Cole Sprouse: A Story of Rebirth Captured by Niccolò Lapo Latini
Ready to examine the world through his camera lens, Sprouse seeks to define "the spaces" we occupy. He's now opened his first official website to exhibit his best works with a selection of limited edition prints for sale worldwide.
Storytellers, Image-Makers, Movers & Shakers: The Legacy of Fashion Photographers
From the refined studio portraits of the 1950s to the high-concept glamour shots of the ‘90s, frequent L’OFFICIEL contributing photographers Roland Bianchini, Patrick Bertrand, Hiromasa Sasaki, and Francesco Scavullo ushered in a new art form.
1960s Housewife and Photographer Kali Might be the Greatest Forgotten Artist of Her Time
For over 40 years, the photographer Joan Archibald—also known as Kali—quietly created some of the most captivating and rather disquieting images of Southern California. In a new book, a trove of photos by an unsung master is celebrated.