Willy Rizzo started taking picture at eighteen before being hired by France Dimanche to cover the first Cannes Film Festival and becoming one of the pillars of Paris Match and a contributor to Vogue magazine for over 20 years. In 1996, in Rome, for his friends at first, he designed elegantly simple furniture that was both contemporary and avant-garde.
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