One of my favorite stylists, Marie-Amélie Sauvé, talks about her career in the new Self Service. Unfortunately, issue #40, which marks the magazine’s twentieth anniversary, went to press before Marie-Amélie announced her new position at Louis Vuitton working with her dear friend, Nicolas Ghesquière. However, in the interview, she does talk about their friendship and 13 year collaboration at Balenciaga. Marie-Amélie’s first job was at Vogue Paris and she tells the story of her mother getting her an internship at the magazine during the couture shows when she was 19.
But what I love most, are these images of the very fit, makeup-less, très French, chicest of chic fashion stylist.
Photography by Tung Walsh
One-shoulder crepe top
A-line linen mini skirt
Hammock small leather and raffia tote
Le Cuffed mid-rise stretch-cotton shorts
Poplin midi dress
The City Knot shoulder bag
Belted voile midi dress
Rockstud Spike quilted-suede bag
Woven silk trench coat
Linen and cotton-blend-dress
Jungle of Delight gown
Two-tone shoulder bag