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Trans-Women of 1960s Paris | Hint Fashion Magazine

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Christer Strömholm (aka Christer Christian), who died in 2002 at the age of 84, specialized in portraits of individuals in real-life situations, primarily in black and white. When he traveled to Paris in the late 1950s, he befriended the transgender women who worked the streets in the Place Blanche, and they allowed him to photograph them on the beat and in their homes.

Source: Trans-Women of 1960s Paris | Hint Fashion Magazine

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