Paris Mode - 100 photos de légende
"There is no fashion if it does not go down the street," said Gabrielle Chanel who was the first to entrust photographers to immortalize his models outdoors. On the banks of the Seine, Place Vendôme, on the boulevards, in Montmartre or Les Halles, the poses are freer than in the studio and the clichés weave the common legend of couture and Paris. From the Séeberger brothers to Richard Avedon, Guy Bourdin, Jean-Philippe Charbonnier, Georges Dambier, Frank Horvat, William Klein, Jacques Rouchon, Jeanloup Sieff and Mario Testino, the greatest photographers deliver their singular vision of Parisian chic.
Beyond the ages, and still long after their taking, their images do not stop making us dream.