Are any of you here familiar with
Iconic photographer from the golden era
who did work for the likes of
Vogue & Harper's Bazzar
in addition to being the unofficial
white house photographer
during the Kennedy's time there
the guy known for intimately
photographing the likes of
Jackie O., Audrey Hepburn, Diana Vreeland, Yves Saint Laurent & Princess Grace of Monaco
just to name a few
just a little background info
he was born in 21 as in 1921 & passed on in 69
during his time here on earth
he was responsible for capturing
some of the most captivating & alluring photos
& it is a known fact that this man left behind a legacy
I've taken the liberty of bringing some of his
famed portraits back here to the clubhouse & I've hung them below
It seems that a great deal of his work is currently for sale
Andrew Wilder Gallery
where you can also find a slew of vintage furnishings for the home.
I've also brought a few of those things back here as well.
If you like what you see be sure to swing by their spot, here's the address
Enjoy guys & gals
'Chanel Gown in a Paris Courtyard'
'Christian Dior Couture Show Paris, 1954' #1
'Portrait Of Audrey Hepburn' #48
'Portrait Of Audrey Hepburn' #47
'Portrait Of Yves St. Laurent' #2
'Models In Christian Dior - Paris, 1961'
'Model On The Beach #3 Italy ca. 1950'
'Elizabeth Taylor #2 1956'
'Chanel In Paris Apartment'
'Sari Gown at MOMA, New York, 1955'
'Jacqueline Kennedy, White House, 1961'
'Pink Hat / Corvette #1- New York, 1960'
'Models In Nina Ricci #5 - Paris 1961'
'Jane Sprague in Jacques Fath - 1953'
Okay I'll stop there with the
Mark Shaw Photographs
because I could seriously go on
Now onto that Vintage furniture that I spoke of earlier
Pair of Swedish Neo-Gothic Bergeres
ca 1920 in Brown Leather
Wrought Iron Upholstered Day Bed
Danish Mid-Century Mosaic Glass Coffee Table
By Illums Bollghus
How Fabulous are all of these things
It's a pleasure to fill the clubhouse with such
glamour, old world charm, and beauty
What do you guys think
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