Paolo Roversi is one of the most esteemed fashion photographers currently working. His preference for work in his Paris studio, a back drop of a ragged grey blanket, bare timber boards and a selection of beaten up chairs and stools providing the only set required by Roversi, has enabled photographs which in the most minimal way catch the heart and mind of his subjects.
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