If we were to name Todd Selby a rockstar, François Halard (1961, France) may well be his classical compeer. Like Selby, Halard enables us to peek into the homes of people with outstanding, or at least distinctive taste. In this Rizzoli publication we look into homes that (used to) belong to Coco Chanel, Axel Vervoort, La Duchesse de Devonschire, Richard Avedon, YSL & Pierre Berge, and many others. Allowing a photographer to capture the places where you feel at home – it’s something. But Halard isn’t the whining type of guy and presents his own house in (t)his publication too. Did we mention the execution of this book is outrageously beautiful?
François Halard will be a coveted, indispensable resource for all lovers of interior style and a master class in visual education
François Halard has been a regular contributor to Vogue, Vanity Fair, GQ, and House & Garden for over thirty years. His work for these publications established him as the most prolific and well-known interior and architectural photographer of our time.