Photo Eric Swayne Peggy Moffitt and Telma, 1966 Eric Swayne hit the scene in 60’s London just as Bailey, Duffy and Donovan were redefining the aesthetics and conventions of photography. With his fresh, reportage style and open access to the most iconic faces he eloquently captured what was to become a defining moment in the world’s cultural development
" This is by photographer Brian Duffy, who took some of the most iconic shots of the 60s and 70s. He was the photographer for David Bowie’s infamous album cover Aladdin Sane in 1973. The photograph here features Jean Shrimpton and Barbara Miller and you can see Shrimpton in the background ..."
10 Things You Didn't Know About David Bowie #refinery29 http://www.refinery29.com/2014/09/74539/david-bowie-mca-chicago-exhibit-opening-facts#slide7 Labyrinth wasn't the only Bowie film you could have fallen in love with as a kid. Among the many potential roles Bowie turned down over the years, the one that hurts the most is Captain Hook in Steven Spielberg's Hook. A cinephile can only dream.
Fashion photo by Brian Duffy in Paris, French ELLE, March 1962. "I went over to Paris and worked for Elle in 1961, while I was still at Vogue, and I fell in love with them, hatefully of course. The French are the most dreadful people on earth - well, the Parisians - and I must have had some masochistic attraction to them. They were like a drug to me, and I just adored working for them. You never got anything right as far as they were concerned."