Deborah Turbeville, one of the most iconic fashion photographers to this day, passed away last week at the age of 81. Her moody and enchanting photography style changed the course of fashion photography as we know it. It is clear in her images that her focus on beautiful clothing was just as important to her as the atmosphere itself. Here are some of my favorite photos by the late, great Deborah Turbeville.
I feel like the past few weeks have been non-stop busy, and it doesn’t look like I’m slowing down anytime soon. No complaints though! I’m enjoying meeting new people, collaborating on different projects, reporting on sample sales and making dresses for friends and new clients. Somehow, I found a few quiet moments between the craziness.
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My feet are frantic to get out of the boots this season, and I can’t blame them! With all of these stunning sandals haunting me around every corner, I can’t help but think Spring! Here is a small collection of simply classic styles that I have considered for my first purchase of the Spring season… Pairing the simple soles with inspirational images (although the shoes are inspiration enough), I hope this helps you pick out a great Spring Sandal!
In love with these enchanting photographs taken by Alice Rosati for Crudo Spring/Summer 2011. The ease of the silhouettes and the movement of the fabric are beautifully depicted in these images.