Inès de La Fressange was born to wear a white shirt. Blessed with an androgynous slim figure at the height of 180 cm (5'11"), and a face both beautiful and handsome, she is able to wear anything in a man's wardrobe, from suits to pants to shirts, which she does, fervently, including, of course, the unavoidable white shirt.
For Inès de La Fressange, white shirt seems ubiquitous. She wears it anywhere, and with anything. And she wears it with insouciance, with abandon, with joy, and confidence.
She must have a huge collection of white shirts in her wardrobe, and if there would be a contest of white shirt, she could definitely win the title "the style icon who wears the most white shirt in the world."
But she also wears the same white shirt again and again, with different jackets, pants, shoes and handbags, et voilà, a new look.
And then she writes about it, in her famous style guide La Parisienne written with journalist Sophie Gachet, which sold more than 500,000 copies.
And then she created white shirt, first with Uniqlo, then for her own brand. On her online boutique, she is selling the white shirts she could be seen wearing herself, each one with its own name, such as Martin white shirt, Maureen white shirt, Eugene white shirt.
For Inès de La Fressange, white shirt is part of her life.