is the French national newspaper founded by Jean Paul Sartre and Serge July in 1973. In 2000, July is still the editor in chief and hires Olivier Zahm and Elein Fleiss of
an occasional Saturday supplement to the main paper. This is the cover of the first issue: 'Marie, etudiante a Paris', photographed by Juergen Teller.
Charlotte Rampling in her suite at the Hotel Crillon. She is wearing men's shoes. We would love to know where the whole black ensemble came from but there are no fashion credits in the thirteen page centre section. This is also Juergen Teller's first published picture of Charlotte Rampling. There is an account of the meeting in this
JT and Tim Blanks 2012 interview.