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Liberace

Liberace

Liberace by Annie Leibovitz, 1981

Liberace by Annie Leibovitz, 1981

Maxime de la Falaise (Comtesse Alain de la Falaise) in exotic cotton evening dress by Schiaparelli, photo by Gordon Parks, 1949

Maxime de la Falaise (Comtesse Alain de la Falaise) in exotic cotton evening dress by Schiaparelli, photo by Gordon Parks, 1949

Jayne Wrightsman in Balenciaga ~Cecil Beaton, Vogue 1966. Jayne Wrightsman (born Jane Kirkman Larkin on October 21, 1919, in Flint, Michigan) is an American philanthropist, fine arts collector and widow of philanthropist and art collector, Charles B. Wrightsman (1895–1986). She was named to the International Best Dressed List Hall of Fame in 1965.[1]

Jayne Wrightsman in Balenciaga ~Cecil Beaton, Vogue 1966. Jayne Wrightsman (born Jane Kirkman Larkin on October 21, 1919, in Flint, Michigan) is an American philanthropist, fine arts collector and widow of philanthropist and art collector, Charles B. Wrightsman (1895–1986). She was named to the International Best Dressed List Hall of Fame in 1965.[1]

Sofia Coppola

Sofia Coppola

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Au premier rang du défilé Chanel haute couture

Laetitia Casta, Alexa Chung, Inès de la Fressange... Revue en images du premier rang du défilé Chanel pendant la Fashion Week haute couture automne-hiver de Paris.

Alexander McQueen

Alexander McQueen

Benedetta Barzini  French Vogue, 1964.  Photographed by Frank Horvat.

Benedetta Barzini French Vogue, 1964. Photographed by Frank Horvat.

Alexander McQueen

Alexander McQueen

Duchess Emanuela d'Acquarone photographed by Richard Avedon in Harper's Bazaar March 1961, from my collection. "Duchess Emanuela d'Acquarone, a divinely fair daughter of northern Italy, the superbly elegant granddaughter of Toscanini. Black textured silk outlining the figure. Bias-cut bodice appears wrapped through the ribcage, may be covered by its own short sleeved jacket. By Lee Claire, in Syntex silk. About $100. At Lord & Taylor; Miller and Rhoads, Richmond; Dayton's, Minneapolis. Fake…

Duchess Emanuela d'Acquarone photographed by Richard Avedon in Harper's Bazaar March 1961, from my collection. "Duchess Emanuela d'Acquarone, a divinely fair daughter of northern Italy, the superbly elegant granddaughter of Toscanini. Black textured silk outlining the figure. Bias-cut bodice appears wrapped through the ribcage, may be covered by its own short sleeved jacket. By Lee Claire, in Syntex silk. About $100. At Lord & Taylor; Miller and Rhoads, Richmond; Dayton's, Minneapolis. Fake…

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