When it comes to making mistakes, I’m something of an expert.
My therapist might argue that to err is human and presents valuable opportunity for learning.
I agree and that is why, to date, my rulebook for life contains such sage gems as: Never Cut One’s Own Hair (Lesson Learned: No. 24), Never Eat More Than You Can Carry (Lesson Learned: No. 755), Never Touch An Electrical Socket With Wet Hands (Lesson Learned: No. 1096).
Seriously, on that latter point. Ouch!
I try, as the twilight years of my thirties approach, to celebrate those imperfect and ever increasing facets of my character. It is a task made difficult by the knowledge that, walking amongst us, are those who seem never to tread erroneously.
The infallible, faultless ones.
Genetic and maternal advantage aside, these images of a beautiful Julia Restoin-Roitfeld – attending the Vogue Paris 90th Anniversary Masquerade Ball and gilted by Pucci lace – suggest that she is comfortably one of their number.
Even if her boobies threaten to take their own step out of line…