ESPERANZA MOYA PHOTOGRAPHER
Although she grew up in Madrid, Esperanza Moya left home to study photography in Barcelona. For her, taking photos is a means of escaping from reality and of creating her own universe. She invites readers to follow in the footsteps of a girl strolling through town, a photo assignment shot in Alicante, on the shores of the Mediterranean: page 118.
MARIE-ANNE BRUSCHI JOURNALIST
somethingofa is rom ne an An tic , ie- ye ar t M sh e’ s al so th e ! br ris ain Pa s t abou beh blogadin Marie-Anne is a freelance fashion and lifestyle journalist. To find material for her blog-cum-city guide, Re-voirparis. com, she explores the capital in search of new places and secret addresses. She loves to show her two daughters a cosmopolitan Paris, where street culture mixes with classic sites. But to do so, she needs a good night’s sleep in a comfy bed. That’s why she reveals all about the bedding boom: page 54.
ÉLODIE DAGUIN PHOTOGRAPHER
Élodie was raised in the Burgundy countryside, where she studied graphic design, before moving to Paris, to attend the Gobelins school. She then turned her attention to photography. She enjoys setting the scene for the portraits she takes and showing the results of these fleeting encounters. Fascinated by intimate places and what goes on backstage, she explored Jacques Prévert’s former home for us: page 48.
GAELLE LE BOULICAUT PHOTOGRAPHER
Gaelle’s father gave her her first Rolleiflexwhenshewas15.Sincethen, she hasn’t stopped taking pictures… After studying photography in Canada and Sydney, she focused on portraits and home interiors. She spent ten years in Sydney, but now lives in France. She still travels the world to capture inspirational homes with her camera. Like the timeless family casa in Alentejo: page 138.
LI LI BARBER Y-CO UL ON JOURNALIST
childh ood,Lili ly has ear alw r he ay s ce be in S en w ar y of th e su n. ! Pro must tectio a is n Beauty editor for Vogue for eight years, Lili has worked with M, le magazine duMonde for five years, while writing her blog Ma-recreation.com, on which she shares ideas and advice on childcare. Just back from a fabulous holiday in the sun in Greece with the family, Lili recommends a range of protective sun creams and sprays: page 42.
ANGÈLE RINCHEVAL HERNU JOURNALIST
A graduate of Sciences Po and IFM, Angèle takes fashion seriously and has devoted her career to it. After a stint on the business side at Hermès, Prada and Mi uMiu, then as communications manager for YohjiY am a mo to, she now writes about fashion and culture. On the 40th anniversary of Jacques Prévert’s death, she interviewed his granddaughter, Eugénie, for MilK. Check out the portrait: page 48.