Vogue Cover - November 1955
Framed Giclee Print
By Henry Clarke
Item #: 13725607447A
17.5" x 21.5"
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Published November 1, 1955
Fashion model Anne St. Marie was photographed wearing Christian Dior's ruby velvet coat, sitting on a marble banister, for the November 1, 1955, cover of Vogue magazine. The stunning and sophisticated image was shot by fashion photographer Henry Clarke.
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Henry Clarke (1918-1961) took fashion photography to new heights of fantasy while taking the fashion world by storm. Capturing Striking the perfect balance between heady excess and refined elegance, was an image that permeated American, British and French Vogue for over three decades and secured its place as the fashionista’s bible. His work was held in such high regard that his American editor frequently sent him on assignment to exotic locations to shoot a 24-page spread for a single issue, an otherwise highly unusual occurrence.
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