Fashion and Art collided once again with the launch of Jean Pigozzi’s new exhibition “Nearly All Women” at Zadig & Voltaire’s Paris Cambon boutique. Zadig & Voltaire founder Thierry Gillier has been pioneering the crossover between Fashion and Art for years and this latest installment is the perfect marriage of both worlds. Photographer Jean Pigozzi was invited to exhibit a selection of 120 prints curated by the brand’s Artistic Director Cecilia Bönström. From Isabelle Adjani at Cannes Film Festival in 1981 to Diane Von Furstenberg in Venice in 1991 or Faye  Dunaway in 1973 to more intimate moments with famous faces over the years, the exhibition is a nostalgic romp through the elegance of the past juxtaposed alongside the fashion of the future. Gillier, Bonstrom and Pigozzi welcomed guests with cocktails and DJ set discover the walls lines with black-and-white photos. Nearly all women – and men! – are invited to this exhibition now running through December 31st in the gallery space at the brand’s boutique designed to bring contemporary art to life with Zadig & Voltaire’s signature “naturally chic, resolutely rock” vision.

Photos: Thomas Smith
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