As Black as Midnight on a Moonless Night, for A magazine issue 6, curated by Veronique Branquinho
Yes; you can run but you can’t hide…
Maison Martin Margiela F/W 11
Give Me a S. Anna de Rijk photographed Viviane Sassen for Double Magazine
Do it yourself hair wash
“Comme des Garçons” photographed by Sophie Delaporte for Idoménée Fashion Book Spring/Summer 2013.
Sur Le Pont. Sigrid Agren photographed by Viviane Sassen for Numéro #123, May 2011
Philippe Stark, Hudson NYC
We keep an eye on you!
Photo by Maynard Owen Williams.
From “Paris Lives Again,” National Geographic, December, 1946.
Statues and Children Frame the Eiffel Tower and Its Watery Image
When the Germans occupied Paris, they housed a beacon light in the Tower to guide their night planes. The victorious United States Army requisitioned this landmark as a radar transmission point. Last March the Americans gave it back to the French. Completed in 1889 for the Universal Exhibition, the 984-foot structure was the world’s tallest until 1929, when New York City erected the Chrysler and Empire State Buildings. Statues stand beside the Museum of French Monuments at the Place du Trocadéro.