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  • Lila May, 8 2013, 1:50 / Reply

    I loved it garance!!! Really nice interview :) un grande bisou!!

  • Cory Scott May, 8 2013, 1:50

    You have great taste Garance!
    Paris-New York Fashion Blog
    The Deep Blue Cory Fashion Blog
    The Deep Blue Cory Facebook Page
    Xoxo Cory

  • Jenny May, 8 2013, 1:57 / Reply

    Wonderful! Have you tried the Watt’s Up face highlighter from Benefit? I love it! Which color Nars lipstick is that?

    http://www.jenandlek.blogspot.com

  • andreea May, 8 2013, 2:24 / Reply

    i had already read it! i like into the gloss :)

    http://littleaesthete.com

  • sev May, 8 2013, 2:25 / Reply

    Super les photos !
    Mais en vrai, comment le beurre de cacahuètes peut il être considéré comme moins calorifique et apportant plus d’éléments que le beurre + confiture ? Oo
    Et comment les Américains peuvent ils être obsédés des calories alors qu’ils ne mangent pas équilibré (peut être pas à NY ?).
    Regarde ces photos http://imgur.com/a/mN8Zs “What the world eats — a week’s worth of groceries”, c’est passionnant et on comprend pourquoi qui est gros. Et je suis stupéfaite/outrée de la quantité de déchets et de produits industriels consommés par les occidentaux.

  • Caroline Mt May, 8 2013, 2:25

    Super lien, j’ai adoré! Par contre ça n’explique pas trop pourquoi certains sont gros ou non, on s’aperçoit que c’est assez variable et pas dépendant du fait que la nourriture a l’air “en boîte” ou non. En revanche, on s’aperçoit que les maliens et les chadiens mangent essentiellement des graines et des céréales (je ne sais pas s’ils ont le choix en même temps)…

  • Denisa May, 8 2013, 2:30 / Reply

    I really like interviews like that and I like Into the gloss.

    http://www.fashiondenis.com/

  • Ana May, 8 2013, 3:25 / Reply

    Finnally on ITG!! :)

  • emilia May, 8 2013, 3:48 / Reply

    J ai vu ca hier via Pinterest ou la photo de toi par Emily etait re/pinned par une douzaine de pinners,j ai bcp aime ta confession a propos des massages.

  • Juliette May, 8 2013, 3:50 / Reply

    Commentaire inutile, mais je trouve que ta nouvelle coupe te donne un air plus mature. Le chignon faisait jeune trentenaire, là ces cheveux comme ça, ça fait plus quarantenaire. Mais c’est très bien/beau, hein!

  • emilia May, 8 2013, 3:50

    Mais pas sur la photo prise par the Sartorialist

  • Monsieur J May, 8 2013, 3:51 / Reply

    T es belle.

  • STEL STYLE May, 8 2013, 3:54 / Reply

    I read this interview, it’s so interesting! Congratulations!!

    DIY ON MY BLOG… http://www.thestelstyle.com

  • Dea May, 8 2013, 3:58 / Reply

    I loved it! And I think you look great, without having some ways to go. xx

    http://www.timelessdifference.com

  • Clou May, 8 2013, 5:13 / Reply

    La classe, Garance !
    Mais ton histoire de tartines qui se transforment en bol de céréales, ça me fait flipper…Je ne pourrais jamais abandonner ça, même si je déménage à l’autre bout du monde ! (et la tartine de 4h, hein? T’en fais quoi ? Bon sang de bois, un bol de céréales quoi, on est au niveau zéro du charisme petit-déjeunien. Moi déjà si j’ai du pain de mie à la place de la baguette, ça me rend grincheuse, alors des céréales…)

    Bises,
    C.

    http://le-blog-de-clou.blogspot.fr/

  • Carole May, 8 2013, 5:24 / Reply

    I was curious if u were wearing your hair down…glad to see u r….enjoy the K….treatment…what u should be cautious of the fumes when they flat iron…and u can hold a washcloth on your face…I use the Japanese straighter on myself for 12 yr My hair is in great condition…it closed the cuticle of the hair shaft…..u can stretch out your treatment…these r product that help u achieve the look u want….some times the hardest part of my hairdressing is explaining the misconceptions of products

  • Rebecca May, 8 2013, 5:52 / Reply

    T’es vraiment canon avec les cheveux courts ça te va trop bien !!!!!

  • Mae May, 8 2013, 5:53 / Reply

    I always get so curious what’s in people’s makeup cabinets and top shelves…

    Love + aloha, Mae Xx // thereafterish.com

  • Emma May, 8 2013, 6:45 / Reply

    I love Into the Gloss – and top shelf is my favorite section. It was such a nice surprise to see you pop up on it. Your hair is looking really great, too. Very chic and casually tousled.

  • Gigi May, 8 2013, 6:45 / Reply

    Bah tiens, j’ai lu l’article ce matin en revenant de ma garde de nuit! Et là, il quelques minutes je lisais l’article qui date de fin avril, que te conscacre Vogue.com, “Dans la salle de bain de …”- oui oui quelle lectrice admirative je fais hein! ;)

    J’ai adoré ces deux articles, une façon de te voir un peu différemment et tes rituels beauté me plaisent pas mal, c’est une vrai plaisir :)

    xx G.

