Canal + Australia – Interview “Entrevue with Caroline Vosse”
Provincial Living – Australia’s newest magazine celebrating the Provincial way of life.
French Provincial Magazine – Is published by France and Monaco Holdings Pty Ltd and is Australia’s #1 magazine for French style and culture since 2007.
As Chanel wrap up another magnificent Paris fashion week show, preparations are already underway to celebrate the French house locally. Next month Melbourne’s Como House & Garden is hosting an elaborate fashion retrospective dedicated to the icon behind the brand as part of the establishment’s annual Paris to Provence festival.
‘Rencontre avec Caroline Vosse qui gère le blog FrenChicTouch’
Thank you Jean-Noël Ducasse and Christophe Mallet for the interview on SBS French (podcast in French)
Interview Wednesday 3rd August 2016 – 2nd August 2017
‘Caroline met British comedian Paul Taylor and his wife during their visit in Australia ‘
“Entre Paul Taylor et Nous” Provincial Living Magazine – 2017
‘Caroline tries to capture the ‘je ne sais quoi’ of a Parisian woman.’
“The Ideal Parisian woman” Provincial Living Issue 5 – Autumn 2016 – page 80-81
‘Caroline Vosse, who hails from the southern French city of Marseille, explains why the French still possess revolutionary ideas.’
“French R(evolution) spirit” French Provincial Magazine Issue Winter 2015 – page 66
‘Caroline Vosse hails from the southern French city of Marseille and provides us with an insight as to what it is like to be a French woman.’
The Feminine French Touch” French Provincial Magazine Issue Autumn 2015 – page 79
‘French Provincial’s Caroline Vosse meets groundbreaking French couturier Jean-Paul Gaultier during his fabulous exhibition at the National Gallery of Victoria.’
“The fashion world of Jean-Paul Gaultier: From the sidewalk to the catwalk” French Provincial Magazine Issue Autumn 2015 – page 79
“Our accent is qualified as the most beautiful, the most romantic, and the sexiest.”
“To be or not to be French” French Provincial Magazine Issue Autumn 2015
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