For its 20th anniversary, the Clarins Prize makes Laeticia Hallyday’s La Bonne Étoile shine
Hôtel Salomon de Rothschild13.03.2017 #lifestyle
Woman of the heart, a distinction that describes Laeticia Hallyday well. Her commitment to the protection of disadvantaged children has remained unfailing for ten years, not only through her work with UNICEF, for which she is an ambassador, but also through La Bonne Étoile, her foundation created in 2012 with her friend, star chef Hélène Darroze. She received from the hands of Christian and Olivier Courtin-Clarins the Clarins Prize which, since 1997, has supported these Women of the Heart invested in the protection of children. The prize was celebrated for the twentieth time in the presence of Clarins Women of the Heart such as Muriel Hattab, Nathalie Noah, former editor-in-chief of Vogue Spain Lisa Lovatt-Smith, or the very first of them, Christine Janin. Laeticia Hallyday went on stage to accept her award (a beautiful pink papillote) and deliver a moving speech evoking her commitment, with a thought for her husband whose illness the public recently learned. The guests, including swimmer Camille Lacourt, Jean Reno, Chantal Thomass and even the Racing 92 rugby players, then gathered on the first floor of the mansion to share a moment of conviviality in this sublime setting.