|A J. Crew version of the blazer.|
More proof — if it is needed — that a navy blazer goes everywhere with everything.
I’m pulling mine out of my closet. I have four and two are in black. I’m sure you’re not surprised by the disclosure of that news. . . One of my favorites has a shawl collar which gives it another twist and makes it work beautifully with a pair of satin trousers for evening. It’s almost like a tuxedo.
|Claudie Haigneré, doctor, politician and former astronaut with the Centre National d’Etudes Spatiales and the European Space Agency.|
|Isabelle Huppert in a supremely chic navy on navy look.|
|Claire Chazal French television’s star anchorwoman.|
|Anne Lauvergeon, former CEO of Areva a French multinational group specialising in nuclear and renewable energy. It is the world’s largest nuclear company.|
|Catherine Nay, author, journalist, political commentator.|
|Dominique Reiniche, Europe Chairman of Coca-Cola.|
|Former model and current singer/songwriter, Carla Bruni-Sarkozy may not be French but she is married to France’s former president, Nicolas Sarkozy.|
|Inés de la Fressange wears her blazer all-the-time.|
From today’s photos you can see, once again, how this perfect jacket is a natural fit for every profession whether the women are on or off duty.