Caroline de Maigret is a French Model, Music Producer and Writer.
After brief Modern Literature studies at La Sorbonne University, Caroline became an international fashion model. Working with Steven Meisel, Mert & Marcus or Inez & Vinoodh and being the face of main fashion houses like Prada, Louis Vuitton or Lancôme, Caroline is now Chanel Ambassadress since 2013.
With Chanel, she travels the world sharing the story of the House, the love of their creations, giving style talks and expressing views on women.
She also writes and directs web videos for Chanel, I-D magazine, Vogue US, The New York Times or The Tate Modern which she produces always with a great sense of humor, counting millions of views.
With her partner Yarol Poupaud, the father of their son Anton (2006), they own Bonus Tracks Records, a french music company producing albums and composing film score. In 2011, it was nominated for a Cesar Award as Best Soundtrack for the movie "Bus Palladium".
Caroline de Maigret is one of the co-author of the 2014 International Best Seller "How to be Parisian wherever you are" and is releasing a new book in Fall 2019 with the same authors called "Older But Better, But Older".
She is an activist for women's rights and conditions, with different NGOs like Care Plan international, raises funds for Health and research with Sauver La vie program and campaigns against plastic with No More Plastic.