RIP Princess Diana Personal Photographer Patrick Demarchelier, Dead at 78



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We are saddened to learn of the passing of famed photographer Patrick Demarchelier.
The French-born photographer, one of the most sought-after in his field, created fashion photographs that felt more like effortless, intimate portraits—a look that became a signature of 1990s fashion photography. While his work has appeared in almost every fashion magazine around the world, he worked for years as lead photographer for Harper’s Bazaar, later moving to Condé Nast where he shot exclusively for Vogue, Vanity Fair, and Allure. Demarchelier was also best known as Princess Diana’s personal photographer, producing images that personified her high style and natural beauty.
Author of Rizzoli's "Dior Couture", and contributor to many of our fashion volumes, Patrick Demarchelier was a treasured creative who we had the honor to publish.

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