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The Photographer Who Captured 1960s London
A new book revisits David Bailey’s iconic portraits.
The Dirty Secrets of Fashion Photographers
Michael Gross uncovers a world of drama in his new book.
See Cool Photos of the Real Jean Shrimpton
A totally indulgent vintage slideshow of the model’s cool style.
Kate Moss Is More Into Gardening Than Clubbing These Days
Stirrings of adulthood.
Anjelica Huston on Dressing Normal and Perfuming Her Men
The actress is one of Gap’s fall campaign stars.
Revisiting Glorious Images of Veruschka From
A new book examines the role of fashion photography in the ‘60s cult film.
David Bailey Photographed the Queen for
Exclusive: Bruce Weber and David Bailey Photograph Harlem
Two legendary photographers shoot the neighborhood they love.
The 50 Best Couples in Fashion’s History
Marc and Sofia, Karl and Choupette, Mary-Kate and Ashley — plus 47 other symbiotic unions worth celebrating.
David Bailey’s Thoughts on Victoria Beckham
“I’m not mad about the shoes she wears.”
Shoes; H&M in Times Square?
Plus, Poppy Delevingne, Matthew Williamson, and Eugenia Silva cover
Kate Moss Did Some Hilarious Things Last Night
Like steal David Bailey’s enormous camera and pretend Ronnie Wood’s painting could talk.
those were the days
Photographer David Bailey Had ‘a Ghastly Contract With American
“I really loved Vreeland, though I didn’t like working for her.”
Photographer David Bailey Has No Time for Lady Gaga
He canceled on her.
Slideshow: Preview the Gorgeous Images in the New Book
Minimalism and Fashion
The book traces minimalism from the sixties to today, and the pictures are awesome.
Stefano Gabbana Says Men’s Fashion Is Not for ‘Weirdos’; Lady Gaga Recycles Gun Bra
Also, Scott Campbell reportedly designed bags for Louis Vuitton men’s show.
David Bailey Suggests Retouchers Are More Important Than Photographers
“You can’t say, ‘That’s a Helmut Newton picture,’ because you don’t know who took the picture.”