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Brigitte Macron Defines Her Style with Nicolas Ghesquière

The First Lady of France, Brigitte Macron, is dressed in a turquoise ensemble

Brigitte Macron and Nicolas Ghesquière, artistic director of women’s collections for Louis Vuitton, recently shared highlights of their collaboration in an interview with Madame Figaro. Since 2015, long before her husband became president, the First Lady has maintained a trusting relationship with the designer. This collaboration began thanks to Delphine Arnault, at a time when Emmanuel Macron was still serving as Minister of Economy.

Brigitte Macron celebrated Ghesquière’s ten years of creation at Louis Vuitton, a decade of success that underscores the designer’s impact on contemporary fashion and on the representation of French women worldwide.

Nicolas Ghesquière has been able to dress Brigitte Macron for important moments, respecting both her individual preferences and protocol constraints. Among other things, the First Lady has sported a remarkable navy blue coat with a silver collar, specially designed for her.

However, despite this privileged relationship, Brigitte Macron admits to having some reservations about fashion trends. She confesses her lack of interest in oversized, deconstructed or asymmetrical styles, as well as ruffles, prints, and cuts below the knee. Her preference leans more towards more traditional and assertive pieces.

A mother and grandmother, the septuagenarian First Lady proves that one can remain a confident fashion icon, much to the chagrin of some conspiracy theorists who doubt it.