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28/01/2017
by barenose
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Remember the Ladies: Colette

During the 1920s, Colette publishes many novels (under her name), most inspired by her private life, such as Le Blé en Herbe and Chéri and the author settles in Saint-Tropez. Following the war, she becomes a notorious figure and, in 1945, she enters the Académie Goncourt before presiding the institution, in 1949. Mastering the art of publicity, Colette was the model for many photographers and in 1952, was the heroine of her own film, a documentary dedicated to her by Yannick Bellon. In 1958, following her death, her fame reached its peak when a charming beginner named Audrey Hepburn gave life to Colette’s Gigi. Continue reading

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