Guy Bourdin revolutionized fashion photography in the late 20th century, as did Helmut Newton. Both were the star photographers of Vogue Paris and produced some iconic images of that era working for the major international fashion houses. While their medium was the magazine, they approached it with avant-garde point of view and sharp humor. Unique as they were, they both...
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