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Thierry LeGouès

About The Author

Top French fashion photographer Thierry Le Gouès began his career shooting for Conde Nast in 1986. His fashion, documentary, and editorial photography has appeared in publications internationally including Vogue and l’Uomo Vogue, Lei, Per Lui, Amica, and Marie Claire in Italy; Glamour, Vogue Homme International, and Vogue in France; Arena, Vogue, i-D., The Face, Harper’s Bazaar, and Elle in England; and Harper’s Bazaar, Allure, Detour, Interview, Vogue, W, and Flaunt in the United States. He is also one of the founders of the magazine French Revue de Modes. Renowned for his soldi, innovative is, to many; extremely straightforward, recognizable, and classic. Figuratively speaking, Thierry’s style may serve as a model for its immediacy and openness of content, an ethic—more than an aesthetic—principle, witnessed in his magazine work and editorial campaigns.

Le Gouès’ international advertising campaigns include Nike, Levi’s, Hermès, Yves Saint Laurent, Fendi, Moschino, Vuitton, Gucci, Pierre Cardin, Cartier, and Paco Rabanne, and he has captured celebs such as Beyoncé, David Duchovny, Pete Doherty, Lenny Kravitz, Neymar, and Sharon Stone. The 90s is the fourth book to be published by powerHouse Books. It follows the landmark book of black nude modesl Soul (1998), Cuban culture style bible Popular (2000), and the deep dive sport meditation Havana Boxing Club (2015). Le Gouès is based in Paris.

Books by Thierry LeGouès