Anae, 6 ½ years old – Paris, France

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Anaé  (little flower in Japanese) loves costumes, spangles dresses, make up, glitters… She got into this in NYC where she lived for 4 years and used to go to school in tutu or even dressed up as often as she could. “She is something special…always adding her touch of style even when she was a very little girl. All her teachers said she would be a famous fashion designer someday” says her mother Gabrielle, Founder of La Langerie.

 

Anae

What do you want to be when you grow up Wanna be a star Wanna be on stage

Someone you admire? I love  Peau d’Ane because she has a pretty voice  and a dress color of sun.  Me too I wanna cook a cake of love for my prince Sivane

What is your big dream? That all my Friday evening’s prayers become true

Are you scared of anything? If so tell me what and why Dark night and tender hairy spiders

What makes you laugh Funny faces Tickles and the joke : Two eggs meet each other on the street The first one says to the second Oh my God you are so hairy The second one look at him very astonished and answer But it is normal I am not an egg I am a Kiwi

Your favorite films and books  Bambi Alvin and the chipmunks Raiponce La reine des bisous

Something you did recently that you really loved  Art craft building and painting a frame My birthday party in a nails bar with all my friends

The best holidays you ever had  In Corsica; the water was so blue that I found a red starfish and got it in my hands

A place that you would dream to visit Spain, to learn La jota and the Flamingo dance

Your favorite belonging My coloring books

The next item you would so dearly love to get A gold fish

If you had a magic wand, what would you do with it right now? Changing my room in a princess castel with Murakami stickers. Also to cure all the kids that are sick because it is unfair

Gabrielle

A place you saw when you were a child, and that made its mark on you Auron, a tiny and lovely mountain village close to Nice (South France) where I go since I was two. Everything there is just easy and peaceful The best place to refill in good energies. Outdoor yoga practice in front of one thousand old trees Walks with the kids to see & feel the nature And each year enjoying seeing again the same sites and lovely inhabitants.

The place you love near your home In Paris I love going in all type of cafés terrasse to see the life around Tok Tok workshop in Palais de Tokyo ideal for little ones Musee en herbe rue Herold for fun exhibitions. In NYC The timeless Café Gitane is my favorite and the McNally Jackson café  library where after drinking a tea and choosing a book with my daughter we could enjoy a story time Moma with kids always inspirational.  And Citibabe is an amazing concept

Where do you dream to go for your next family holiday In India for countryside colors, spices  smells and philosophy

A film that you saw recently and that staid with you Un Monde Meilleur with HaleyJoel Osment

The film that you love to see with the whole family  Ratatouille and the last Madagascar

The book on your bedside table Le sage et l’artiste de Elie & Andre Chouraki

The children’s brands your cherish Tricofield, Crewcut, Maki, April Shower, Atsuyo et Akiko, Bonton all mixed and matched with Zara kids and Old navy stuff

The children’s stores you love to visit and buy from In NYC it is pretty simple because everything is around Sweet William, Kisan, Erica Tanov. In Paris I often buy on line at Bonton and Kids love design

Last thing you bought for Anae A blue Naelie swimming suit,  a Lem Lem beach dress and a Djeco artcraft

Favourite pieces in Anae’s wardrobe C de C ballerina, Salt Water sandal, Joe’s jeans and Bonton crepon salopette

What you buy online  Everything except fruits & veggies - Hyde yoga outfit, Flora & Henry Leggings and tops, Abc carpet selection, My little home cushions, Feidt baby bracelet and Mariagefreres teas

Something that made you laugh out loudly recently? A text message of my husband playing the jealous guy while I was having a dinner with my girls friends

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