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  • n. Plural form of Parisienne.


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  • The women seemed to have become careless, an unusual thing in Parisiennes: they even painted badly; and it is a sin to paint – badly.

    The Romance of Isabel, Lady Burton

  • Well, here is another kind of Parisiennes, that most French know and appreciate.


  • Twenty years later, entrants into the career training program could be waved through as fluent in French after little more than spending half an hour of schoolboy patter with two elderly Parisiennes.

    Magic and Mayhem

  • There are shows from some of the most important names in fashion, but there's also the inimitable street style busted out by les Parisiennes in honor of the week, and it's truly something to behold.

    Paris Fashion Week Street Style (PHOTOS, POLL)

  • Astrid, of course, found my leather jackets and scuffed boots distressingly punk, but she was far away, and I basked in the novel sensation of being admired, even a little envied, by these sleek, and rather silly Parisiennes.

    Dreaming in French

  • Les écoles parisiennes entre 1150 et 1220, Paris: Vrin.

    Medieval Theories of Analogy

  • Though it gets dissed by LT in its current incarnation, Mayotte Mahora is discontinued and has reappeared in Guerlain's Les Parisiennes exclusive bee bottle collection, I still find it a lovely tropical.

    Perfume Review: Guerlain Mahora

  • I sat down at the writing desk and gazed into the elegant square below, where a few bon-chic-bon-genre Parisiennes were walking their tiny dogs and their Barbour-jacketed children.

    The Little Lady Agency and the Prince

  • For weekend breakfasts, I love the Crepes Parisiennes in Shadyside.

    It's not Iams: The Buckwheat Digressions

  • Seeing your doggie makes me wish we had one (but it would be too cruel to keep a dog in a Paris apartment, even though thousands of Parisiennes do keep dogs). by paris parfait

    One Deep Breath-Close Up


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