Television Magazine Launch Party

Librairie L/OA


A freely abstract representation of twenty-four hours of zapping, Télévision magazine is a new biannual publication that shakes up the established codes of the fashion press.

Wednesday evening, the now empty but still famous L/OA (Library of Arts) welcomed the launch of the first paper issue. Founded by Matthieu Rocolle, Hugo Blanzat and Boris Camaca, Télévision is a publication that deals visually with subjects of society, the press, or fiction through fashion representation.

This’Debut Issue’ entitled TéléVU looks at the world of teleshopping and compiles images by Boris Camaca, still life photographer Maxime Guyon, video captures by Ethan Assouline and a visual of the popular collective Golgotha. As for fashion, it’s Marie Gibert who takes over all the queens of the style. Available in all good bookstores.

Photos: Chantapitch Wiwatchaikamol
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