Paolo Roversi is an Italian-born photographer who lives and works in Paris. He began his photographic career at the age of twenty concentrating mostly on portraiture but later moving into fashion photography. His work has appeared in magazines including Harper’s Bazaar, i-D, Interview, L’Uomo Vogue, British and Italian Vogue and W. Roversi has also shot advertising campaigns for designers such as Giorgio Armarni, Comme des Garcons, Christian Dior, Yves Saint Laurent and Yohji Yamamoto as well as commercials for clients including Evian, Kenzo and Woolmark. In 1993, Roversi published an exhibition catalogue entitled ‘Angeli’, inspired by his travels in India and the Middle East and was followed by his first book ‘Nudi’ and later, ‘Libretto’, a book based on Comme des Garcons. Images from all three of Roversi’s publications have been exhibited internationally. Roversi published ‘Studio’, featuring studio shoots taken over the last twenty-five years, in early 2006.



  1. 3 Aug 2016
    Paolo Roversi creates an interview.

    Eugene Souleiman for i-D by Paolo Roversi