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La Reine Margot

She was one of the most educated, cultured, beautiful, fashionable women of her time, a “pearl of de Valois,” but also a victim of misogynist propaganda that portrayed her as nymphomaniac and incestuous La Reine Margot (Queen Margot) and downplayed the importance of her actions


French author Denis Tillinac once said that Champagne is France and he was right. Cause in that bottle of sparkling wine lays all the class, style, sexiness and charm of the French. Drink it and taste those intoxicating bubbles which turn a plain bank clerk

Women of style – Marie de Medici

Soon after Catherine de Medici died, another Medici moved to the French throne, bringing endless political intrigues, famous artists, high collars and big dresses to the French court. Marie de Medici became the Queen of France as the second wife of King Henry IV and after

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