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Magazine articles about her appear in cooler-than-thou fashion publications such as Lula (accompanied by her own drawings), Jalouse, i-D (she was chosen for the cover by the Balenciaga designer Nicolas Ghesquière), as well as the more established style bibles such as French Vogue and American Harper's Bazaar.
Her style is the sort of mixture of high fashion and playful high-street or vintage finds that only the young and beautiful can pull off.
She resembles a young Jane Birkin, only less pleased with herself and not coquettish at all.
Poésy, who speaks perfect English, made her breakthrough in 2004, playing Mary, Queen of Scots in a big BBC Two drama, Gunpowder, Treason & Plot, opposite Paul Nicholls and Robert Carlyle.
Her hair is tucked simply behind her ears and her face is clean of make-up.
The actress is extremely private, telling the Evening Standard when asked about her love life that ‘I never talk about it at all’, although it was recently reported that she’d split from her fiancé Emeric Glayse.
That role, she says, 'was when I felt that acting could actually become my job rather than something I was trying out'.
Poésy, whose father is a theatre director and mother a teacher, had already been acting for five years when she starred as Mary. A few things, things I could still see myself doing. That thing [she puts on a little-girl voice], ''Oh, I just did an audition and I didn't want to get it but I just got chosen." I don't buy that. You have to want to get it.'I suppose, I say, it must be hard finding interesting character parts when you look the way you do.
In 2014, she became the poster girl for the Love Story fragrance from Chloé.
She's the face of Chloé's new scent, gets to kiss Colin Farrell in her latest film and is queen of the scene back home in Paris.