71 products

All our formats

Our sizes

On 6 May 2013, German designer Birgit Schössow will revive the golden age of fashion from the 1940s and 1950s. Oversized hats, gloves... The whole of New York appears with its skyscrapers transparent in the fabric of the dress. Dior, Chanel, Jacques Fath, Madame Grès, fashion never dies. The 30x40 cm and 40x50 cm prints are presented in mats. The dimensions indicated include the creation as well as the passe-partout. 

Elegant page turner with a double profile, for the cover of the summer fiction issue of The New Yorker published on June 6, 1996, and designed by French designer Malika Favre. Minimalism and sophistication. Under a large black hat, the reader calls out to the magazine's readers with her gentle gaze out of the shadows. Malika Favre has been living in London for 15 years, she has worked for Vogue, Vanity Fair, Gucci... 

If New York is the fashion capital of the world, it's because fashion never stops there. Greg Foley shows the paradoxes in this crossroads of fashionistas, on the cover of the style issue of September 21, 2015. A designer that wears many hats, Foley has collaborated on the ultra-trendy "VMagazine" and "Visionaire", but he has also created the children's book series "Merci Petit Ours" (Thank You Little Bear). 

Zoom sur

Le format 40x50 cm

Cadre 43x33 cm Papier : Classique