Without resorting to hyperbole, let's just put it this way: Pretty much everyone in the room died and went to heaven.
But we were not at all prepared for what would happen when Schuman interviewed Doré about her life and career onstage at the French Institute Alliance Française (FIAF) on Thursday night.
Schuman: We all know Garance is one of the most beautiful women in the world, one of the most stylish. Doré: When she was 14, she just exploded in her beauty. You have to, you know.' There were guys like putting flowers at our door, and I'm not joking, it's true! Reach more people, reach more things, but still stay true... I think really the thing we're talking about every day with my team is how can we keep having fun, being free, and how can I be a business that protects the content that we're doing on the blog?
[Applause] But I also know that your sister is also incredibly beautiful.
Walton’s style is a refreshing change from what we are used to seeing everyday in magazines, Walton has built her style on the key pieces that she loves, accentuating her outfits, almost always, with a great pair of statement earrings and her signature bun.
“I watched the women in those films and their personalities and how they were portrayed through the clothes that they wore and the way that they moved.
Eventually Walton started using Instagram to share her various works with the world, swiftly gaining traction within the fashion community, she now boasts 114,000 followers.
She can be spotted on the streets of New York, Paris, and Milan with her signature girlish hair braid, charming photographers like Scott Schuman (who also happens to be her boyfriend), and looking like she's the only one having any fun.
When Walton isn't having her picture taken, she's perched on the sidelines, doodling in her notebook all the best looks she just saw on the runway.
It was so hard that I decided I couldn't do that. She always says, ' I want to invite everyone into my world! I live in it, and it's a pretty great f--king world.
And then I picked up other music but I never went super deep in that because I was like, I can't have that life. Doré: How do you turn something that's small and intimate as a blog into something that can actually be bigger but keep the same spirit, you know?