Philippine Leroy-Beaulieu, the French actress known for her role in “Emily in Paris,” showcases her sophisticated style on the cover of the January 26th, 2024 issue of Madame Figaro. Shot by photographer Luc Braquet, Leroy-Beaulieu presents a striking figure in a chic ensemble that includes a Falconeri top, Mac Douglas jupe and an EGONlab vest, complemented by a Cartier ring.
Stylist Agnès Poulle selected clothes from prestigious labels such as Maison Margiela, Sportmax, REV and Saint Laurent by Anthony Vaccarello, to create a dynamic and fashion-forward look. The grooming team, consisting of Rudy Marmet for hair, Fred Marin for make-up and Julie Areslanian for nails, enhances Philippine’s natural elegance.
At 60, Philippine Leroy-Beaulieu embodies a blend of elegance and strength, both on and off screen.
In “Emily in Paris,” Leroy-Beaulieu plays Sylvie, the formidable boss of the protagonist, Emily. Her performance has not only captivated audiences, but also garnered a significant social media following, with the hashtag #sylvieemilyinparis garnering over 1.7 million views on TikTok. Leroy-Beaulieu’s Sylvie is a celebration of ageless charm and confidence, a character that resonates with both young and mature audiences.
Despite her on-screen persona, Leroy-Beaulieu is remarkably down-to-earth in real life. She finds humor in the admiration of her young fans and believes that Sylvie’s appeal lies in her embodiment of a woman who ages fabulously.
Her journey hasn’t always been smooth. After a bright start in her twenties, Leroy-Beaulieu chose to step away from the spotlight to embrace motherhood and personal growth.
Leroy-Beaulieu’s return to the screen is not about revenge, but about collaboration and emancipation. She represents a model of liberation from age-related stereotypes, advocating a life beyond the pursuit of perfection.