C’est Chic at Chateau de Champlatreux
The September magazines always feature beautiful fashions but there is nothing I love more when they include gorgeous interiors. Such is the case with C’est Chic from British Vogue where model Rebecca Leigh Longendyke was styled by Jane How and photographed by Zoe Ghertner at Château de Champlâtreux about an hour north of Paris.
Château de Champlâtreux was built between 1751 and 1757 by architect Jean-Michel Chevotet for built for Édouard Mole, son of Mathieu Mole the first president of the Parliament of Paris as a a country house and lavish party venue. It is an exquisite example of 18th-century architecture with four large ceremonial rooms on the ground floor and twenty-three guest rooms that continue to host guests for events, receptions, and hunting parties today. It was classified as a historical monument in 1989 which has protected it from development and destruction. It is now owned by Duc de Noailles.
The château has become a popular backdrop to for films, fashion spreads, and advertising campaigns and once you see the interiors and grounds, you’ll see why.
Rebecca Leigh Longendyke wears a Burberry Trench Coat with Attached Cashmere Blanket and Burberry Snakeskin bag. I couldn’t find the bag online but there are many other options available here.
This entire outfit is from Celine.
I couldn’t find this exact Balenciaga jacket but Balenciaga Hourglass Prince of Wales checked wool blazer is similar. For a less expensive options, I like this Glen Plaid Blazer and this grey wool blazer. The blouse is actually an Hermes scarf made into a top. For an alternative, try the Ann Mashburn Tie Neck Silk Blouse.
This Loewe pearl embellished sweater was probably never produced so you could try this pearl embellished cardigan instead. I also love this cable knit sweater and Aran knit sweater as alternatives. This peplum-hem wool-blend cardigan is also very chic.
Photos from here.