Studio Willy Rizzo in Paris is exhibiting 50 original black and white and color photographs by the Franco-Italian photographer. Every “fashion” photographer is the great witness of an era. They have a double vision: that of a creator and that of a photographer. With originality, rigor, creative development, the fashion photographer serves clothing and its maker. Willy Rizzo was a master chameleon of this difficult art of showing, respecting and protecting style. “I was in love with my work, and a photographer needs to experiment with different techniques,” he said. “For me, fashion is the most difficult discipline. It requires...
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