[UPDATE: January 13, 2018 6:00 a.m. ET] According to a provincial French newspaper, Nabile Quenum passed away at his apartment in Paris from what is believed to be carbon monoxide poisoning.

Esteemed street style photographer Nabile Quenum has passed away, according to multiple sources, reports Fashionista. Quenum, 32, was pronounced dead in Paris on January 8, although the cause of death has yet to be confirmed.

Born in Paris, Quenum was also recognized in the fashion industry for his blog, J'ai Perdu Ma Veste, showcasing impeccable aesthetic and an ever-positive attitude. His photography graced multiple international magazines, including Vogue, GQ, CR Fashion Book and New York Magazine, in addition to leading the "No Free Photos" campaign last year.

A number of Quenum's peers and close friends in the industry, including Adam Katz Sinding, Scott Schuman, Lee Oliveira and others, took time to express their grief and condolences via social media.

For additional details, be sure to read the full story at Fashionista.

In other news, view our lifetime achievement award for 2017 honoring the late Gary Warnett.

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