The worst kept secret in the American fashion world is French women. That is to say, French women are content gold for fashion websites—if you publish a "French Girl Style" post, clicks will come. It's not entirely surprising, there's something very alluring, very mysterious—a special je ne sais quoi —about the inimitable chicness of Parisian females. So when we saw that French photographer Sonia Sieff daughter of Jeanloup Sieff who famously photographed Yves Saint Laurent, Catherine Deneuve, and Jane Birkin among others was releasing a book of nudes, specifically French nudes, we were intrigued.
What does this mean, exactly? Oft-debated questions about the female gaze spring to mind, and while such a topic is implict throughout the project, for Sieff it was more about the relationships that the process of capturing these images required. I started with women I knew for a long time — then it was easier to convince the other ones. Most importantly her subjects are united in their ambition: their drive to create. Some of them are thin, some are 40, some are The idea was to picture different personalities. It was addictive, the psychological element of this project — I had to convince all those women to follow me, to trust me. Some of the women are very comfortable with their body, and could undress very easily, while for some of them perhaps it was the first time, and certainly the last time that they would do this. It was the exactly the opposite. We spoke, we asked their friends — everything is linked to them.
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