The French practically invented luxury.
Wealthy French families may be deeply rooted in France’s rich history and culture, living in the world of old money and heritage. Of course those families tend to have kids, giving birth to the nouveau Rich Kids of France.
Among her mountain of designer goodies lies the legacies of French designers Hubert de Givenchy, Coco Chanel, Christian Louboutin and Christian Dior.
The owner of these watches (a Patek Philippe, a Richard Mille and two Audemar Piguets) may want to watch their back in Paris, a city notorious for pickpockets.
The iconic French fashion house of Louis Vuitton first started by making durable and easily stackable trunks for wealthy travelers over 160 years ago — not much has changed.
Well that’s one way to keep champagne and sashimi on ice.
Because every set of rich kids, no matter where you are in the world, has to have a baby version of an exotic cat.
Only real champagne comes from Champagne, France — everything else is just sparkling wine, which is illegal to label as champagne in most countries.
You aren’t really French unless you’ve had the best champagne. Stuffed in this LV bag are bottles of Moët & Chandon, Veuve Clicquot, Dom Pérignon, which is owned by Moët & Chandon, and the iconic Armand de Brignac, otherwise known as “Ace of Spades” champagne.
This woman proves that simple black and white is as elegant as ever.
If you’re going to drink, scratch your head and think about the meaning of life in a hot tub like a true Frenchman, you might as well do it in the beautiful southern French city of Cannes.
What are you to do with yourself when you’re strolling around your pool with high heels on?
For when you absolutely must punch things in high fashion.
It almost looks like the guy on the left is warming his hand in the other guy’s pocket — this is France, after all.
It’s probably not hard to get an “avis de contravention,” or notice of violation, when you’re speeding around in a Ferrari.