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by Emma Elwin on 20 August, 2014

Känner ni igen den här fröken på framsidan av How to be Parisian- boken som kommer finnas i butik nu till hösten?

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Känner ni igen den här fröken på framsidan av How to be Parisian- boken som kommer finnas i butik nu till hösten?


8 Comments

Emma Elwin: Blev lite franskare på illustrationen än i verkligheten... ;)
August 22, 2014

Emma Elwin: Thank you so so much!!! xxx
August 21, 2014

Sara: Coolt ju<3
August 21, 2014

In My Dreams: that is funny and awesome!!! www.inmydreams.ca/
August 21, 2014

Eva: Hi Emma. This is so funny... I got an email in May from Penguin Random House publisher, where there was a photo attached, found on my Pinterest account and I was asked if I knew who had the copyright to it so that the photo could potentially be used on a book cover. I had no idea about the copyright but I recognized you on the photo and replied that info to Random house... and Voila ! :) I have to get my hands on that book now :) xxx Eva www.dusty-reykjavik.blogspot.com
August 20, 2014

Julia: Ja, men varför röker hon/du? :)
August 20, 2014

Julia: Vad kul! Vet du var man kommer kunna få tag på den i Stockholm?
August 20, 2014

caroline: wow!! men om det ar nagong som vet hur man klar sig perfectly efftorless sa ar det du :) x
August 20, 2014

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