The Brazilian photographer Otto Stupakoff was a pioneer of fashion photography in his own country and he also had an international reputation. He lived in São Paulo, New York, Paris and even Bangkok, and throughout his career he worked for the great fashion magazines (Harpers Bazaar, Life, Esquire, Glamour, Look, Vogue…), and photographed the iconic figures of his time, in Barzil and elsewhere.
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