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ANA GIRARDOT

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ANA GIRARDOT, ACTRESS - Photo: Sandra Semburg

 

  • 1 - Hello Ana, what are your plans for the start of the school year?

    At the start of the school year, I will be playing "Knock" by Loraine Levy with Omar Sy. I'm also releasing a capsule collection with the brand "Pablo" inspired by the character of an artist. I loved working on this project as I prepare my movie characters. I project myself into my characters and visualize a perfect wardrobe for them. Clothing is very important for asserting oneself and setting off in the world. It's a way of expressing ourselves that perfectly illustrates our personality.

  • 2 - You created the Ana G bag brand, why did you have this desire and what was your trigger to get started?

    I've always wanted to create bags. I am passionate about these accessories that I consider to be life companions, but also fashion objects that I have always cherished and collected. During a trip to Hong Kong I discovered a small workshop where I made my first tote. And then I made two for friends and then I continued. I make small collections according to my inspirations and the trips I can take. I would like more and more to associate with local artisans who inspire me.

  • 3- Who is your fashion icon and why?

    Katherine Hepburn

    Lauren Bacall

    Lauren hutton

    Charlotte Rampling

    Each have, in their style, able to combine with elegance and class their part of femininity as much as their part of masculinity. They are strong women and I admire that in a woman.

  • 4 - What do you think of a woman in a suit? 

    Precisely a woman in a suit is a woman of action. A woman who moves forward. She knows how to combine a sexy and elegant femininity with a masculine cut. She has a strong silhouette. I would like to play a woman cross-legged, it's very interesting to build. I like the way a woman stands cross-legged, the way her eyes observe her interlocutors. I imagine what his strengths are but also his fears.

  • 5- What are your three favorite places in Paris?

    The café de la poste in the marsh, in addition it is opposite the current Admise boutique, convenient for Saturday afternoon shopping.

    Champo, for the cinema is the place to go. We see films that do not appear elsewhere and the atmosphere is like a cocoon.

    Home. I travel a lot for work so I'm really happy when I get home and can accommodate the people I love!

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