Immerse yourself in the world of fashion photography. Head over to Edinburgh to visit the exhibition Coming into Fashion: A Century of Photography at Condé Nast. This exhibition is not only a must see for every fashionista but also for the photography lover.
It showcases some gorgeous fashion photography, as it appeared in the pages of the Condé Nast magazines – most notably Vogue and Glamour. Work of some of the biggest names in the history of fashion photography is displayed, think of David Bailey, Deborah Turbeville, Guy Bourdin, Mario Testino and Corinne Day. The work of over eighty photographers can be seen, so one can truly say it’s fashion photography heaven.
While there snap up the book, Coming into Fashion: A Century of Photography at Condé Nast. It would make a great present for a fellow fashionista.
The exhibition is part of the Edinburgh Art Festival and has been organised by the Foundation for the Exhibition of Photography, Minneapolis/Paris/Lausanne, in collaboration with the City Art Centre, Edinburgh.
It’s being held at the Edinburgh City Art Centre and opens today, 15 June 2013 (ends 8 September 2013). As this is your only chance to see this exhibition in the UK, make sure you don’t miss this great opportunity!
For a sneak peek of the exhibition have a look at the photos below.
Top photo: John Rawlings, American Vogue, March 1943 © 1943 Condé Nast
“Model with head and forearms sticking through white board or paper, wearing olive glove, bracelets, and applying lipstick.”
Photo: Sebastian Kim, Teen Vogue, January 2011 © Sebastian Kim
Photo: Clifford Coffin, American Vogue, June 1949 © 1949 Condé Nast.
“Duplicate of four back-views of seated models in swimsuits by Cole of California, Mabs, Caltex amd Catalina, and bathing caps.”
Photo: Miles Aldridge, Vogue Italia, September 2002 © Miles Aldridge.
Photo: Deborah Turbeville, American Vogue, May 1975 @ 1975 Condé Nast.
“Five models posed in shower room of East 23rd Street Swimming Pool, NYC, wearing, from left to right: white maillot by Jean-Louis Scherrer with wrapped gauze sarong; white maillot with sheer second-skin by Stephen Burrows; white maillot with criss-cross straps by Courrèges Boutique; oversized terry poncho by Ungaro; All hair by François of Suga and makeup by Sandra Linter.”
Photo: Guy Bourdin, French Vogue, February 1955 @ Estate of Guy Bourdin. Reproduced by permission of Art + Commerce
Photo: Albert Watson, American Vogue, May 1977 © 1977 Condé Nast