It's no surprise that New Yorkers and Parisians are different in more ways than one. The French are less enthusiastic when it comes to trends, blowouts, and consistent manicures while Americans reserve their most casual looks for the weekend but are okay with wearing their workout clothes outside the gym.
But former Parisian/current New Yorker Camille Rowe knows about one major difference that just might surprise you. In an interview for Madewell, the model revealed that the French are nowhere close to the "sneakerhead" status of New York. "In Paris, I'd never wear sneakers. It's such a New York thing, like working out. It's almost taboo in Paris," said Rowe.
Want to get the right casual look? Shop the Parisian-approved flats below.