaxed.”

Let’s go through some of her best fashion moments:

 

 

 

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