To vote in the second round of the Municipal elections on June 28, Brigitte Macron took out of her wardrobe a chic outfit, topped with a small luxury bag signed Louis Vuitton.
This Sunday, June 28, 2020 marks the day of second round of municipal elections, which had been interrupted during containment due to the risk of the spread of the Covid-19 epidemic. More than three months after the first round, the polling stations reopened their doors or in any case, those of 4,842 municipalities (since 30,000 others already chose their mayor on March 15). Several public figures have also come to vote, including Rachida Dati, Isabelle and Patrick Balkany, Martine Aubry, Jean-Luc Mélanchon, Agnès Buzyn, Christian Estrosi, Philippe Poutou, Anne Hidalgo, Edouard Philippe, Emmanuel and Brigitte Macron.
The presidential couple voted in Le Touquet (Pas-de-Calais). On this occasion, the Head of State and his wife wore protective masks. For her part, the First Lady arrived very elegant, as usual. She wore a three-quarter camel jacket that concealed a white top, dark blue skinny jeans and pumps. A simple and effective look that she accessorized with a shoulder bag color "imperial saffron". The least we can say is that this piece has what it takes to make a small impact. It is a creation in cow and calf leather, signed with the luxury brand Louis Vuitton and baptized "Dauphine Mini". This model is part of the Spring-Summer 2020 collection and is still worth the sum of 2,710 euros.
A first lady close to the leaders of LVMH
It's no secret that Brigitte Macron is a fashion fan. Always dressed in the biggest labels, she makes it a point of honor to promote French manufacturing. This is why, she very often wears Louis Vuitton clothes and leather goods during her public appearances. Moreover, she is close to the arnault family (who heads the LVMH group) and in particular Delphine Arnault, the deputy general manager of the famous brand. Most of the pieces she sports are thus loaned to her.
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