I've started to photograph the backstage of the Haute Couture in Paris at the beginning of the Millennium, before Internet and the communication obsession, when it was still a place of peace and concentration. We were only five photographers, always the same five, dancing like butterflies around the models dressed in utopic costumes, trying to be as invisible as we could.
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