Purple Reign



Olivier Zahm, the voyeuristic photographer and founder of the Paris-based cultural voice Purple Magazine has often been dubbed as an “anti-fashion” individual, creating a publication that was, in fact, a reaction against the glamour of the 1980’s and portrayed women and luxury in a realistic light.  Life+Times captures the essence of a selection of Zahm’s recent photographs, directly from the mouthpiece of the Editor-In-Chief.

Jacques Vettier

“This is a picture of the great Australian model, Sophie Willing, naked at my dentist’s office in Paris. His name is Jacques Vettier, and he was the dentist and friend of Helmut Newton, who did a portrait of him in the same room.”

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