Jean-François Lepage

Photographer, Visual Artist

1960 –


Who is Jean-François Lepage?

Jean-François Lepage born in Paris in 1960, is a French photographer. His work at the intersection of painting, cinema and contemporary photography, represents a very different way of seeing the world of fashion. His approach is similar to that of the Plastic arts and illustrates a significant change in fashion photography.

Lepage began his photographic career in Paris in 1980 and made his first exhibition of portraits of the French actress isabelle Adjani in 1983. His early editorial work was featured in magazines such as Depeche Mode, 20 ans, Jill Magazine, Marie-Claire, Vogue UK... and Condé Nast Publications Publications in Italy. He photographed many top models including Naomi Campbell, Gisele Bündchen, Hannelore Knuts, Lara Stone, Rianne ten Haken and Kirsten Owen.

Since 1980, Jean- François Lepage has undertaken campaigns for Dior, Comme des Garcons, Jil Sander, Lanvin, Masaki Matsushima, Nina Ricci and Shu Uemura, his work was published in many international magazines such as Another Magazine, All Magazine, Bmm, Common & Sense, Double, Exit, Grey, GQ, Harper's Bazaar, Italian Amica, Mixte, Numero, Nylon, Purple, Self Service, 7000 magazine, Sleek, Stiletto, TAR magazine, Twill, Vogue and Wall Paper.

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Feb 22, 1960
  • France
Lived in
  • Paris

on July 23, 2013


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