If you’re on social media, you’re probably into photography. And if you’re into photography, you’ve probably lusted after anything from Leica. Now the cheapest Leica you can get at the moment is the Sofort, which is the brand’s version of Fujifilm’s iconic Instax Mini camera. You can score the Instax Mini 9 for just under $70 on Amazon.sg, and the Sofort for $480 at Leica. Not pricey enough for you? Leica recently announced a Saint Laurent edition of the Sofort, which retails for £500 at the Saint Laurent stores in Paris.
This month, Leica has taken their partnership with Saint Laurent further with an exhibition at their Rive Droite Paris boutique, showcasing several models of Leica cameras. This is in parallel to Paris Photo 2019 that is happening this week.
Some of the more popular camera models like the Q2 and D-Lux 7 will be available in store for sale, as well as only one unit of the rare M-P Rolf Sachs Edition.
There’s also a limited edition book curated by Saint Laurent’s Creative Director, Anthony Vaccarello, and signed by renowned Japanese photographer Daido Moriyama, whom Vaccarello collaborated with for an art installation, SELF01.
Above: Leica Q2, $7,750 at LEICA-STORE.SG.
Above: Leica M10-P, BLACK CHROME FINISH, $12,000 at LEICA-STORE.SG.
Above: Leica D-LUX 7 SILVER ANODIZED, $1,840 at LEICA-STORE.SG.
Above: Leica m-p rolf sachs edition.