Hello! My name is Léa, but for friends it's Lélé.. no, actually my first name is too short, it's badly nicknamed. Sometimes they call me Marseille because I speak with emphasis. 

I was born on July 14, 1993 in Paris. I grew up between Paris, Madrid, New York and London.

When I was little I wanted to be stylist and now I'm a stylist.

What makes me want to get up in the morning is growing the box I created: Studio Paillette.

I have always been a fan of dissonant colors because it awakens my senses.

I always start my day with yoga and meditation, and the last thing on my mind before bed is the book I'm reading. Boring but true.

I usually sleep too little and yet I love it.

My plans for the future are grand and terrifying.

When I'm alone at home I generally wear nothing at all, no longer any mental load related to my outfit.

My guilty pleasure is crazy series with a reassuring scenario. No suspense, only predictability. Thank you US for this beautiful pool of living pictures.

I usually go to bed around 12:30 a.m. and wake up at 7:30 a.m. This is the optimal scenario.

I never leave home without my electric bike.


Look level at the moment I love wearing gigantic men's blazers with leopard print cyclists, as well as big orange plastic flip flops. 

2021 it was the year of all possibilities. During the confinement I was working on my start-up project in parallel with my work as a stylist at Balmain. In 2021 the double life ends and I throw myself into the void of entrepreneurship. 

And 2022 will be for me the realization of the dream or it won't be. I'm obviously exaggerating. But we are raising funds. Dress for the job you want.

I could never do without partying, because constant control at work needs absolute letting go to exist. 

For me, "comfort" is synonymous with the usual. 

I discovered Brai thanks to at the Girlboss dinner where I had the pleasure of sitting next to Estelle. 

If I could be someone else for a day, I would be a man, to taste this incredible carelessness which seems very pleasant. 

To end this interview, my motto in life is that any experience is worth living. I don't know not to go to the end.

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