'Elegance in Vogue' a look back at Norman Parkinson's most celebrated images

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'Elegance in Vogue' a look back at Norman Parkinson's most celebrated images

British photographer Norman Parkinson changed the face of fashion by producing some of the most celebrated images in the history of Vogue magazine.

An exhibition celebrating his photography is opening at The Eleven Gallery.

In a career that spanned over five decades, Norman Parkinson photographed for 'Vogue' for most of this time. He worked consistently for 'British Vogue' from 1941 to 1960, and after a stint at 'Queen,' returned again in 1965 working with 'British Vogue' through 1975. His long association with 'Vogue' brought him worldwide recognition and he is now considered one of the twentieth century’s foremost fashion photographers.

'Elegance in Vogue' presents a carefully curated selection of previously unseen vintage work along with posthumous prints all of which document the transformation of fashion during the 1950s, 1960s and 1970s. F

It runs 10th February to 24th March 2016.

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