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Deborah Turbeville: The Fashion Pictures Hardcover – October 11, 2011
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"She was mentored by Avedon, arrested with Bob Richardson, and on set with Diane Arbus, Polly Mellen, and Isabella Blow. Photographer Deborah Turbeville is one of fashion's lenswoman legends—one who got her start in modeling and design (at the hem of Claire McCardell) and did time as a fashion editor (at Harper's Bazaar and Mademoiselle). For decades, Turbeville's signature soft focus and gauzy romanticism have won her the admiration of art directors, editors, stylists, and designers." ~Style.com
"In this remarkable presentation, Turbeville’s highly individualistic perspective of fashion photography and the stories behind her photographs are revealed... Drawing the viewer into ‘otherworldly’ environments, readers are invited to see these iconic images through her decidedly personal point of view. This book is an absolute must-have for those who love both fashion and photography." ~Mojeh
About the Author
Deborah Turbeville, a fashion editor turned photographer, was a fashion editor for Mademoiselle in 1966. A portfolio of some very stylized photographs she did for Saks Fifth Avenue was her first big breakthrough into the fashion photography world. Subsequently, her work first appeared in Vogue in the 1970s. Since then she has been a dominant figure in contemporary photography. Turbeville has authored many books, including Unseen Versailles, Wallflower, Studio St. Petersburg, Past Imperfect 1978-1997, and Casa No Name. Her work continues to be exhibited around the world and is published regularly in many international magazines.
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