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Discussion in 'Star Style' started by kiddokiddo, Jan 17, 2009.
Fabulous at any age. She's an inspiration
any idea of who she is?. she looks right about perfect from hair to boots.. beautiful.. wonder what she likes or where she works at.. *stalker *
^ I wonder, too.. I bet she has an interesting life. I love the fabric of her coat..
Who is she?
Eloísa Berceo, Spanish socialite.
thank you both of you
her clothes are in materials which are a little coarse
those textures in the coat and fringe and boots
yet looks very refined...
I often wonder what my style will be like when I'm older...I hope it's as stylish!
I think she's wearing a Paul Harnden Shoemaker coat if I'm not mistaken....
that's awesome if it's true.
since your post, I've learnt the woman is the biggest Haute Couture collector in Spain, is convinced you need to have a good amount of money to have style and claims to have never shopped at Zara.
*can I just add that my worst case scenario would be to have someone like her as a grandmother-in-law, I'd be ultra terrified..
i absolutely love the texture of her coat
her face looks exactly like my grandmother's ! who is really beautiful and stylish
I'm fascinated with this woman. After doing some Googling, I found this page with several pictures (and a video!) of her: http://www.fugandbusted.com/2008/12/eloisa-bercero-poco-gusto-y-mucho-dinero.html
that's just the rudest and funniest thing I've read in ages.. I'm not sure I still like her but I think we have enough pictures to start her a thread ..
translate por favor, the suspense is killing me!
^^ I second that!
MulletProof, there's been some speculation as to whether or not the woman in the Sartorialist photo is actually Eloisa Bercero, so I wasn't sure if I should start a thread on her or not. If the woman in the photos is not, in fact, Eloisa, she sure has one hell of a doppelganger.
classicalbang, have you read the last comments? . There seems to be some safe assurance (by her son?) that she's not Eloisa and I'm happy to believe that, since the sartorialist had previously captured her and that closer shot does not resemble Berceo at all.
this one, however, does..
Since they all look alike, I'll happily go with the intellectual/boutique-owner Parisian option. After that interview you post (I translated it for you two but wonder if it's still relevant to post?), I was feeling heartbroken that such a memorable image could've been accomplished by a majorly dumb character like Berceo, whom now I wish had stayed anonymous in my head.
Also their tastes in clothing seem to be different...
As you said MP, owning money to have style... I find kiddokiddo's photo of the woman could care less
Gius, yes! , I was trying to imagine the way in which this woman suddenly went from Gianni Versace lover to Harnden appreciator. Not that it's impossible, I just don't think a fashion designer with no seasonal front row and unwilling to pay a first-class seat to carry a suit for a client is anywhere in her priorities.
hahaha, your obsession to her is immensely charming, Mullet...Neat finds, everyone, I truly agree and happy with the idea of her not being Eloisa
Thank you for posting
i saw her once in tv assuring that karl (lagerfeld, of course) once told her she was the chic(est) woman he had ever met! :|
she has some enviable pieces, of course... but her overuse of the words "glamour" "chic" and "money" makes it hard to believe karl said that
translation of the youtube video: