Fashion adventurer, style pioneer, Gayanée Pierre, Parisian stylist and personal shopper knows how to make our dressing shine! let's discover her precious tips in an exclusive interview here:
- Hello Gayanée, could you tell us more about you?
I'm Parisian, left bank definitely. I love my city so much and especially my neighborhood, the rue Daguerre with its shops and good ambiance. I like when things go fast, the culture, meet artistic people and selectiv shopping. I created my own fashion advices company a few years ago. I'm really lucky cause I can choose people I want to work with. My days are really busy and at night I'm happy to be with my lovely family.
- You are a stylist but also personal shopper, who are the people you work with and how do you help them?
The job that I do is kind of rare and new in France. I accompany individuals (teachers, business people, students, politics...) , celebrities (for promotion time ), companies (as an artistic director)and magazines (as fashion stylist for shootings).
Whoever my clients are, famous or not, the questions stay the same: Is my image a true picture of who I'm really inside and what I want ?
- How do you work with brands? fashion crush or long love stories with designers?
What I like in fashion is emotions. I'm passionated with arts. I 'm admirative of the french savoir faire and tenacity so I try to promote it. I 'm always looking for exclusive design and avant garde. I work also with famous french designers like Jean Paul Gaultier or Courrèges.
- A stylist takes holidays right? What do you bring in your suitcase?
A long dress with liberty prints that you can button up or down to show your tan legs and flat sandals because we all want some comfort for holidays. But keep it sexy and chic like models I found in the WHAT FOR collection: the shaft sandals or jewel strass sandals or also my favorite, the Noreen pastel sandals .
- What would be, in your opinion, the it piece for next autumn?
I don't know for the "hit" but in the haute couture fw17 fashion shows, I saw the little velvet strech boot-cut trouser, looks so nice to wear and perfectly fit. I would like to have it in Emerald green or wine colour, so trendy. This "london punk" trend is highly fashionnable and desirable.