mercredi 28 septembre 2011


It's been quite a while since I haven't modeled often or on a more or less regular basis. I've been feeling a bit insecure lately, and this sucks. It really does. Modeling, as fun&not serious as it may be causes me a lot of stress. Meeting new people, having to face the camera, to show myself first without make up... To come with your flaws, and your curves, your fat blabla isn't that easy. But I've met awesome photographers along the way, and in one year, I've had the great chance to work with truely talented artists.

Here are some of them, I'm sure you'll enjoy having a look at their work :)

1. Pauline Darley.

Very talented& kind person. Quiet, sweet and I really hope we'll work together again soon :)

2. Pauline Franque.

She's the photographer I feel the most comfortable modeling with. She's genuine, lovely and we have a lot in common. I love working with her :)

3. Alyz

I remember when I was in my hometown, browsing among her gallery thinking ' oh my, if I ever get the chance to work with her... I'll be the happiest girl ever'. Indeed. She's sweet and knows how to make you feel good. Her work is breathtaking, absolutely amazing. I remember the shooting with her, the lovely designer : Delices&Gourmandises and the sweetest mua ; it was very nice. I really hope to work with her as well again. 

4. Marilyn Mugot 

She's a funny, adorable gal. Her work is always so soft&pretty. I really enjoyed working with her, it was a nice time, with two nice girls, since the mua was very friendly as well. 

5. Paul von Borax

The only man on this list. A nice man, with a wonderful universe. Always a pleasure to work with him in a very good atmospheer. I'll hopefully create some nice things with him in the future.

I did model for other photographers as well, and all of them were very nice to me, but I'll have to say these are the ones I feel the happiest about, and I'm a bit tired tonight so I'll let it here for now.  I hope you enjoyed discovering their beautiful work.

dimanche 25 septembre 2011

Just a sunny day in Paris.

The weather this week end in Paris is amazing. Bright, sunny, warm. Lovely.

Paris paris je t'aime.

But I don't like hot weather that much so taking a walk in a cemetary, was perfecto. I live nearby a very famous&pretty cemetary, le cimetière du Père Lachaise, where quite a number of famous people are burried.
The cemetary is huge, with over 1million of graves.
As morbid and creepy as it may first appear, this place is lovely and you can actually spend many hours in there, without even noticing it. Or maybe that's just me.

 Oscar Wilde's grave is in a desastrous state. People keep claiming this is love, but to me it's more than anything else ugly graffitis. I'd be very angry in my coffin if people did that to my grave.

We searched for Chopin's grave, but could unfortunately not find it, because the cemetary was closing so we had to leave. sadface.

There are some pretty amazing graves, the ones that make you think oh my. I want one like this. but also some very old ones, almost in ruins, which are my favorites.

Don't mind my face, I just thought this picture showed pretty well how big some 'graves' can be.

And because a day cannot be a good day without food, here you go :

Green Tea  IceCream (not sure about this yet).

Here's an outfit of the day video for you guys :)

vendredi 23 septembre 2011

Easy&Quick Banana Pie.

First recipe posted on this blog is a sweet one.
I always buy too many bananas, God knows why, and I end up with black bananas which I don't like to eat, since I like eating my fruits almost green. Bananas are very good for health, yet a bit too rich so I like to lower the quantity of the ingredients used in this pie.

You'll need:
-3 or 4bananas.
-2 eggs.
-150 gr of sugar.
-100 gr of flour.
-2 spoons of crème fraîche (fresh cream).

Here's the video to show you the steps of this very easy pie :)

1.First unroll the pastry on a pan. It's important to make holes with a fork in it. :)
2.Then separate two egg yolks, and keep them for later.
3. Then mash one or two bananas. Add 2 spoons of crème fraîche, 150g of sugar, the two eggyolks & 100 g of flour.
4. Mix everything together&pour on pastry.
5. Decorate with sliced bananas.
6. Put in oven for 30mns, at 180 °C(356F?).

And enjoy :)

mercredi 14 septembre 2011

Just a sunny day in Paris.

I know I said I'd post and update often on this blog, but lately I haven't really had the time to properly do it, due to my come back to school& friends always being around at my place.

I feel bad seeing this empty blog, so I thought that a post about my favorite place in Paris could be a nice thing to do, since lots of you have never been to Paris.

So tadaaa.
Mesdemoiselles, Mesdames& Messieurs voici Le Sacré Coeur, in the middle of MontMartre.

Paris is full of churches&religious buildings, but this basilica is my favorite.

Why? I couldn't really explain it, but this truly parisian feeling that you have when you come near it, the streets crowded with tourists, the little merry go round with the songs of Edith Piaf, and the quiet, traditional yet alive neighbourhood of Montmartre just behind it may be some of the reasons why I like to spend my time there, just sitting on a bench or in the grass with music or a book. From there, you can admire a large part of Paris, eventhough this hill on which Le Sacré Coeur is built isn't the highest place in Paris.


I'm not the the only one to like this place that much, given that it's the second most visited sights in Paris, after Notre Dame.

What I really like about the history of that basilica, and that few people know is that Le Sacré Coeur is the result of a national wish to build a beautiful building to celebrate&adore Jesus, but also to expiate the crimes of the Commune(a dark time in the french history 1870-1871).
Thus this basilica is a symbol of repentance, adoration&redemption, which was financed by donations of people all over France.

For the believers, you can spend the night there to pray, which must be an amazing experience, which I may do this year.

The entrance is free, but unfortunatly pictures are not allowed inside the basilica. However this is a sight I'll always keep in mind, and will never forget though it's not my favourite for the inside. Still very pretty and impressive, of course.

I guess next post about Paris will be the neighbourhood of Montmartre, of which I unfortunately don't have pictures anymore, so this will come soon. Since the weather's pretty nice in Paris now, I'll probably go for a walk with friends there in few days and you'll be able to enjoy the pictures of this lovely place.


lundi 5 septembre 2011

(Late)Saturday's Song.

This song might be one of my favorites. I have always loved Juka's voice, which is for sure one of my favorite in jrock/visual kei.

For you to forgive me, here are two songs today, with one of the current band Juka is in.

This song is a jewel to me, exactly what I like in visualkei. This depth and richness in music that only visual kei&classicalmusic can provide, in my opinion.