My Linnea Lund : Jeanne

My Linnea Lund : Jeanne

By clara Molinier

My Linnea Lund : Jeanne

Today, Jeanne joins us for this week's #MyLinneaLund. 

Every week we showcase members of the Linnea Lund community and have them share their views on their personal style and how they mix and match our iconic sweaters, cardigans, and accessories. It’s personal, it's easy, it's from the eye of the LL community, with love and care.

Jeanne embodies Linnea Lund's values : she's a kind-hearted person, with a sweet and colorful personality, who makes kindness a priority in her life.

She demonstrates her kindness daily through her career as a facialist. In her day to day life, people entrust her with their skin to do wonders; the massages and techniques she uses are adapted to the specificity of your face. 

Jeanne puts all her energy to make your face and spirit shine, as she believes in the importance of complete well-being. Her holistic point of view combined to her natural approach, customized for each person, shows we are truly on the same page. We both work for your well-being, along with nature. 

You are her muse, the canvas of her art being simply you : we share the same mindset, as we're inspired everyday by you and how you make our cashmere yours.

Jeanne loves Linnea Lund so much, as she found in our brand values she shares. Softness for the body & mind. 

Today, for My Linnea Lund, she talked about her style, how she incorporates LL in her wardrobe and everyday moods. 

How would you define your style?

Clearly Casual, with a dose of crazy or masculine or chic, depending on the mood.

What is your favorite color from the Linnea Lund palette?

BURGUNDY! Great passion! I have a short sleeve Julien and a burgundy long sleeve Julien, the Marcel. So chic. I'm definitely going to fall for a Burgundy Plaid too. Or maybe it's my Burgundian origins subtly expressing themselves.

How do you wear Linnea Lund cashmere?

On the skin! I'm a fanatic of the Julien; slipped under a heavy winter sweater or tucked into high-waisted mini shorts for a drink on the beach.

What objects do you think represent Sweden?

The cheese grater! Huge discovery. My Swedish friend gave me this strange object one day. It is still with me. And I found many other functions for it, perfect also for peeling cucumbers.
The Swedish horse. Souvenir offered by my sister after her trip to Sweden, as a wink to our passion for horses and riding.

To discover Jeanne's universe more in details, click here to visit her website.


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