Her candid shots at fashion shows captured stars of the industry as themselves and showed that the spectacle behind the curtain often rivaled the main event.
Roxanne Lowit, an omnipresent fashion photographer whose candid shots of top designers and models frolicking backstage at the world’s fashion shows revealed that the spectacle behind the curtain often rivaled the main event on the catwalk, died on Sept. 13 in Valhalla, N.Y. She was 80.
Her daughter, Vanessa Salle, said her death, in a hospital, was the result of complications of a stroke after a long struggle with Parkinson’s disease.
With her exuberant fashion-week dispatches, party shots and editorial portraits for magazines like Vogue, Allure
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