Monday, February 21, 2011

V.I.P. (Very Important Parisian) Profile: Jeanne Suica

Ever wonder how Parisiennes get that cosmopolitan look? American-born, Paris-based Jeanne Suica knows.

That’s why she’s been the go-to girl for designer and vintage fashion for the past 15 years.

(And let’s face it, the woman is a walking advertisement for her services. Who wouldn’t want to look as sleek and soignée as Jeanne?)

If you have too many clothes that just don't fit your lifestyle, have inherited your grandmother's collection of couture, or are moving and need to downsize your wardrobe (tiny Parisian closets, anyone?), Jeanne can help!

Jeanne Suica Vintage and Modern Collectable Clothing can help you get the best price for your vintage and designer clothing accessories and fashion-related items. She works with a wide range of clients worldwide and also collaborates with a major auction house in valuating and searching for upcoming auctions. Based in Paris, she travels frequently for personal appointments to London and New York and also does valuations via email for clients worldwide.

So let’s get to know this Very Important Parisienne!

Favorite French writers/singer/actor? Rita Mitsuko, Mickey 3D, Jeanne Moreau, Catherine Deneuve.
Mariages Frères or Ladurée? Ladurée.
Franck & Fils or Le Bon Marche? Le Bon Marche.
Left Bank or Right Bank? Both – I find hidden treasures everywhere!
Favorite blogs? La Mom – An American Mom in Paris, who always seems to know what we really think about the French and David Lebovitz for sharing his culinary adventures and amazing knowledge of food. And don’t forget my blog: www.jeannesuicavintageclothingblogspot.com!
Who's hotter - Dominique de Villepin or Nicolas Sarkozy? Neither. Lenny Kravitz or Michael Hutchence of INXS
Evian or Badoit? Evian.
Macarons or cupcakes? Pop Tarts! (I'm an ugly Amercian and I admit it!)
Espresso or café crème? Espresso, double espresso, triple espresso and carmel macchiatos from Starbucks.
Still or sparkling? Still.
Amelie Poulain or Carrie Bradshaw? Carrie – love her and of course I want to raid her closet!
Paris or Provence? Paris. I'm a city girl.
Métro, taxi, or Vélib? Métro.
Printemps or Galeries Lafayette? Neither. Boutiques, depot-ventes, thrift shops, and flea markets.
Le ski or St. Tropez? St. Tropez one day...
Book or Kindle? Book.
Vin rouge or vin blanc? Vin rouge.
Café Costes or the bistro du coin? Bistro du coin.
iPhone or iPad? iPhone.
Le Figaro or Le Monde? The New York Times.

Discover a Jeanne’s world of vintage and designer fashion at www.jeannesuica.info and www.jeannesuicavintageclothingblogspot.com!

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9 comments:

Anonymous said...

Enjoying the addition of the interviews. Your blog is a hoot! I've been to Paris many times and never see a tenth. People who truly love Paris feel the ache of it in their hearts and mine hurts a lot! Keep entertaining us with your stories.

Sweet Freak said...

I've got to get in on the vintage look! Jeanne (and, oui, Carrie Bradshaw) is certainly inspiration enough...

La Mom-an American Mom in Paris said...

@Anonymous Merci! There's more good stuff to come!

@Sweet Freak I love vintage shopping in NYC -- fantastic deals! Paris is great, but I always zoom in on the 3000 € Kelly bag...too rich for La Mom's blood.

Karena said...

So Glad to find your site ....wonderful!! Looking forward to reading more and more!

xoxo
Karena
Art by Karena

A Tale of Two Cities said...

Always a delight to stop by and read your blog! What a fun survey to get to know the "heart and soul" of your guests--I enjoyed this latest post along with all the others. Thanks for dropping by for a visit to my blog--it was a nice surprise!

La Mom-an American Mom in Paris said...

@Karena - Merci for stopping by! See you soon and bisous!

@A Tale of Two Cities - So glad you like this new part of the blog!

Anonymous said...

thanks for this tips

Beadboard UpCountry said...

Thanks LA MOM! I'm off to check out her site. What a fun way to make a living, I'm jealous...Maryanne xo

The Antiques Diva said...

LOVE this post!! I so want to meet her!!!

 

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