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Tim O'Connor
09:41 PM on 04/21/2011
that's not topless.
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Lozange
Aiming around wondrously
08:11 PM on 04/21/2011
Maybe the Huff Post writer might like to finish committing to memory, formulate a thought then write something more legible than off-the-cuff remarks that would land better on a notepad than in an article. The tone here doesn't do Ines de la Fressange justice whatsoever. But what to expect?
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nsmavrik
Intelligence over Obedience
07:54 PM on 04/21/2011
"Photoshop helped"?

Then you weren't topless.
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Uncle Rico
Sailing the Seas of Cheese
07:49 PM on 04/21/2011
Dang, that's one sexy lady.
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StevieTheK
On n'oublie rien, rien du tout
06:45 PM on 04/21/2011
She's a woman who was blessed with superb looks and she's managed to retain them. Good for her. Moving on...
06:41 PM on 04/21/2011
Well gosh, I like her! Shucks!
But, you know...I live in a major Northeast U.S. city with a rather health conscious population, and the idea of a woman of 52 looking really, really good isn't something that should shock us anymore.
10:30 AM on 04/24/2011
Thank you! I know plenty of women in their 40's and 50's who look great. I myself am 48 and get much more male attention now than I did when I was 28. Not that I'm a raving beauty but I clean up pretty good and take care of myself!
06:23 PM on 04/21/2011
Her book, Parisian Chic
is marvelous and reflect her personality as well as her style.

She's naturally beautiful.

Diana
Atlanta
06:23 PM on 04/21/2011
She looks like my mother.
06:01 PM on 04/21/2011
Met her once, years ago, she was at Macy's, promoting Coco. She was gorgeous and extremely nice.
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Kitten Kramer
America has lost the dream a long time ago
05:54 PM on 04/21/2011
These people that take off their clothes in public must be very insecure and really attention is the worst way. I can think of many ways to get attention and it all involves being dresses and going good deads.
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bbertaud
Je ne regrette rien, rien de rien
06:06 PM on 04/21/2011
I smell a whiff of pure and pristine envy
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Kitten Kramer
America has lost the dream a long time ago
11:20 PM on 04/22/2011
No, I am one that just believes in not taking off my clothes to promote myself, I feel that there is also something called the mind that is just as important as the whole body. Never been a jealous person, way to much energy spent on that and I don't like wasting my time on being negative. Using the mind in a healthy way can also bring attention to ones self.
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jfraser95
06:39 PM on 04/21/2011
It might even involve being dressed and doing good deeds.
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ANuttyReader
05:52 PM on 04/21/2011
Gorgeous!
05:48 PM on 04/21/2011
Thank goodness for women like Ines.
She is Naturally beautiful, with a relaxed openness, and an easygoing elegance
05:47 PM on 04/21/2011
She looks FANTASTiC & not at all over-photoshopped.
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Onertwo19
05:13 PM on 04/21/2011
Why doesn't Julia Louis-Dreyfus pose nude already??
04:35 PM on 04/21/2011
Photoshop for sure, but it also helps to be naturally thin. Thin people age differently.