Jean-Philippe Delhomme

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Jean-Philippe Delhomme was born in 1959, in France. After having graduated from l‘École Supérieure des Art Décoratifs in Paris, in the mid-eighties, he began working as an illustrator for many magazines. In 1987, for the launch of the French edition of Glamour, which was to become an influential and ahead of the times fashion magazine, the editor in chief proposed him to do a regular feature. He then created the series “polaroids de jeunes filles,” fictional portraits with ironic captions depicting the attitudes and snobbery of the time. This series ran until the magazine closed down eight years later. He also collaborated regularly with British Vogue which published his first fashion illustrations. In 1993, he flew to New York where he met Ronnie Cooke and Glenn O’Brien, who were creative directors at Barneys. They impulsively began a series of ground-breaking campaigns where gouache illustrations replaced fashion photography. [READ MORE]

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