Steal that style


Steal that style – vintage bride

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The introduction of American photographer John Rawlings to Vogue‘s visual team in 1936 was certainly one of Conde Nast’s best strategic moves. At a time when opulence, pretentiousness, and theatrical lighting were prevalent in fashion photography – fueled by the European school led by the British Beaton, the German Horst, and the Russian Hoyningen-Huene – Nast and Vogue’s editor in chief Edna Woolman Chase decided they needed a change of direction and placed their bets on a talented but unknown twenty-four-year Midwestener.

Get your bridal inspiration from the 30’s, 40’s, 50’s and 60’s. (to be continued)