London: National Portrait Gallery Publications, 2007 Condition: New, 1st edition, Out of print, 30 x 24.5cm, 240 page, Hardcover
This stunning book explores the symbiotic relationship between contemporary portrait photography and fashion. The book presents the intensely unconventional, often unnervingly intimate portraiture being made by five of the most creative and original fashion photographers at work in the world today.
Each photographer is represented by a range of portraits, some of the images produced as ads, others commissioned for editorial features. The subjects range from the famous: Kate Moss by Corinne Day, Madonna by Steven Klein and by Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott, Sting by Paolo Roversi to the anonymous Woman I by Mario Sorrenti.