Fashion photographers Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin collaborated with the Swedish fragrance company Byredo on a perfume inspired by one of their own photos. In an interview on the Barneys New York blog The Window, van Lamsweerde said their fragrance, called 1996, is based on their photo Kirsten 1996. “Ben Gorham of Byredo created the perfect interpretation of the dualistic tendencies in this photograph,” she added.
The fragrance launched on Saturday, September 7, and is available on the Byredo and Barneys New York websites for $175. The packaging includes a copy of the Kirsten 1996 photo that inspired the scent, which is described as having floral notes ranging from juniper berries and black pepper to violets, vanilla and patchouli.
The candid conversation between Christopher Morris and MaryAnne Golon at the LOOK3 Festival of the Photograph in Charlottesville, Viriginia, highlighted the varied paths Morris’s career has taken, from documenting conflict and politics to shooting fashion, and the struggles photographers face in a changing industry. Morris, a founding member of the VII photo agency and contract... More ›
Fashion photography icon Irving Penn is having a retrospective of his work at the Dallas Museum of Art. If you can’t make it out to Dallas, the Art of Photography was given a special treat–a tour of Penn’s work by museum’s American Art Curator, Susan Canterbury. Enjoy. Hat tip: Michael Zhang More ›
Presented by Canon The dissemination of photography online has plenty of advantages, and the ability to visually communicate without barriers on the Web has become a monumental boon for contemporary photographers. But for fashion and beauty photographer Lindsay Adler, who does attribute much of her success to her online reach, printing her work still makes... More ›