Photographed by Norman Parkinson.
Scanned by Miss Peelpants from Vogue, July 1969. 65 more words
Off to the National Portrait Gallery yesterday to see the fascinating exhibition Vogue: A Century of Style. Vogue began in the second year of the First World War – not the most auspicious time, you would have thought, to launch an expensively-produced publication dedicated to all that was modish in frocks, fripperies and fabulousness. 407 more words
This year, British Vogue is celebrating its centenary, and to mark the milestone London’s National Portrait Gallery is hosting ‘Vogue 100: A Century of Style’, an exhibition featuring the stars of fashion and film, as well as royalty, who have graced the influential magazine’s pages over the years. 51 more words
10th February to 24th March 2016
Coinciding with the National Portrait Gallery’s ‘Vogue 100: A Century in Style’ exhibition, where a number of Norman Parkinson’s work will be on show, Eleven Fine Art and the Norman Parkinson Archive opened their exhibition dedicated to the influential and ground breaking fashion photographer this week. 128 more words
‘The Elegance of Vogue’ Exhibition, as defined by photographer Norman Parkinson held a private view last night at Eleven fine art gallery. I was lucky enough to attend this private view and take at look at the selection of beautiful photographs that had been featured in Vogue over the past several decades. 23 more words