Monday, November 7, 2011

Peut-être Magazine Issue 2 GIVEAWAY!

I am uber excited about this next giveaway, courtesy of Nathalie, creative director, editor-in-chief and photographer of Peut-être Magazine.

Here's a giveaway that may interest young and old, male or female, size 0 or size 20...

Your very own hard copy of Issue 2 of Peut-être Magazine (RRP €28 + p&h)!

Filled to the brim with stunning photographs in its over 200 pages, each issue is closer to a book than a magazine, not only in its volume, but also with the dimensions of the beautiful images contained within it, allowing you to appreciate each intricate detail, taking you on a beautiful journey you must discover for yourself, including these exciting and exclusive features (along with some words by yours truly):

FOCUS ON JOHN NOLLET On the cover, French celebrity hairdresser John Nollet poses for a special dandy-ish Polaroid shoot and talks about his new place in Park Hyatt, his vision for the future, and his dreams.

BEHIND THE SCENES See the fashion insiders : Anna Dello Russo, Giovanna Battaglia, Face Hunter blogger Yvan Rodic ... Go behind the scenes at Paris Fashion Week and see what it's really like to be backstage at fashion shows : Manish Arora, Tsumori Chisato, Collette Dinnigan, Peachoo & Krejberg, Aganovich.

Fashion Insider: Anna Della Russo

MUSIC LIVE & POLAROID PORTRAITS A 24-page portfolio of Miles Kane, co-frontman of The Last Shadow Puppets, when he came to perform in Paris. Beautiful Polaroid pictures with his musicians next to the Seine River before the gig and thrilling live moments during Miles incredible performance.

INTERVIEW : PIERRE HERME Mouth-watering macaron pictures and an interview with couturier of patisserie, Pierre Hermé. He shares his inspirations, including rose flavours and his (bestseller) “Chanel Suit” Ispahan, as well as his made-to-measure workshop.

FOCUS ON KELSEY CLOSE Alaskan model Kelsey Close opens the doors to her model apartment in Paris for a candid photo shoot in her own clothes.

PORTFOLIO : PHOTOGRAPHER MISTUBAKO She tells us about her “Nostalagia Cyanogen” series, an awe-inspiring photographic collaboration with her grandfather. She combined her Polaroid pinhole pictures with the beautiful photographs her self-taught grandfather took in the early 20th century.

Peut-être Magazine, recently featured on Café Mode, is currently stocked at the Palais de Tokyo, Collette (love the labels stored at this cult fashion store), Agora Presse, Artazart, OFR and WHSmith in Paris, and can also be purchased online from Peut-être Magazine directly.

Peut-être at Colette

Peut-être in hotel San Régis in Paris (left) and "La suite de La Reine" at Le Pavillon de la Reine (right)

Peut-être at Palais de Tokyo


1) Have a look at Peut-être's Issue 1 and/or Issue 2 online.

2) Share with us in your comment below what was your favourite feature/article/interview/picture in Peut-être and why.

3) Please don't forget to include your email address in your comment, so we can contact the winner for their mailing address.

This giveaway is open to Australian and International readers (the magazine will be sent from Paris, France)

Entries close next Monday 14th of November.

That's it!
If you wish:
You can join the Peut-être Magazine Facebook page
Follow the Peut-être Scrapbook (Tumblr blog) HERE.

And can I just say, we are furiously working on Issue 3 and I'm infinitely excited about it! I don't want to spoil it for you, but I will share that the Haute Couture photos are absolutely watch this space!

all images above via Peut-être Magazine or Peut-être Scrapbook

And for those who entered the Maille giveaway, here is the lucky winner:

Congrats XS!


  1. I really enjoyed the behind the scenes from Lanvin. I absolutely adore everything they do... is my email

  2. I like so much all the detail photos in both issues, especially from Tsumori Chisato´s collection! Those are so inspiring!
    And who could resist the story and photos about John Nollet!

  3. love the part about john pollet.. many people dont see it, but you can also make art with hair!

  4. love your blog, keep it up!

  5. I miss French macarons so much! My favourite article is behind the scenes for Tsumori Chisato. I love the round retro sunnies! I have followed Peut-être on facebook. My email is


  6. I've finally had time to look through both issues - the photography is absolutely breathtaking! I also love the note from the editor - it's so nice to read something warm and meaningful rather than some superficial gloss on why pajama suits are so of-the-moment. This tone carried through particularly in the John Nollet article, which was my favourite - I've never heard of him, but my god, what a face! The LV trunks aren't bad either. Again, the photography here is just incredible - thank you for introducing me! x

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  7. Gorgeous and so beautifully put together. My favourite feature would have to be the profile on Peachoo & Krejberg. Amazing mix of 2 extremely different cultures.

  8. The Photography is beautiful. The polaroids of John Nollet are off the hook. Also, I love Peachoo and Krejberg. I have a fabulous leather vest of theirs.

  9. My favourite part of Peut-être is always the behind the scenes features. The Peachoo + Krejberg one showcased some incredible detailing and i'd never heard of the designers before so now I have a new favourite!