Editorial & Business
La lettre is two months old: exactly 9 weeks. We can talk about her like a baby, because she is still a baby. For three weeks, she suffered from infantile sicknesses. She refused to speak French, confused the days of the week, and pretended she couldn’t remember what she had done the day ...
25.12.2010[ read full story ]
For fashion and advertising photographer Claude Guillaumin, the two
most magical Christmas cities are New York and Strasbourg. For 23
years (his daughter’s age), he has been visiting and photographing
these cities during the holiday season. “I love the magic of t...
27.12.2010[ read full story ]
Leon Gimpel (1873 – 1948) was one of the greatest staff reporters for L’illustration, but also loved experimenting. Among his creations, a series of autochromes (the first color process developed by the Lumière brothers) of the Christmas lights in Paris tha...
28.12.2010[ read full story ]
There is a rare moment during the weeks leading up to the New Year,
the moment when the holiday greeting card from Elliott Erwitt arrives.
Amidst the onslaught of impersonal cards lacking any creativity, the
picture he designs with his wife, for the tenth straight year, lights<...
29.12.2010[ read full story ]
New York, 1969. Claude Guillaumin begins working for Glamour magazine. Several years later, this photographer returned to France where he would work for Vogue, Elle, Marie-Claire, Le Jardin des Modes. He then began taking traval ...
30.12.2010[ read full story ]
This is not a calendar, but a political statement. The From’ Girls calendar defends French values and art de vivre. Profits will be donated to the Association for Local Cheeses (Association des fromages de terroir) to help fund their fight for biodiversity, guaranteeing the beauty o...
31.12.2010[ read full story ]
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