Inside Jean-Marie Perier’s First Fashion Exhibition: ‘Designers’

Famed French photographer and film director Jean-Marie Perier has worked with some of the world’s most powerful brands and iconic musicians of the 20th century. Perier’s prominent career has spanned over several decades, from photographing The Beatles and Bob Dylan in the ’60s to directing iconic commercials for Coca-Cola and Nestlé. It was in the ’90s when Perier returned to his love of fashion photography when Elle magazine granted him the prerogative to produce a series of images called “The World of Fashion Designers.” This series went on to inspire his first exhibition, DESIGNERS, which features some of the industry’s most influential fashion designers, including Yves Saint-Laurent, Valentino, and Karl Lagerfeld. Click through to get a preview of this compelling image series, and see the exhibition in London at The Little Black Gallery, open to the public from September 14 to October 14, 2017.

From: Harper’s BAZAAR US

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