Garance Doré

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Garance Doré
Born Corsica, France
Nationality French
Occupation Blogger, Illustrator, Photographer, Author
Website Garance Doré

Garance Doré (born May 1, 1975 in Corsica, France) is a French photographer, illustrator and author, best known for her fashion blog.


Doré, born Mariline Fiori, was working as a freelance illustrator in France before beginning her blog, in 2006. Her original illustrations have been featured by Louis Vuitton, Dior, Kate Spade, and Gap.[1] Shortly after beginning her blog, Doré began incorporating writing into her posts.

In 2007, Doré began to feature photography of people around Paris on her blog, a format now known as “streetstyle”. Since this time, she has worked with Chloé, Chopard, David Yurman, Tiffany & Co., and J. Crew on photography collaborations.[1] She was named in a New York Times article as the "guardian of all style".[2]

In 2009, Doré began creating video content for her blog. Within a few months she was collaborating on video content with major brands, such as Dior, Chopard, Tiffany & Co., Petit Bateau, J. Crew, Max Mara and Kering,[1] and, in 2012, had developed her own YouTube series "Pardon My French".[3] Previous “Pardon My French” episodes have focused on Fashion Week and interviews with Stella McCartney,[4] Jenna Lyons,[5] Dries van Noten[6] and Anna Dello Russo.[7] In 2012, Doré and then-boyfriend Scott Schuman won the Council of Fashion Designers of America Media Award. [8]

In 2014 Doré and long time boyfriend Scott Schuman, of The Sartorialist,[9] announced the end of their relationship.[10]

In 2016, Doré became engaged to jazz musician, Chris Norton.

She currently resides in New York City.


Doré's work has been featured in Harper’s Bazaar, GQ, Vogue, Self Service and French Elle (magazine). Her work as a photographer, illustrator and author has appeared in a variety of publications, including The New York Times, T: The New York Times Style Magazine, New York Magazine, Vogue, British Vogue, The Guardian, and Elle (magazine).[11]


In 2012, Doré and Schuman won the CFDA’s Eugenia Sheppard Media Award, and were the first bloggers to receive this award.


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