Sabina Socol is a personality who counts in the very closed world of digital entrepreneurship. Her company: herself. Or rather her image. Two or three photographs per week to the delight of some 130,000 followers. On the lookout for a detail that will make all the difference, everyone agrees on one point: Sabina has the art – and the means – to make something out of nothing. With a baby face and Bardot pout, the silhouette of this Parisian is displayed from Pigalle To Square Gardette, a little patch of green set in the 11th arrondissement. The journalist’s year-round bolthole and it’s here that we meet her. After years spent around Montmartre, Sabina has made her choice. That of friends. All of whom live within a maximum radius of 500 metres. It is in order to receive them in the best possible way that the columnist (Who What Wear – Into The Gloss) chose a certain type of furniture. A big velvet sofa, heaps of cushions, berber rugs: Sabina’s living room is as welcoming as it is faithful to her friendships. To love and not count the cost: could be the motto of this old space, modernised by a choice of bold colours. Green for freshness, pink for depth. A perfect match as is often the case in fashion, her other area of expertise. Encounter with a socialite who is as one with her decor.