Eva Jeanbart-Lorenzotti has been a luxury retailer for more than a decade. She curated a worldly accessories collection before curating was a buzzword and launched one of the first shoppable magazines, vivre.com. The philanthropist and mother of two has been one of Vogue’s 10 most stylish women in fashion—and now she’s adding Observer columnist to her résumé (which, as it happens, also includes an early stint in investment banking at Lazard Frères). Read More
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