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Amber, Guinevere, and Kate Photographed by Craig McDean

With energy and glamour, iconic photographer Craig McDean captures the celebrated evolution of fashion’s biggest muses: Kate Moss, Guinevere van Seenus, and Amber Valletta. With their waif-like frames and unique features that contrasted the curvaceous and ultra-striking supermodels of the 80s, Amber, Guinevere, and Kate became the anti-supermodels that, alongside grunge, signified a global shift in culture. And Craig McDean photographed them from the beginning. McDean, whose gorgeous works are praised for their conceptual and sophisticated edge, is well respected in both the photography and fashion photography worlds. The work within Amber, Guinevere, and Kate reflect this crossover, featuring arresting fashion and candid photographs of each individual model. Shot on film from 1992 through 2002, this roughly chronological volume of 150 colour and black & white photographs, includes never-before published photographs, outtakes from famous shoots, and contact sheets. Texts by Mathias Augustyniak of M/M Paris and author Glenn O’Brien add depth and perspective to the works. The photographs within this volume capture the essence of an era that undoubtedly changed fashion forever, and will surely be treasured by fashion, style, and photography lovers from all generations.

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