'I am not Parisian': Deconstructing the myth of French femininity

They're effortlessly chic, eat croissants but never put on weight, and casually quote Sartre and de Beauvoir at the dinner table. It's an image of French femininity that abounds in popular culture, but what if it's nothing but a pernicious myth? We speak to journalist Alice Pfeiffer about her new book, "I am not Parisian".