Discovered at 16 years old by Jean-Charles de Castelbajac, Adeline Mai is a leading figure of fashion photography. Parisian and traveller, she certainly has a well-honed capacity for art of portrait. We find her behind the lens of the greatest figures of fashion, Hermès, Vogue, L'Oréal...
She made a appointment in the heart of Paris to show to us her new home where she installed her Charlestine.
Hi Adeline, can you present yourself in one song?
‘Blue Water’ of Sally Oldfield.
Describe to us your interior in few words.
‘ In construction’ ! Recently moving on, my apartment isn’t really like it should be ! I’m a collector of photography so they are on all my walls. Between antique furniture and design furniture, I put some of objects that I bring from my travels. It’s a mix of lot of things !
Do you listening music when you wake up or when you go to bed?
I wake up in music, I need a motivating song to spend a good day.
What do you do for living and what is the place of the music in your activity ?
I’m a fashion photographer and music is constantly in my shoots. Music plays a important part of the ambiance in the studio that will be transcribed in my images.
The song that you listening but that you don’t assume.
‘Move your feet’ of Junior Senior.
What do you inspire the design of Charlestine ?
The Jazz ! We want listening swing playlists as soon as our Charlestine starts playing music.