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100 works by legendary fashion and portrait photographer Louise Dahl-Wolfe are going on show at The Fashion and Textile Museum from 20 October-21 January 2018. A Style Of Her Own features over 100 photographs shot from 1931-59, celebrating work that helped define the image of the modern, independent woman, and inspired photographers such as Richard Avedon and Irving Penn.

After World War Two Dahl-Wolfe tapped into a change in the public’s perception of fashion and of women to champion a more relaxed sense of style, often shooting outdoor in locations such as Tunisia, Cuba, South America, Mexico, and Spain. In total she racked up 86 covers, 600 colour plates, and over 2000 black-and-white photographs for the magazine. “From the moment I saw her first colour photographs, I knew Bazaar was at last going to look the way I had instinctively wanted,” declared editor Carmel Snow.

Dahl-Wolfe was also renowned for her unique and engaging portraiture, which showcased eminent actors, filmmakers, literary figures and fashion designers of the time, such as Bette Davis, Orson Welles, W.H Auden and Veronica Lake. Less known are her nude photographs and documentary portraits of impoverished black Americans in Tennessee, which she shot in the early 30s and which were shown at MoMA in 1937.

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