Normandie by Jean Moral - Fashion Eye

Jean Moral's career as an amateur photographer began with the first photos he took during the construction of the liner Normandie for Harper's Bazaar. The American fashion magazine allowed the young photographer to gain recognition with these photographs that caught the carefree spirit of France during the inter-war period. In 1935, Jean Moral was on board the Normandie for its maiden voyage and in 1939, in an increasingly tense international context, for a report published in the brand new magazine Match.
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Description

With the Fashion Eye collection, Louis Vuitton Editions strives to explore photographic creation while celebrating the art of travel. Title after title is built a heterogeneous sum of views that alternates according to destinations, urban panoramas and natural landscapes, scenes of local life and more contemplative shots, images in color and/or in black and white. Each book in the series includes a wide selection of large-format photographs.

Description & Features

Characteristics

Bilingual French/English editions
Silk-screen printed cloth binding
Printed on glossy paper

Authors
Jean Moral
Publisher
Louis Vuitton
Dimensions
24 x 31
Publication year
2021
Number of pages
128
EAN
9782369832225

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