Since nearly 40 years, Françoise Huguier strides up the world, fashions show, backstages, in search of the right light and the perfect frame. In the “Photo Poche” preface dedicated to the work of this great Lady of photography, Gerard Lefort evocates her style, identifiable from all other: “While comes the time to close up Françoise Huguier’s books, just after having been immerge in hundreds of her photographs, what is left? A Russian proletarian drinking directly from the bottle in a nickel smelter in Norilsk. A bozo girl dressed with an incongruous bra in Mopti, Mali. An evanescence of ultramarine blue at the end of a Thierry Mugler fashion show in January 1997. A handsome, proud and sad young man working in a Cambodian plantation. All of them are like characters of an internationalist fiction. All of them are heroes of daily life “.