The French brand Cacharel was founded in 1962 by Jean Bousquet. Cacharel clothing and perfume designs are characterized by their youthful femininity, lightness and use of bright colours.
Less known is Cacharel's make-up line, which was on the market for only a short time in the early 1990s and was advertised with photographs by Sarah Moon (image of a magazine spread see above).
Sarah Moon is a French photographer and filmmaker, who is particularly known for her portraits and fashion shots. The autodidact, herself a former photo model, photographed large advertising campaigns for Cacharel, Chanel and Dior, created photo series for Vogue, Haper's Bazaar and Elle and in 1972 was the first woman to design a Pirelli calendar. OstLicht presents a selection of her most beautiful works from the 1980s and 1990s.
Gelatin silver print toned
Image dimensions 15 x 11,5 cm (15 x 11,5 inch)
Object dimensions 30,2 x 23,8 cm (30,2 x 23,8 inch)
Mounting, Framing Archival mat board 40 x 30 cm, frame upon request
Double weight paper, matte surface
Handwritten annotations on the reverse, certificate of authenticity enclosed
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