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Deborah Turbeville: The Fashion Photographer

Avant-garde photographer Deborah Turbeville launched her first fashion retrospective photo book "The Fashion Pictures", published by Rizzoli, last month, October 2011. The book reveals her visionary aesthetic and the stories behind her poetic, highly stylized photographs.

Deborah Turbeville, Valentino Collection, 1977
Deborah Turbeville, Women in furs, Italian Vogue, 1984
Deborah Turbeville, Stables of Strelna, Russian Vogue, 2000
Deborah Turbeville, Valentino Fashion, Normandy, Vogue Italia, 1978
Deborah Turbeville, Pigalle, Vogue Pelle, 1982
Deborah Turbeville, LA Style, 1989
Deborah Turbeville, Variations on chic, Vogue Italia, 2009
Deborah Turbeville, Barneys, fall 2010 catalog
Deborah Turbeville, Grey mag, winter 2011-2012
Deborah Turbeville, Vogue Italia, Valentino Couture, sep 2011

Alice in Fashionland

"Lewis Carroll dressed her as an innocent in satin and ribbons. Disney made her flaxen haired and saucer eyed. In the pages of Vogue the land of merry unbirthdays and late running rabbits shimmers to life again - as the world's most influential designers dress the original little girl lost in their own visions.
This is the description of an outstanding Annie Leibovitz signed fashion editorial starring supermodel Natalia Vodianova.
Leibovitz - Lewis Carroll
Enjoy the only pictures you'll ever see with designer Olivier Theyskens as writer Lewis Caroll, Viktor Horsting and Rolf Snoeren as goofy characters Tweedledum&Tweedledee, as well as a pre-fitness-mania Marc Jacobs as the Caterpillar or the megalomaniac John Galliano as the Queen of Hearts (no, wait, we usually see him as such). I'll leave you to recognize the rest of the cast.
Editorial: Alice in Wonderland
Magazine: Vogue US, December 2004
Model: Natalia Vodianova
Photographer: Annie Leibovitz

Vogue's Romeo and Juliet

Ballet dancer Roberto Bolle was invited by Vogue magazine (USA) to star alongside model Coco Rocha in a fashionable version of Romeo&Juliet. The "Love of a Lifetime" photo editorial shot by renowned photographer Annie Leibowitz features in the magazine's December issue. The remarkable tall dancer (height six-three) has previous modeled for Salvatore Ferragamo and Gap label.
Vogue Romeo Juliet
Vogue Coco Rocha
Vogue december 2008
Vogue Annie Leibovitz
Vogue Romeo&Juliet
Vogue Coco Rocha
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Through a photographer's lens

Three most glamorous fashion decades, the 40s, 50s and the 60s have been kept alive thanks to these gifted fashion photographers: Norman Parkinson, John Rawlings and Terence Donovan. It is true that fashion sells fantasy but, at the same time, it reflects the changes in our society and lifestyle. High class defying time fashion photography creates an essential frame of reference for vintage fashion lovers and not only.

Balenciaga Dress
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