Fabrice Lachant

Country: France

Born in Paris from Swiss and French parents, Fabrice Lachant studied film at Emerson College in Boston Massachusetts before working on major Hollywood features in LA.  Since he moved to London, Fabrice has been freelancing as a photographer and completed a masters in photography at the University of the Arts London. Some of his work includes a campaign for London Underground and private bank Coutts & Co. as well as London Fashion Week, Vauxhall Fashion Scout and many others. Fabrice has had work published in fashion magazines such as Harpers Bazaar, Yifei VISION, Neo2, Fashion China, Elle, Esquire, GT, reFresh, TimeOut, Fashion156, Grazia and has been commissioned to produce art images for the book The Measure edited by Louise Clarke.  Fabrice Lachant’s work has also been featured in exhibitions at the Lipanjepuntin Art Gallery in Rome and Tieste in Italy.


Magazines:  TimeOut, ID Magazine, Chinese Vogue, Harper’s Bazaar, Fashion156, Buckstyle, Vogue.com, GT (Gay Times), ReFresh, Upstreet, Fantasticsmag, Neo2, Yifei Vision, Fashion China, K Magazine, Digit, Body Wear, Fashion Forecast, The London Paper, Metro

Clients:  Danielle Scutt, Chris & Tibor, Jaqueline Rousseau, Huan by Chris Liu, L2Design, Yishion, Cotton Republic, Republic & Co, Aware, Ashana, London Underground, V&A (Victoria & Albert Museum), ASOS, Mayor of London, Coutts & Co Private Banking, Thorntons (Chocolate brand), London College of Fashion (LCF), De Montfort University (DMU), Governments Connect, The Palm Restaurants, The Royal Horseguards Hotel.