Héloïse Brion’s early life was rhythmed by mealtimes—from her childhood in Florida, where her mother proudly upheld the tradition of the French family dinner, to summers spent in the Pyrenees, where her grandmother cooked over a wood-fire oven. Her passion for food—always respectful of the seasons and the origins of her products—followed her back to France, where she pursued a career in fashion.
What initially began as a whimsical pastime turned into Miss Maggie’s Kitchen, her brand that blends cooking, travel, and lifestyle in a perfect alchemy. Her innate talent for style and entertaining stems from her informal American approach to life mixed with her inherent French flair.
Héloïse Brion worked for fifteen years in the fashion industry before deciding to pursue her passion for cooking. Since 2017, she has published quarterly recipe journals, contributed recipes to Elle à Table, worked in catering, and held cooking classes at venues like French in Calabasas, California, and at My Little Paris in France.
She sells themed lifestyle boxes and travel souvenirs from the Miss Maggie’s Kitchen website. Christophe Roué is a portrait, fashion, and lifestyle photographer and a film director.