Photographer Cathleen Naundorf, a protegee of master lensman Horst P. Horst, has captured countless couture collections with her large-format camera. Some 100 of these images are published in her new book Haute Couture: The Polaroids of Cathleen Naundorf.
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Soneva Kiri Resort, Kood, Thailand
If ever there was a First Lady of Rock, it would be the hard-partying, Italian-born beauty Anita Pallenberg, who held court over the Rolling Stones' entourage—where pretty girls were as disposable as guitar picks—for nearly two decades. "Anita is a Rolling Stone," said Jo Bergman, the band's one-time assistant. "Her influence has been profound. She keeps things crazy." The model, actress and fashion designer met The Rolling Stones in 1965, and became a permanent fixture of the rock and roll scene. She dated both Brian Jones and Keith Richards and appeared in Jean-Luc Godard's documentary Sympathy For The Devil singing backup vocals with fellow rock princess Marianne Faithfull. Her life of excess with Mr. Richards was no secret; she frequently made headlines for her love affairs and drug arrests. Her fashion sense, on the other hand, left a more positive mark and continues to influence bohemian style.
Christi Belcourt is a Metis visual artist with a deep respect for the traditions and knowledge of her people. The majority of her work explores and celebrates the beauty of the natural world. She is best known for her acrylic paintings which depict floral patterns inspired by Métis and First Nations historical beadwork art. Belcourt is recognized within the Métis community as one of the preeminent Métis artists in Canada. www.belcourt.net