Studio Astre is an institution in Paris Fashion photography. Halfway between the Eiffel Tower and the Invalides, one big 2700 square meters cyclorama and two cute little studios.
Created in 1968 by photographer Louis-René Astre - who worked for Vogue for a long time and many other fashion magazines and brands - Studio Astre began its rental activities in the early 80s with a few prestigious photographers such as Richard Avedon or David Bailey, while M. Astre was still active.
When he died in 1988, his widow Suzanne Astre decided to make the full transition to rental and production. Studio Astre quickly became a favorite for foreign photographers due to its prestigious location.
In 2012, the Rouchon family made the acquisition of Studio Astre and invested what was necessary to bring it back to being one of the finest Studios downtown.