Grazia France

Shot by Louis Christopher

Louis Christopher, our NY based photographer, continues to create Mod-Simplicity with his new work in the Grazia France story. The use of natural light and great casting from IMG, help make the pictures look timeless and memorable. Portraiture style that is non comparable to many others, Louis has mastered simplicity in fashion photography. Below is some of our favorites.

Editorial, October, 2017

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