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LONDON, April 1 (Reuters) – French style photographer Patrick Demarchelier, known for his entrance addresses and portraits of famous figures together with the late Princess Diana, has died at the age of 78.
Demarchelier photographed vogue home campaigns and glossy journal shoots throughout his job, and was even referenced in the 2006 movie “The Satan Wears Prada”.
His images of Diana grew to become some of the ideal regarded photographs of her, together with a black and white a single of her smiling while hugging her knees wearing a strapless robe and tiara.
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“It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Patrick Demarchelier on March 31st 2022,” his associates wrote in a write-up on his Instagram page late on Thursday.
“He is survived by his spouse Mia, his a few sons Gustaf, Arthur, Victor and 3 grandchildren.”
No more details ended up given.
In 2018, Demarchelier was accused of sexual harassment, allegations he denied. At the time, Vogue publisher Conde Nast stated it would stop doing work with him for the foreseeable potential.
Manner business figures, including designs like Bella Hadid and Cindy Crawford, paid tribute to him.
“I am grateful to have been lucky more than enough to be in entrance of your lens. Most gentle, most legendary, soft but whole of lifetime. You will be missed Patrick,” Hadid wrote on Instagram.
“Many thanks for so many great memories and wonderful, timeless photographs,” Crawford claimed.
Posting her have Vogue front go over shot by Demarchelier, actress Kate Hudson wrote: “So lots of recollections. I experienced the satisfaction of becoming photographed by Patrick typically and often liked him and his workforce so significantly. Sending a ton of like to his loved ones”.
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Reporting by Marie-Louise Gumuchian Editing by Alison Williams
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