In between two trips from the South of France and Paris, Laetitia Guerini, founder of the Fashion brand LEÏ 1984, found a few minutes to share a coffee and to tell us more about her work, inspirations & parisian daily life…
Raw cocoa, homemade granola, and Rosefield.
A part of my new beauty ritual is to wash my face with a Konjak sponge. It’s a new concept from Japan, 100% natural. All you have to do is to add water and it takes off all your make-up. It’s magic!
Fast-paced when in Paris, but more relax when I’m home in Aix. I share most of my time between those two cities: I take advantage of the calm & peacefulness of Aix to charge my battery and design my new collections. However once I get to Paris the rhythm gets more intense: I go from one meeting to the other… It can be pretty insane !
Easy question, and without hesitation: evening! It’s as if I store my energy throughout the day so that I can use it all at night.
Last summer, taking naps on the banks of a wild lake.
I’m always running to be on time, but I’m always super stressed to be late.
In Corsica, to visit my dad… I didn’t have time to actually go last summer.
The Mercer Rosegold, it’s a real statement piece of jewelry!
Even though I do my best to hide it, I am always scared when it comes to selling my designs.
I hope I’ll be lucky enough to still be doing what I love.
“It’s crazy beautiful.”
Black Roses by Barrington Levy.
The turkish movie Mustang.
Homemade Pistou sauce! Easy and delicious!
Mandatory evening ritual : a Yogi Tea infusion.
In five years, I hope I’ll be lucky enough to still be doing what I love.