Alexa Chung

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  1. lechatnoir

    lechatnoir Community Duchess

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    I assumed it was some type of hard cheese like comte
     
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  2. espressoenthusiast

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    not to mention it's tired...between her, camille, jean damas, all of reformation, that louise follain girl...its everywhere
     
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  3. espressoenthusiast

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    looks like she is at l'avenue or hotel costes in paris; the way they slice the avocado :kissblush:
     
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  4. FrançoiseEllyn

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    I was thinking the same thing. of course French style and beauty is a classic and will forever remain that way, but it's getting redundant with all of them.
     
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  5. elle_w00ds

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    Ja, that's definitely Costes (<3). I don't know their breakfast selection well as I only ever have black coffee when I'm there, but I believe that might be cheese, type manchego or gruyère, in the pic @gracilis.

    Lots of designers have similar style boots, like Saint Laurent, Wang and Prada, but those look like Miu Mius to me.
     
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  6. moins

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    She's so cute in this video.
    I really wonder what she is like in person. She seems like a great person and just so fun to be around. Sometimes I think she can't be funny, attractive, smart, etc., all in one!
     
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