Icons of Style is a big show, room after room filled with a hundred years’ worth of pictures. It is the work of eighty great photographers, their work displayed in glorious profusion. The Getty Center, Los Angeles treasure house perched high up on a hill has put together a spectacular exhibition, a work begun almost a decade ago. It is the curatorial vision of Paul Martineau who drew from the Getty’s large collection, then searched the world for three years to secure additional defining examples of the trends and styles that shaped a hundred years’ worth of fashion conversation. Not […]
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