Cecil Beaton was a renowned photographer in the mid-1900′s, photographing celebrities and New York society and making a name for himself between the 1920′s and 1960′s. More
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Cecil Beaton took this picture of Andy Warhol. Do you recognize his companion?
This picture was taken by Cecil Beaton of Leslie Caron. Can you tell what movie set it was taken on?
Living legend Carmen Dell’Orefice turns 80 today and to observe her milestone, here are some of the supermodel’s legendary shots. When you’re done scrolling through all the unforgettable images by greats like Avedon, Beaton and Parkinson, check out her recent editorial in Italian Vanity Fair. Cheers! More
Cecil Beaton, 1948
I just really like Cecil Beaton this week. Maybe I’ll only post him forever now. I don’t know! I might! But then Richard Avedon would be sad, right? Sad from beyond the grave about not being prominently featured on TheGloss every week? Maybe Richard Avedon should have done more gentle, feminine portraits of women in pastels, huh? Maybe it sucks to be Richard Avedon. More
ca. 1951, Manhattan, New York, New York, USA — Model wearing a baby blue spring bare shoulder ball gown by Mademoiselle: the skirt is short in front adds length to the back with ostrich feathers attached from the waist. Backdrop art work by Jackson Pollock’s Abstractions photographed at the Betty Parsons Gallery. — Image by © Condé Nast Archive/CORBIS More
Norma Shearer by Cecil Beaton, 1930
Ballerina, Madame Danilova of the Monte Carlo Ballet Russe, wearing a white tutu and dancing on point, in ‘Swan Lake’ 1935 by Cecil Beaton.
Cecil Beaton for Vogue, 1946
Model seated in garden holding parasol to match her eyelet dress by Sophie of Saks Fifth Avenue, and wearing a ruffled straw hat by Tatiana du Plessix. More
This headline FTW: “Hell is a Teenage Girl in Valentino.” -Fashion Indie
A gallery of all the weird, off-putting ingredients commonly found in beauty products. But NBD if you like bladder matter and baby foreskin. -BellaSugar
So, so in support of Jane Goodall as a style icon. -The Frisky
You know who’s better at scrapbooking than your Aunt Florence? Cecil Beaton. -Style Bubble
Make your own Burberry trench, Robert Pattinson’s artistic integrity, J. Crew gets Frosted and More
“Miss Nancy Beaton As A Shooting Star”, by Cecil Beaton, 1928
Cecil Beaton for Vogue, 1940
Marilyn Monroe by Cecil Beaton