Valentino smokes a cigarette at Maxime’s, Yves Saint Laurent poses in a designer armchair in his rue de Babylone garden, Gianni Versace take pride of place as the patriarch at the family table in Milan. These kinds of images mark a mythic time period: that of the late 1970s and early 1980s. A time, and especially its emblematic figures, captured by photographer Guy Marineau. Guy Marineau was one of the society photographers. The beginning of his career is a nice story. In 1971, he left Béarn for Paris. Getting off the train at seven in the morning, his first interview,...
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