Showing posts with label Portraits. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Portraits. Show all posts

Friday, 24 November 2017

AD 05-1984: 246

"Derek Crowther pauses amid the various remnants he has saved."
Photographer: Derry Moore

Saturday, 17 September 2016

AD 09-1985: Cover

"Rudolph Nureyev in the salon of his Paris apartment."
Photographer: Derry Moore

AD 09-1985: 118

"Augustin Paege takes tea in the dining alcove..."
Photographer: Peter Vitale

Tuesday, 20 August 2013

AD 09-1982: 220

"Design Dialogue - The World of Valerian Rybar"
Photographer: Feliciano

Sunday, 18 August 2013

AD 12-1980: 38

"Dilettantism is not a state that is easily or casually achieved. It is a state of grace, and more."
Photographer: Jane Rady

Sunday, 17 March 2013

AD 07-1989: 98

“Jill Ireland, seated beside her husband, Charles Bronson, by a hallway colonnade in their Malibu house.”
Photographer: Roddy McDowall

Friday, 15 March 2013

AD 05-1986: 161

“Brooke Astor chats with an entertainer after receiving the Frederick Law Olmsted Award.”
Photographer: Jon Dominis

Wednesday, 1 August 2012

AD 11-1989: 141

“Geoffrey Holder and Carmen de Lavallade (in a dress by Holder) pause at the Players Club.”
Photographer: Harry Benson

AD 11-1989: 145

“Robert A.M. Stern descending the staircase at the National Academy of Design: ‘Going up or down you feel like a million bucks – maybe more, given inflation.’”
Photographer: Harry Benson

AD 11-1989: 143

“Restauranteur Elaine Kaufman admires a 19th-century diamond necklace at Fred Leighton, Ltd.”
Photographer: Harry Benson

AD 11-1989: 155

“‘This is where I find tranquillity and order in life,’ explains Jay Spectre, browsing the mezzanine gallery of the Metropolitan Museum of Art gift shop.”
Photographer: George Obremski

AD 02-1985: 67

“Mrs. Cartland pauses in the candlelit entrance hall in a gown of characteristic hue: ‘If I don’t wear pink, people think I’m unhappy.’”
Photographer: Derry Moore

AD 05-1989: 137

“‘At Yeakel’s I can find everything from 14th- to 18th-century English, French and American furniture to Chinese Export porcelain,’ says Val Arnold, seated in a circa 1715 armchair.”
Photographer: Jim McHugh

AD 12-1982: 108

“Theoni V. Aldredge works on costume sketches in her one-room Manhattan pied-à-terre.”
Photographer: Peter Vitale