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Rankin, Unfashionable : 30 years of Fashion Photography


I first met Rankin in a bar called DNA in 1992. He’d photographed a friend of mine named Christine Kellogg for an exhibition at the old Katharine Hamnett shop now called the Collection Gallery, at Brompton Cross. She was tiny and he’d shot her from above in a laundry basket; she was fragile and fine, he was Scottish and brusque. Rankin, Jefferson Hack, and a college friend named Ian Taylor had just won awards for a student union magazine called Untitled. They were trying to get together a magazine called Dazed & Confused. I hated the name—why would you ever...

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