Inside Anaïs Bouchard’s Parisian apartment | Une Fille, Un Style | Vogue Paris

I’m Anaïs Bouchard, I’m from Paris,
I’m a French teacher and pianist. I started campaigning for brands,
then I was a showroom model for a few years, and now I keep doing it on Instagram. If I had to define my style,
I would say elegant and eclectic. I love combinations. In fashion, I like creativity,
adventure and risk-taking. At school, I was laughed at quite a bit
for the crazy combinations I wore. But I also like simplicity. For example, if I go out, I wear quite wide, high-waisted pants
with a blouse tied at the waist, unbuttoned because I like the sexy side. I love painting, it liberates me. I love working with colors too,
just like with fashion actually. I let myself go when I’m painting or drawing. My relation to music is intense, that is,
I couldn’t go a day without my headphones. I love broken rhythms, five beat rhythms, music in which we get lost,
in which we lose all our bearings. It actually fascinates me. I love not understanding what I’m listening to. My favorite composer is Rachmaninov. I could sing every prelude by heart. I really couldn’t do without the piano,
it’s been feeding me since I was a little girl. Back then, I was listening to classical music
discreetly in bed. My boyfriend is a geologist
and he spends his summers in the mountains, in the Mont Blanc massif,
between 3,000 and 4,000 meters above sea level. Sometimes I go with him…
well I actually often go with him. We find many fluorites,
amethysts, tinted quartz. Despite the risk-taking,
it’s a fascinating thing because we completely cut ourselves
off the world. It’s like we’re on another planet. We’re out of everything
and there’s not a living soul. It’s a different universe.


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