The french woman blog

The Frenchwomen is . . . Joséphine Baker

Famous throughout the world, Josephine Baker has had a thousand lives. From music hall dancer to popular singer, through espionage, she is also the mother of twelve adopted children. A look back at her incredible life. JOSÉPHINE IS… INDEPENDENT Born into a modest family in St. Louis, Josephine Baker grew up in material and emotional poverty. Her talent for dancing… Read More »The Frenchwomen is . . . Joséphine Baker

The Frenchwoman is . . . Vanessa Paradis

Famous from an early age and boasting a career as diverse as her personal life, Vanessa Paradis is the Frenchwoman who crosses eras with a smile that speaks volumes about her capacity for happiness. Vanessa Paradis is … TALENTED Born on Christmas Eve in St Maure des Fossés in the Val de Marne, Vanessa Paradis grew up surrounded by her… Read More »The Frenchwoman is . . . Vanessa Paradis

« Dream Castle » #10

I decided to talk to you today about my childhood crush,of the place where some of my most beautiful memories are frozen,the place that makes me who I am today,of the incredible castle that has guided my life.I am talking about the magnificent castle of the « Champs de Bataille » . This castle, is a place acquired by the extraordinary decorator… Read More »« Dream Castle » #10

Jean-Victor Houët

Jean-Victor’s good tip #9

Jean-Victor Houët is an editor and film critic in our beautiful capital. Today, he gives us his good plan to participate in reforestation when we live like him in an urban environment. Or simply when we wish to act simply but effectively to maintain the plant balance necessary to our ecosystem. Jean-Victor is a bit of an uncle of… Read More »Jean-Victor’s good tip #9

Anne-Charlotte’s good tip #8

Anne-Charlotte is a Project Manager at the ARS, and she is a Norman woman of course! She shares her good plan with us, to make one of our everyday products, the famous dishwasher tablets. Anne-Charlotte is the mother of two toddlers, whom I had the chance to meet during a casting for the famous Maison Castille shootings (everyday women). Her… Read More »Anne-Charlotte’s good tip #8

Beauty good tips

Marie’s good tip #7

Marie is an interior designer, recently from Normandy. She gives us her good plan to do good without leaving home and in an ecological way with Aloë Vera. Marie is a former Parisian. I met her when I was studying in a school of interior design a long time ago. And, although our professional paths have separated, our common sense… Read More »Marie’s good tip #7

Modèle amateur shooting

Christel’s good tips #6

Christel is a wondernana, navigating between family, volunteering and job. Today she gives us her good plan to encourage us to keep the old family services, using them on a daily basis without falling into the headache of maintaining them. Christel is a very special woman for Maison Castille, Known in my past as a Pink Blouses volunteer, I quickly… Read More »Christel’s good tips #6

Woman of every day

Muriel’s good tip #5

Muriel is a young retiree, former Home Care Nurse. Today she gives us her good plan to combine up-cycling, collectibles and savings. Muriel is a bit like Castille’s grandmother, she calls herself Boma (one day we understood that it was short for bonne maman!). I immediately thought of her to represent her generation during the shooting of the first collection… Read More »Muriel’s good tip #5