On December 4th, 2014, at the Hôtel de Sauroy, a dozen photographs will be on display. Unclothed strangers languish on the cliffs of Etretat or in the crimson aisles of the opera house. This is the sketch for a photo book that Sonia Sieff is working on. Alice, Mâati, Charlène, Nadine, Aurélia and Giulia make up the first few chapters of a book scheduled to be released next year and which might be called, in a somewhat old-fashioned way, French Women at Home or French Women by Season. Alice Mâati, Charlèene, Nadine, Arélia, Giulia… And Sonia?
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