Nostalgia, nostalgia. It was the time of the most beautiful film: Kodachrome, travels around the world without ever counting, saturated colors and sensuality released. It was the time when fifty or so handsome French fellows saw Blow Up and became fashion photographers, especially to seduce, and colonized the majority of Western fashion magazines.
Jean Daniel Lorieux was one of them. There is a tremendous sensuality in his images!
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