This fashion faux pas during the legislative elections that Internet users have not forgiven her for, “She went to the sales at Kiabi”

This fashion faux pas during the legislative elections that Internet users have not forgiven her for, “She went to the sales at Kiabi”
This fashion faux pas during the legislative elections that Internet users have not forgiven her for, “She went to the sales at Kiabi”

For this second round, which was held on Sunday July 7,

Julie Good gave up coming with his
Hermes bag Constance worth 22,500 euros, but could not resist replacing it with another sharp piece.

A subtle accessory, which only the fans of mode were able to recognize at first glance.

Julie Gayet, her Hermès bag at 22,500 euros which had caused teeth to grind during the first round of the legislative elections

On June 30, during the first round of
2024 legislative electionsJulie Gayet appeared at the polling station in an outfit that went viral on social media, mainly because of the value of her Hermès bag. From then on, Internet users quickly denounced this “immoral left“, despite the fact that this bag is among the most popular of the famous French luxury house. Designed in 1967 at the request of Jean-Louis Dumas, who headed Hermès from 1978 to 2006, this model of bag that Julie Gayet owns, was created by a designer of Hermès, then pregnant, who had given it the name of her daughter.

This model of leather goods, combining an urban and city style with a timeless sportswear touch, has not managed to mitigate the criticisms on its cost, nor to make us forget this clumsiness during the second round of the elections. As if premeditated, the
companion of François Hollande did not clearly wish to renew the controversy and played the card of
discretion this July 7, while paying tribute to another French fashion house.

Julie Very “went to the sales at Kiabi“: Internet users are being ironic about the new look of François Hollande’s partner

They were waiting for him at the turn. After having made a handful of French citizens grind their teeth who had denounced a “immoral left“On social media, Julie Gayet seems to have listened to their discontent. And for good reason, the 52-year-old actress and producer played the sobriety card during the second round of the 2024 legislative elections.

For this second round politics, Julie Gayet and her partner, lFormer President François Hollandewho joined the Élysée in May 2012, travelled to Tulle, in the Corrèze department in Nouvelle-Aquitaine, to vote in this second round of the 2024 legislative elections. A media appearance for the couple, who probably did not expect internet users to bring up last week’s “fashion faux pas” again.Julie Gayet has learned the lesson of the first round! She went to the sales at Kiabi yesterday afternoon“, we can read in the comments on X (Twitter) the day after the elections.”This time, she didn’t dare, as in the first round, to display her Hermès bag (among others)! at €25,000“, “(…) The streets of Tulle are not safe. The Hermès bag worth €22,500 that Julie Gayet was showing off in the first round was stolen…” or “No more handbag, hold on, hold on” other Internet users outbid and joke.

If Julie Gayet did not profile her Hermès bag, she preferred a simple one Case sketched by the Parisian house AMI. A luxury house certainly, but a low cost accessory, since it costs around a hundred euros, or even less when it is on sale. However, this has not stopped its detractors from repeating the same thing: “With a handbag from Kiabi this time“.

The results of the second round of the 2024 legislative elections

Although having come out on top in the first round of the legislative elections with 33.4% of the vote, according to the results relayed by the Ministry of the Interior, the National Rally and its allies suffered a defeat this Sunday evening.
The New Popular Front is the winnerthe left-wing alliance essentially composed of the PS, the LFI, the Ecologists and the PCF, won this second round by collecting more than 180 deputies, having blocked the extreme right. Although no absolute majority won, for Jean-Luc Mélenchon, Emmanuel Macron has “theIt is our duty to call on the New Popular Front to govern” as specified by BFMTV.

This Monday, July 8, the day after the elections, the Prime Minister
Gabriel Attal handed over his resignation to Emmanuel Macron
who, despite everything, has the right to refuse it, if we refer to article 8 of the Constitution of October 4, 1958. But who could succeed Gabriel Attal, if a change is made?

-

-

PREV Prince Harry back in the royal family without Meghan? This theory is not so crazy
NEXT “I never intended to…”