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A stylist with a big wardrobe becomes a photographer with an even bigger vision.

Last summer, Louis Philippe de Gagoue photographed a male model as he lay in a pile of trash wearing nothing but a red Speedo, a tin foil hat and some Post-it notes. It was a personal project, but the effect was similar to a cover he shot for Vogue Netherlands a season prior (except then the model wore Miu Miu): excessive and glamorous, yet without glossy pretension. In just a few years, de Gagoue has transitioned from model to stylist,

  • Words:
    John Clifford Burns
  • Photography:
    Cédric Viollet
  • Styling:
    Louis Philippe de Gagoue

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  • Words:
    John Clifford Burns
  • Photography:
    Cédric Viollet
  • Styling:
    Louis Philippe de Gagoue
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