Adèle Exarchopoulos, The Kween of Versailles

Adèle wears Bra by Phylea Paris. Jacket by Saks Potts. Skirt by Faustine Steinmetz. Necklace by Dior Fine Jewelry. Bag by Versace. Pumps by Balenciaga

Best known for her role in Blue Is the Warmest Color, Adèle Exarchopoulos is the youngest person in history to win the Palme d’Or. In 2019, the French actress will play Clara Saint, a 1960s Parisian socialite, in Ralph Fiennes’s forthcoming film The White Crow. In the meantime, Exarchopoulos is enjoying her reign over France. Vive la reine!


Adèle wears Coat by Saks Potts. Dress by Fausto Puglisi. Necklace by Burma. Ring by Bulgari. Vintage Shoes from Michel Perry. Suitcase by Rimowa.

Adèle wears Jacket by Bottega Veneta. Dress by Anne Karine Thorbjørnsen. Vintage Belt and Hat from Anouschka Paris. Ring and Earrings by Dior Fine Jewelry. Mules by Sergio Rossi.

Adèle wears Dress and Shoes by Marcia. Stole by Sprung Frères. Necklace and Bracelet by Burma. Earrings by Lele Sadoughi. Gloves from Sarah Vintage Paris.

Adèle wears Dress by Dior. Skirt by Marcia . Necklace by Lele Sadoughi. Gloves by Maison Causse. Vintage Belt, Bracelets, and Boots from Anouschka Paris,

Adèle wears coat by Acne Studios. Dress by John Galliano. Earrings by Lele Sadoughi. Shoes by Gianvito Rossi.

Adèle wears Coat by Sprung Frères. Corset by Cadolle. Leggins by Repetto. Vintage Cowboy Hat, stylist’s own. Earrings and Necklace by Burma. Shoes by Francesco Russo.


Hair: Nabil Harlow
Makeup: Helene Vasnier at Artlist Paris
Production: Pandora Graessl at Graessl Studio
Production Manager: Caroline Cire
Photography Assistant: Corentin Thevenet
Fashion Assistants: Bridgette Hungerford and Valentine Jaquier
Manicure: Lorandy at Backstage Agency
Production Assistant: Mona Perron
Post-Production:  Awacs Studio