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For your inspiration and because we are feeling a lot a come back of the 60s (and 70s) in fashion and interior design, we compiled some of our favorite shot from renowned fashion photographer Norman Parkinson.
In a career that spanned seven decades, Norman Parkinson (1913 – 1990) dazzled the world with his sparkling inventiveness as a fashion photographer. His long association with Vogue, and his numerous assignments for Harper’s Bazaar, Town & Country and other international magazines, brought him worldwide recognition. His impulsive and unstructured style changed forever the static, posed approach to fashion photography, while his enchanting, idiosyncratic persona charmed his sitters and projected an alluring and glamorous public image.
Parks reinvented himself for each decade of his career, from his groundbreaking spontaneous images of the 1930s, through the war years and the Swinging Sixties to the exotic locations of the 1970s and 1980s. He had become a household name, the recipient of a CBE, a photographer to the royal family, an Honorary Fellow of the Royal Photographic Society, and the subject of a large scale retrospective at the National Portrait Gallery, London.
Parkinson was in incisive portraitist and photographed many of the greatest icons of the twentieth century as well as some of the world’s most beautiful women.
Here is a color photo collection of 60’s women fashion taken by Norman Parkinson. Take a look…