As early as 1950, Saint-Tropez was already more than a fishing village and had become a second home to the Parisian high society that strolled to and fro under Willy Rizzo’s bemused and festive gaze. Everyone who was anyone would congregate beneath the Mediterranean sun, whether at mythical banquets or improvised parties. Willy Rizzo immortalized all the protagonists, from Brigitte...
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