is the literary critic of Les Inrockuptibles and French Vogue. She jumped into the deep end during this year’s literary season, as she is now no longer only a reviewer, but also a writer, with the publication of her first novel, by Grasset. Le Manteau de Greta Garbo (!Greta Garbo’s Coat!) is an exploration of appearance and dress, based on an unsettling personal anecdote. At an auction in Los Angeles, she purchased a red coat that had belonged to Garbo, who had worn it for a long time. “Can a woman’s clothes tell her life story, enlighten us as to the mysteries in her life? Why did Greta Garbo buy hundreds of dresses, which she never wore, as she only felt at home in men’s clothing? For this issue of Vogue Hommes, Nelly Kaprièlian has compiled a selection of photos of celebrities in bed, which inspired her to imagine their nights off–camera ("p. 284").