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These Iconic Photographers Broke Down Barriers In The Fashion Industry

The fashion industry is ephemeral – but fashion photography makes a lasting impression, as photographers document every trend that endures or fades away.

The Dress-Lamp Tree, England, 2002. Photo by Tim Walker, courtesy of Steven and Catherine Fink and the J. Paul Getty Museum.

Fashion is the art of fleeting moments.

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These 10 Photos Show Soviet Hippies Secretly Kept Flower Power Alive

Newly uncovered artwork and artifacts shed light on the underground hippies of the Soviet Union.

“Hippie Peace Ship.” Azazello (1992). Image via the Wende Museum, used with permission.

For some, the images of Soviet countries elicit the grays of brutalist concrete architecture and the reds of state-sponsored propaganda posters. But a new collection of artwork from Cold War countries showcases a new, colorful palette that reveals a seldom discussed population: Soviet hippies.

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Anitta, “Clock Face, The Surreal Thing Series," New York, 1987. Photo by Matthew Rolston, courtesy Fahey/Klein, Los Angeles.

While still a student at art school, photographer Matthew Rolston was hand selected by Andy Warhol to shoot for his magazine, Interview. Rolston's inspired portraits of fashion models, movie stars, and musicians from the late '70s and throughout the '80s brought a fine art aesthetic to magazine photography, earning him a wide variety of clients ranging from Vanity Fair and Vogue.

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10 Images Trump Won’t Be Retweeting Anytime Soon

President Trump never looked so good.

“Shove It,” self-published online, fall 2017, in response to Trump’s attacks on NFL football players who chose to “take a knee” to protest racial injustice. Image courtesy of Edel Rodriguez.

Orange isn’t a favorite color of artist Edel Rodriguez. But since Donald Trump became president, the prolific illustrator has seen a lot of it.

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