He was part of the Blow-Up generation! Of all the French fashion photographers, it was he who monopolised most of the western magazines, from the Vogues to Bazaar, from Nova to Twen, from Jardin des Modes to Elle, from 20 Ans to Marie Claire in the 70s and the beginning of the 80s.
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