To start with, there was the brilliant title: L’Insensé (which translates as Mad). On top of that, the publication was designed by two young women as charming as they are passionate: Elisabeth Nora and Vanessa van Zuylen. Over 25 years, the magazine brought us fresh topics, and above all helped us understand that from now on photography was pouring in...
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