Melissa Collison


Mark Shaw

We're on a crusade to bring back glamour and Thank God photographer Mark Shaw was there to capture the fashion and high society of America during the 50s and 60s.  He was the family photographer for the Kennedy's and left as much of a legacy on film as much as he did on the way we make sense of those decades.

This iconic series of 1953 Vanity Fair photogaphs, originally taken for lingerie campaign, are a favourite.

 Shaw also left a wonderful archive of society portaits and models fawning around in interiors.  Definite swoon.