Sport "I will miss you": Ophélie Winter faces a new mourning ...
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This February 8, on Instagram, Ophélie Winter saluted the memory of photographer Richard Aujard.
Weeks that her Instagram account looks like an obituary and Ophélie Winter lives a sad time. After the disappearance of the, her "long-time friend" or that of the , which left her "devastated", the singer of 46 years announced a terrible news to her fans , February 8 ...
A legendary photographer
This week, she learned of the death of photographer Richard Aujard. This motorcycle enthusiast, boxing enthusiast, and friend of many personalities from the world of cinema, music and fashion, passed away on February 3, at the age of 56. It was his partner, Elza Steyaert, who announced it on social networks, sharing a couple photo.
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And the artist has received tributes across the planet. It must be said that during his career, Richard Aujard had shot a number of celebrities, from Eric Cantona (with tattoos on the visgae) to Béatrice Dalle (holding a black panther on a leash), including Mickey Rourke, JoeyStarr and Kool Shen in concert, Monica Bellucci, Mike Tyson, Kirk Douglas, Naomi Campbell, Jean-Paul Belmondo, and of course ... Ophélie Winter.
For the star of the song, it was at the time of her first album, "No worries!", In 1996. Driven by the success of "God gave me faith", "Le feu qui m ' stirs "," Shame on U "(), this cult album had sold 500,000 copies and had received a platinum record. And those who have a copy know it well, the cover of this cult opus showed Ophélie Winter, mouth open and teeth out, in a yellow filtered photo, and signed Richard Aujard.
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His homage to the one who sublimated her
This year, Ophélaï will also pose for the Max calendar, in black and white and always for the same talented photographer. On the Web, nostalgic for this beautiful era, she paid homage to the one who sublimated her. She wrote to him: "Goodbye my friend ... Thank you for your talent, your kindness, I will miss you. Love always. RIP".
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