In the mid-1960s, Pierre left for New York. He was the first person to discover what would become, over the next twenty years, the Eldorado for young French photographers: the Condé Nast and Hearst groups. Jean-Paul Goude, Guy Bourdin, Mike Reinhardt, Claude Guillaumin, Patrick Demarchelier, Gilles Bensimon, André Carrara and Guy le Baube would later follow. For a time they were the kings of the city. Here is an album of their memories.
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