The Revolutionaries of Oh La La Land, Part 1: Jane Fonda, André Saraiva, Ludo Lefebvre, and Sophia Amoruso

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We asked luminaries of Parisian and Los Angeles culture to handwrite the rules of life in Oh La La Land, and set the stage for a new revolution.

JANE FONDA

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The incomparable actress, author, activist, model, and fitness guru is a two-time Oscar winner, and recipient of the AFI Life Achievement Award. Daughter of storied filmmaker Henry Fonda, Jane revolutionized how people worked out during the ‘80s with her immensely popular line of home aerobics videos. 

ANDRÉ SARAIVA

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A Swedish artist, restaurateur, and hotelier who continually evolves the definition of creativity, Saraiva came to prominence as an artist on the streets of Paris in the 1980s. He has collaborated with Louis Vuitton, Nike, Levi’s, Chanel, and Tiffany & Co. He recently opened the new Hôtel Grand Amour in Paris’ 10th Arrondissement.

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LUDO LEFEBVRE

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French chef, author, and television personality, Lefebvre energized the Los Angeles culinary scene with his influential restaurants Trois Mec and Petit Trois. Two of his establishments have received the prestigious Mobil guide five-star award, and Relais & Châteaux named him one of the world’s 50 greatest chefs.

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SOPHIA AMORUSO

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Founder of the highly successful clothing company Nasty Gal, and the author of the best-selling book #Girlboss (2014), Amoruso revolutionized the fashion industry with her line of affordable high-fashion-esque clothes after starting out selling vintage finds on eBay.

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Jane Fonda and Ludo Lefebvre illustrations by Fahren Feingold.

Sophia Amoruso and Andres Saraiva illustrations by Connie Lim.

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