  • Tat May, 8 2013, 7:04 / Reply

    Your hair looks great! As do you.

    I found the following line so powerful: “My mornings used to be a celebration of life and now it’s like, ‘Ok…’ ” This is the thing about N. America, as you say, you are so aware of nutrition here. However, you have inspired me to celebrate each morning with that statement, it’s about attitude, and sometimes food is about attitude, and yes, food is a celebration of life and life celebrates food, as they both should. So eat your croissants!!!!!

    I will smile tomorrow morning as I eat and think of you…and please, make your mornings a celebration of life again Garance!

  • Marianne Paul May, 8 2013, 7:18 / Reply

    I love ITG blog and the feature “Top Shelf” is one of my favorite! It is so cool to know more about your beauty routine;) I have a question, via EMily site I have leaned you have been interviewed for the new foodie magazine “Cherry Bomb”, will you share the article with us?

  • Natalie May, 8 2013, 7:30 / Reply

    A lovely interview….really nice to read that you don’t list tonnes of stuff (mostly expensive) like others list in interviews. As always you ‘keep it real’ which makes it enjoyable. :-)

  • Colony May, 8 2013, 11:20 / Reply

    Excellent interview. You are giving me Emmanuelle Alt in your picture. Lovely!

  • Angie May, 8 2013, 11:24 / Reply

    Garance, you can eat whatever you want for breakfast. :)

  • Pilis's Style May, 8 2013, 11:52 / Reply

    I never have enough of make-up ideas:)
    thanks for sharing
    http://pilisstyle.blogspot.com/

  • Jessica May, 9 2013, 3:45 / Reply

    Je file lire ça !

    xx.

  • lisa May, 9 2013, 3:54 / Reply

    your hair looks so nice, I hope you are still happy with it?

    But it made me sad to read about your tartine, would you still have it if you were in Paris? don’t let those crazy americans get to you!

  • nomnom May, 9 2013, 4:00 / Reply

    You’ve matured into a real traffic stopper, G.

    btw oatmeal shall make you fat. Oat bran, however, is another story. Knock yourself out on it. Shovel it onto Scott’s breakfasts, too.

  • Gita May, 9 2013, 7:54 / Reply

    I’d love to ramble trough your beauty shelves since you always present some interesting products :)!

    xx
    http://gita-oddsandends.blogspot.com/

  • Véronique May, 9 2013, 9:22 / Reply

    Chère Garance
    Heu plus mature avec cette super coupe ? Non non non, bien au contraire ça te redonne un bon coup de frais, plus moderne, plus active, plus pétillante et glamour.
    Et puis je pense que tu peux toujours tirer tes cheveux en arrière “au cas où”.
    C’est l’humidité énorme qui fait toute la différence à NY ou Miami, enfin partout où la mer n’est pas loin. Mes cheveux étaient déchaînés quand je vivais là-bas, l’horreur, après une demie heure de brushing consciencieux tout était ravagé en 10 mn dès que je sortais dehors. Je devais supporter pour le reste de la journée (ou pire de la soirée chic) une masse informe et mousseuse, j’en aurais pleuré, car le regard dédaigneux des working-girls new-yorkaises me renvoyaient à mon manque cruel de distinction. Hélas à l’époque il n’y avait que les défrisages à la soude qui brûlaient les cheveux. Donc je vais craquer pour un lissage à la kératine sans formol, histoire d’avoir enfin ce joli effet froissé (mais pas frisotté, ah non!)

  • April May, 9 2013, 10:45 / Reply

    Thanks for sharing this. I love the jacket you’re wearing. Who makes it?

  • Bonnie, Clyde + Marni May, 9 2013, 12:48 / Reply

    I saw it and i looooved it!!

    xxx
    Naomi
    http://www.bonnieclydemarni.com

  • Caticat May, 9 2013, 3:01 / Reply

    t’es belle dis donc! je crois que j’ai vu le même style d’interview avec toi ds Vogue web y a 1 semaine ou 2..
    jolies photos aussi
    bizettes

  • magpie May, 11 2013, 3:24 / Reply

    Garance I was SO happy when I saw your Top Shelf interview! You are a perfect goddess–by which I mean, imperfect godess–because who would want a perfectista in the pantheon?

    One thing that troubles me. There seems to be some hubbub in the ITG comments over there, about Scott and your diet and whether you’re “allowed” to have toast and jam in the morning anymore, and how he is a big body-image bully who has ruined your joie de vivre. All of which is nuts, I’m sure, so I wish you’d address it openly sometime and put it to rest. It’s just that a lot of readers have noticed that you’ve become more New Yorkerly about nutrition-consciousness and fitness and whatnot after your move to NYC–which I think is totally natural, and something we all deal with one way or another–I just don’t think they all have the right idea. All the concern comes from a place of love and protectiveness for you, Garance, but however it really is, you’re a big girl and Scott’s not a bully (and even if he were, it’s none of our business), so… just a heads up to you on that./

    XO – magpie

  • magpie May, 11 2013, 3:27 / Reply

    PS. I know you might just want to ignore it all, like most celebrities do about the crazy gossip you get–and if that’s what you decide then totes fair. But I don’t know, it seems like you genuinely love engaging with us, your fans, crazy or no. Since their ignoring the tabloids doesn’t seem to make it stop, maybe talking about your reader misconceptions on your blog will. <3

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