Feel the unseen fashion photos… Fashion photos are taken onerously because millions of photos are taken up to finding the best shoot. The result of this, so many missing photos exist. However, a few days ago unseen fashion photos come out and these are nice photos. They should be seen absolutely.
These photos are shot 100 years ago. “Frankly we’d been after their content for some time. It’s beautiful, fashion is cyclical, it draws so readily on inspiration of the past. To have these images available is amazing. Quite often archives are relegated to the basement, but in this instance it’s a state-of-the-art facility. You have vintage prints going back to the 1920s, all gorgeously boxed. They have an amazing cold-storage facility where you have to put hats and gloves on. You don’t often see that.” Talked he on CNN Style.
Ahern told that “When you actually get your hands on a vintage print, the way they were printed with different papers and different chemicals that we don’t use today, it’s amazing, you get that richness of black, richness in the shadows. The whole tone turns it into not just a beautiful image, but a historical item.”
In these photos there are Anjelica Huston, Conde Nast with interesting hat, Beth and Betty Dodge, Sammy Davis, Jean Shrimpton, Chantal Dumont. He added “Conde Nast got great access, you’ve got the gamut of supermodels from way back in the ’30s to what we might call the heyday — the Kate Mosses, the Christy Turlingtons. You also have writers and actors like Marlon Brando, Charlie Chaplin. You name it, those guys opened the doors for Conde Nast.”
I think there are so many unseen fashion photos in the shelves and a lot of people want to see they because the detail of these photos takes away people to history of art and feelings. The world changes day by day.