American actress Marilyn Monroe during a cocktail party at the Greene family home in Beverly Glen, Los Angeles in June, 1956. One evening, they invited reporters and press in for a cocktail party. This was the first occasion Marilyn wore the iconic Nardiello black satin spaghetti strap cocktail dress.Read the full article
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For every photo you know, there’s likely to be at least a dozen other shots from that same moment. Such is the case with this iconic image of Faye Dunaway.Read the full article
In a photoshoot for British Vogue for a 1947 issue, famed photographer Norman Parkinson took his wife, and favourite muse, Wenda to the train station for a feature Vogue would title “The Iron Road.”Read the full article
American fashion model Nena von Schlebrugge showing off Yves Saint Laurent’s first collection for Christian Dior, photographed by Norman Parkinson for Vogue magazine, 1958.Read the full article
This photograph is available as a limited edition, fine art print in sizes 12×16, 16×20, 20×24, 24×34, 30×40 & 40×60 inches.
Each prints is signed and numbered by Terry O’Neill, with each size limited to just 50 editions.
In a photoshoot for Vogue for their May 1951 issue, famed photographer Norman Parkinson took his wife, and favourite muse, Wenda on-location to Nairobi. While there, they captured one of Parkinson’s most notable images that he titled “Art of Travel”.Read the full article