Madame Genevieve Antoine Dariaux spent most of her life in Paris, and now lives in the south of France. Even as a child she preferred to accompany her mother to the dressmaker's rather than go to the movies. Her talent for design and making costume jewelry led her to open her own fashion house, and her success eventually took her to Nina Ricci, where she was the directrice for many years.
This was a great book to read......I found myself reading it and couldn't put it down.
For any woman who has wondered how the french woman can be so elegant at all times, this book is truly a dream-come-true.
Could have been better if it contained more of the original information rather than revised edition.
This is a wonderful book for anyone wishing to dress tastefully and with class. The 1960s rules are interesting and fun to read. Read morePublished 9 days ago by PS
This is a great little hardback book - second time I've bought it over the years. It's information - some will think it's a bit old fashioned in parts but on the whole, the advice... Read morePublished 27 days ago by AK
My Granddaughter liked it but said it was a bit old fashioned!!Published 2 months ago by Deanne Phillips
This book goes with me everywhere. I simply love it. This is really for the woman in every situation. Excellent.
Seller and delivery time did not fail to meet expectation.
Too oudated. I got it for My niece but i think she will profit from maybe 20 percent.Published 5 months ago by Marco Polo