My Linnea Lund : Laura Tenoudji

My Linnea Lund : Laura Tenoudji

By Charlie Tiani

My Linnea Lund : Laura Tenoudji

Each week, we invite a member of the Linnea Lund community to share their perspective on fashion. Together, we talk about their relationship to clothes, their wardrobe and how they like to mix and match our iconic cashmere pieces. And, of course, it's exciting and full of delicacy and love.

This time, it's Laura Tenoudji, journalist, who is the #MyLinneaLund woman of the week!

She has long been nicknamed the "Laura of the Web" for her well-intentioned columns about the latest Internet discoveries. She has been a journalist for more than twenty years for France Télévisions and now for TV 5 Monde. And because Laura never settles down, she also organizes live meetings every Monday on her Instagram account to highlight talented and innovative entrepreneurs. From this busy life, between Nice and Paris, and punctuated by constant traveling, Laura has taken a passion for hotels which are her second home. In her suitcases, she always carries color and feminine pieces that can be translated into suit pants one day, and a young designer dress the next. The important thing for Laura is to be comfortable in her clothes so that she can live her life at a thousand miles an hour!


Like Charlotte, the founder of Linnea Lund, Laura has Swedish origins. An inheritance from her beloved aunt who used to tell her stories of this country that she learned to know and love through these stories passed on in her childhood. So her love at first sight for Sweden, Linnea Lund and Charlotte, goes without saying! And it is in one of these charming Parisian hotels, where Charlotte has her habits, that the journalist receives us, dressed in our cashmere sleeveless sweater, the Berit, in its Curcuma version, to tell us about her wardrobe and the Linnea Lund pieces she loves.


How would you define your style?

Feminine above all!

What is your favorite color from the Linnea Lund palette?

Yellow.

How do you wear Linnea Lund cashmere?

A thousand different ways, that's what I love about Linnea Lund.

What object represents Sweden to you?

Designed furniture.