She is a renowned fashion and portrait photographer, having beautifully interpreted her visions for Vogue, Elle, L’Officiel to name a few, as well as ad campaigns for some of the biggest fashion houses. Dominique Issermann has reached iconic status, having been dubbed by France as a Knight of the Order of Arts and Letters and of the Order of Merit. Here she sits down with us amidst the final preparations for her upcoming exhibition on Laeticia Casta at Paris’ Maison European de la Photographie, opening January 18th, and the book launch of the exhibition's 33 photos, published by Xavier Barral. Enter and view…
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