Harper’s Bazaar (Malaysia) - - The News -

With more than 20 years of modelling legacy, her iconic last name is just the tip of the ice­berg. Ex­per­i­men­tal, bold, and a ro­man­tic at heart, Lu­cie de la Falaise shows BAZAAR her Parisian joie de vivre. If you could only wear one thing your en­tire life, what would it be? A dress. As a child, I al­ways wore the clas­sic lit­tle girl dresses with some smock­ing and a lit­tle bow at the back. No mat­ter what I was wear­ing un­der­neath, I al­ways put a dress on top—even if I had jeans.

How has your style evolved through­out the years?

You go through phases as a teenager; you like trends. I had a pixie hair­cut when I was 19—that be­came my look for a cou­ple of years. Then, I was preg­nant, and of course, you start to wear more flowy things, and af­ter, it’s back to wear­ing tight things again. It’s al­ways evolv­ing.

What’s your style se­cret?

I try not to go with trends but with what suits me, so I go back to the same type of sil­hou­ette that suits my body.

How do you carry your bag on a day-to-day ba­sis?

If I’m go­ing through an air­port, I will just wear my cross­body bag so that my hands are free. On any given day, I usu­ally have it on my shoul­der, but if I get tired of that, then I pre­fer to have it on the crook of my arm.

How would you style your bag ev­ery­day?

I don’t al­ways match it with the rest of my out­fit. It’s my bo­hemian vibe; I think it’s nice when things are not too matchy­matchy or per­fect. It’s nice to have a lit­tle bit of wear and tear, es­pe­cially with these beau­ti­fully ex­pen­sive bags ... dress them down a lit­tle. Oth­er­wise, I just feel too fancy!

What does “Dior­ever” mean to you?

For­ever and ever and ever.

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