I love classic pieces. I love denim and a blouse or denim and a t-shirt.
— Camille Rowe
I feel like people are like, 'Ooh, French beauty, they don't do anything.' But I think it's more about looking as natural as possible.
I have, like, a secret career as an actress in France.
I should get more facials.
Through my years of traveling, I've become a pretty incredible packer and great at staying minimal.
I will buy Victorian tea dresses and the like, but I don't really think about them as investment pieces - just beautiful and vintage things.
It takes more than a hashtag to change the world.
Cross-body bags are my favorite, because if something isn't across my body or in a pocket, I'll put it down and forget it forever.
I throw pretty regular dance parties with my friends.
When I am not working I would rather not wear make-up.
I think French women are incredibly comfortable in their skin, whereas in the States people are striving more for one beauty ideal.
I've never SoulCylcled or CrossFit-ed. That sounds terrifying to me!
I try to force myself to close my mouth when I put mascara on. I don't want to be part of the masses!
Vintage stores are great for jeans.
I do yoga every morning.
I love a little Richard Brautigan poetry.
In high school, I was obsessed with '60s and mod. It was about the look, and also about not being part of whatever the standard was.
I do think my style is pretty French.
I don't mind a few imperfections.
I mean, French pharmacies are, I love walking in and just, I buy a lot of random stuff. There's more pharmacies than bakeries, even in Paris.
I like to use the hyaluronic acid by Dr. Barbara Sturm.
I'm not huge on accessories, though I love sunglasses.
I know it's a terrible habit, but if I get a pimple, I'll sit in front of the mirror and pick at it for hours.
My dad is the Frenchest man alive, but totally dresses like a cowboy and is obsessed with vintage.
I did ballet when I was a kid.
I don't know how to drive.
I have to admit that I have a massive weakness for Italian food, which is not very light but so good!
I'm always nice and then people are happy to hang out with me! There's no point being a sassy diva queen.
The best lip product in the world is something I'm scared is out of production. It's YSL's Kiss-and-Blush in this really muted pinky brown.
I love the texture of my skin and I love my freckles and even if my nose gets a little red, I don't mind so much.
I'm not an over-thinker.
I love a spontaneous solo dance party.
Basically, I've been dressing the same way since I was 10 years old.
I grew up in Paris. Well, in the suburbs of Paris.
The technique to apply lipstick is no technique. It's okay if it's not perfect.
I'll be working a lot more on film than modeling.
I like popping my own pimple, so I feel like when I go and get a facial and they do it for me, it's really annoying. I'd rather do it myself.
When my French side thinks of 'bohemian,' it imagines Montparnasse authors and absinthe - that kind of aesthetic. The American definition might be more tied to American history and culture.
I've been wearing the same brand of underwear since I was a baby.
I'm constantly on the verge of a panic attack.
Stripes are very French - who doesn't love a good stripe?
Oh, I do have a crush... on Paul Rudd.
In terms of diet, my parents had a restaurant business so I don't eat any junk food - they taught me to appreciate good food.
In the morning I drink a big glass of water with lemon, a pinch of baking soda and maple syrup.
I like all the '90s girls - Amber Valletta is so beautiful. I even love all the '60s models, like Twiggy, Jean Shrimpton, they were so cool.
I don't always like to wear perfume - I really like body smells, that's the French in me - but there's something about putting perfume on before you go out that has intention.
My dad and Jane Birkin; they are both effortlessly stylish.
I'm a very T-shirt/denim blouse/denim type of girl.
I'll have an avocado a day. I also put them on my face and in my hair.
I used to go to surf camp in the summers, and I remember going to the beach and thinking my style was so different from all of the other kids.