Monday, January 12, 2009


From foto_decadent. One of the first lensmen to elevate fashion photography to an art form, John Rawlings is known for iconic, glamorous images with a certain underlying mystique. In this photograph, from the October 1, 1948, Vogue, he captures from above a model in a made-to-order chocolate brown taffeta gown by Mark Morning, worn with a matching Baum Martens fur shrug and bronze Delman slippers.

1 comment:

Michelle Parks McCourt said...

that is glamour, i love her facial expression too