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In a 'MELVIS' special for French GALA, Lise Anne Marsal captured the hard rock glitz & glam of Las Vegas. The location of choice was the world famous Lido Cabaret in Paris. Melvis stands for the talented Elvis tribute artist Mel Bouvey , and at the side of the King stood model Katharina Holler. Styling of the spread came from Nathalie Baumgartner. Hair: Sandrine Garcia, make-up: Aline Schmitt and post production: Almedin Kramo. Several more editorials by Lise Anne are available directly on her website.
17.04.2017 // show complete article
Parisian photographer LISE ANNE MARSAL shot an editorial for the French GALA. The festive styling was in the hands of Charla Carter, Fashion Director of GALA magazine. In frontr of her camera stood models Emmanuelle and Paul Alexandre. with hair by Sandrine Garcia, make-up by Vera Dierckx and post production of the editorial by Almedin Kramo.
06.01.2017 // show complete article
American photographer residing in Paris, Lise-Anne Marsal, who is famous for her kids and fashion photography, traveled back in time to Paris of the 1930s for her new lingerie story. “The very special atmospheric mood of the series is an homage to the photo artist Brassai,” the photographer tells GoSee.
Born by the name of Gyula Halász, the world-famous artist who went by the pseudonym Brassai went to Paris 1924 after studying in Hungary and Germany. A photographer friend of his, André Kertész, talked him into capturing his fascination for the Paris nightlife in photos. In 1933, his documentary 'Paris de Nuit' was published, which made him famous over night.
The styling with a slight surreal touch in the style of Brassai was in the hands of Malika Slimani, and in charge of the hair look was Sandrine Garcia. The perfect location was found by Lise-Anne at an old hotel in Paris.
28.11.2016 // show complete article