Thank you, Lady Mellie. I knew she had some internships like you mentioned. I just think it's not quite enough to start one's own fashion house.
I wonder how Levi's feels about her cutting up their jeans? However that company can always use publicity. They have had a rocky road business wise for a long time, despite being such a well-known brand for about 170 years.
Jeans are French, de Nimes, made with this thick fabric from the French city of Nimes. There are still furious, because this pants were made for people working in rice Ponds of Camargue, because they could not walk in the water whole day. Lewis, selling them under his name, was an usurpator. he was forced to call the fabric denim, to remind the real origin. I doubt they will make any comment to a stylist in Paris.