Edward Steichen was already a famous painter and photographer in America and abroad when, in early 1923, he was offered the most prestigious position in photography’s commercial domain: that of chief photographer for Vogue and Vanity Fair.
Over the next fifteen years, Steichen would produce a body of work of unequaled brilliance, dramatizing and glamorizing contemporary culture.Edward Steichen in High Fashion
5 thoughts on “Fashion Photography 1920’s – Edward Steichen”
I mostly like old styles photographer and even I am also photographer.I done some old style photography but its totally different and very cool.so thanks for sharing .
I love old photographs. Especially that first photo of Gloria Swanson has always been one of my favourites. Athmosphere in old photos is totally different than in the new photos. It gives you something more than just a picture.
I love Edward Steichen's work. It's magnificent. I believe I saw some at the NGV when they were featuring work from the circle of Alfred Stieglitz.
Stunning. The lighting in those photos is magical.
The Glamorous Housewife
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