I have been keeping that « uniform » of mine for 10 years. You know the MSF T-shirt, the kaki pants and the Dr. Martens… I would move across continents and take them with me, […]
“Woke up this morning with a terrific urge to lie in bed all day and read. Fought against it for a minute. Then looked out the window at the rain. And gave over. Put myself […]
“I want to live in a world full of people who look into each other’s faces along the path of life and ask, Who are you, my friend, and how can we serve each other?” […]
Ikigai is a Japanese concept that means “a reason for being”, “the reason to live”, your raison d’être. In the culture of Okinawa, Ikigai is thought of as “your reason to wake up in the morning”, […]
“The moment we cry in a film is not when things are sad but when they turn out to be more beautiful than we expected them to be.” — Alain de Botton The Danish Girl […]
“Hello World! I am Louise. Dad likes to snuggle while I am having my milk coma.” – Louise, 8 days old. N.B.: Louise is my youngest model.
“I am not cold. I am British. I don’t need a scarf to go to school.” – Arthur, 5 years old. – Which reminds me this quote by Orson Wells: “Style is knowing who you […]
Mails from Celine have this quote in her signature: “Coming together is a beginning; keeping together is progress; working together is success.” – Henry Ford.
“Mum was very sad when Grandpa died. But she was also very happy to have me.” – Aaron, 4 years old.
“Mum named me after Jaya Bhaduri, the Indian actress. Because we live in France, she replaced my a by an e, so people could pronounce my name correctly.” – Jeya, 6 months old.