A style André Carrara likes to say that he came to photography and especially to fashion photography for the sake of women, and it is true that for more than 40 years he never stopped celebrating La Femme. He declaimed his ode over the pages of Vogue, Elle, Marie-Claire, Marie-Claire, Glamor, Mademoiselle, Madame Figaro, of which he was one of the closest collaborators. The man is discreet and humble. Yet his photographs have been circulating around the world, distributed to thousands of copies in leading fashion magazines in France and abroad. Sometimes in black and white, sometimes in color, in...
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