La Vie de Château

Once upon a time, there was a #CheymaGirl. 

She lived in a castle, un château as they called it in France. Or she lived somewhere else. I doesn't matter, she was a princess anyway. She was a queen. She was fancy, always coquette, paying attention to herself, pampering her slightest needs, taking care of what she wore and how she looked. 

She had the most exquisite clothes, daring to wear sweet but vibrant colors, and to match unexpected materials in layers and layers of wonders.

Behind the scene photography of Mélanie Dubois by Romain Passelande

Behind the scene photography of Mélanie Dubois by Romain Passelande

Of course, people thought her frivolous and superficial. But she was substantial. Very substantial. She had a job, responsibilities, a family. Or not. She might only have one of those, or nothing at all. But that didn't give anyone the right to judge her. And even if they did, she couldn't care less. She was even more herself, proudly childish and mischievous, always filling her path and others' with her sweet musical chuckles, her contagious good mood, and her ever confident attitude.

She was bold.

This is the story of the woman who inspired the collection Rococo Reverie. This is the story of all of you #CheymaGirls. May it inspire you as you inspire us.

Behind the scene photography of Mélanie Dubois by Romain Passelande. Special thanks to the Château de Ferrières

Behind the scene photography of Mélanie Dubois by Romain Passelande. Special thanks to the Château de Ferrières

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