Jean-Francois Lepage

Jean-Francois Lepage [born in Paris, France] is a French photographer. Lepage began his photographic career in Paris in 1980. His early editorial work was featured in magazines such as Marie-Claire and Condé Nast Publications in Italy. Since 1980, Jean-François Lepage has undertaken campaigns for Comme des Garcons, Jil Sander, Lanvin, Masaki Matsushima, Nina Ricci and Shu Uemura, his work was published in many international magazines such as Amica Italia, Another Magazine [Man], Common and Sense, Harper's Bazaar, Numero, Purple Magazine and Vogue. In 2009 to celebrate its 20th anniversary, the French fashion association ANDAM gave Jean-François Lepage free rein to interpret the vision of the fashion awards prize winners, Martin Margiela, Viktor & Rolf, Jeremy Scott and Gareth Pugh..., publishing a photography essay of the model Hannelore Knuts in the book "Modernes": 20 years of contemporary fashion. Jean-Francois has three children Vincent, Nuage and Norma, he lives in Paris.

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