Clémence Poésy talks fashion, her style icons in new interview with “Vogue”

In a new interview with Vogue, Clémence Poésy talks all things fashion. Poésy, best known for her role as Fleur Delacour, will appear in a series of photographs and a short film for This fifth series of photographs from the online shopping site will be portraits of inspiring women and will highlight Poesy’s free-spirited, effortless sense of style.

In the interview, she says that it is easier for her to be creative with her fashion in New York.

“What I love about New York is that no one cares… you can wear whatever you want. You can be as crazy as you want. So I feel freer there. I tend to wear lots of hats in NY. And I just love people-watching in London. The Brits have a really amazing sense of style.”

Poésy also talks about her fashion icons, saying,

“I’ve always been fascinated by Lee Miller. She is one of my heroes, and I love Francesca Woodman. Sometimes, I can just stare at the pattern in her pictures all day or the shape of one of her shirts. She created the most amazing atmospheres. I also adore Niki de Saint Phalle. I think that she is a very elegant woman, and I think I would lie if I didn’t say Patti Smith and Jane Birkin were also sources of inspiration for me.”

You can check out her stunning photographs from the Vogue interview here!

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