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Ines de la Fressange Wrote a book

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Chanel muse Ines de la Fressange has penned a book called Parisian Chic: A Style Guide. The Cut reports: "Ines's fashion advice is a true Parisian's sartorial road map that covers mixing and matching styles and separates, shopping in the mens' department at H&M, and being sure not to worship any graven fashion idols. In a series of artsy street-style photos, her daughter Nine D'Urso models the wardrobe basics Inès calls "the Magnificent Seven," as well as accessories to match." Check out their slideshow. [The Cut]