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Aug 28

Elephant in the Room

Richard Avedon helped to define the post WWII woman with his imagery of impossibly elegant women, theatrically posed within Avedon’s signature theatric narrative style. Dovima with Elephants is one of Avedon’s most well-known photographs featuring the model Dovima dressed in couture at the Cirque d’Hiver of 1955 in ...

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Aug 23

Barbie World

  To showcase swimsuit styles of the season, German-born photographer Horst P. Horst enlisted model Lisa Fonssagrives to crouch, conform and contort her body into letters that spelled out the word “Vogue.” Perhaps taking a cue from the aerial-style imagery of synchronized swimmers choreographed into configuration, ...

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Aug 22

Lend Me Your Ear

Transgressive German photographer Helmut Newton, established a prolific body of work in his signature voyeuristic style that changed the landscape of 20th-century fashion photography. Intimate friends with model and jewelry designer Elsa Peretti, Newton would often privately photograph her nude. However, Newton did not ...

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Aug 21

Nothing But Net

With the return of the longer hemlines of the midi skirt, along with Raf Simons at the helm of Christian Dior who cites the Dior archives as his predominant source of inspiration, a sense of mid-century glamor appears ubiquitous across many of the more recent collections. Vogue Spain’s December 2012 cover featured the ...

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Aug 20

Blown Away

Vogue’s seminal image depicting photographer David Bailey flat on his back whilst photographing the leggy Veruschka may have very well served as inspiration to the cult 1966 film, Blow Up. Published in the March 1, 1965 issue of Vogue, the photograph bears an uncanny resemblance to a photo shoot scene in Blow Up in ...

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