Iconic images from iconic fashion photographers!! Here we honor the timeless sophistication of Irving Penn, Horst P. Horst and Annie Leibovitz.
Best known for his sophisticated fashion images, incisive portraits, still lifes and found objects, Irving Penn revolutionized American fashion photography after the Second World War. Horst P. Horst's rich and sophisticated opus that spanned across a sixty-year-long career significantly influenced the fashion photography of the time. Annie Leibovitz is renowned for her dramatic, quirky, and iconic portraits of a great variety of celebrities.
Fun Tidbit: As explained by Leatrice Eiseman of the Pantone Color Institute, here’s an easy way to discover what colors to wear for your best Supermodel moments:
Warm Tones: If you have dark brown to dark blonde hair along with olive skin, you’re likely a warm tone. Colors that look good on you include oranges, reds, golds, magenta, and turquoise.
Cool Tones: You’re a cool tone if your hair is very dark black, very dark blonde, or very dark brown. (AKA, the darkest shades of each hair color.) You can be cool-toned regardless of your complexion; what matters is whether or not your skin has a blueish undertone. Colors that look good on you include lavender, royal blue, ruby, and emerald green.
Neutral Tones: If you have hazels eyes and hair that’s a combination of colors (naturally), you may be a neutral tone. Colors that look great on neutrals include light pink, and really any light color that’s not too stark and vibrant.
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