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Tai and Rosie in Chanel, Perris, California, 2004 by Bruce Weber

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Tai and Rosie in Chanel, Perris, California, 2004 by Bruce Weber.

Edition 4/15
Dimensions: 11" x 14"
Signed and dated verso

Bruce Weber became the preeminent photographer of the fashion industry in the 1980s and continues to be one of the world's most popular and influential photographers.

In the late 1970s, Weber began photographing ads and commercials for Ralph Lauren and Calvin Klein. His photographs have since appeared in Vanity Fair, American Vogue, Interview Italian Vogue and GQ, among many others.
Donated by: Bruce Weber
Additional lot details
  • In condition as donated.
  • Cannot be returned or exchanged.
  • Additional shipping charges may apply based upon the location of the winner.
  • Lot #3295136
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Tai and Rosie in Chanel, Perris, California, 2004 by Bruce Weber

Wed, 5 Dec 2012 2:50:00 PM EST
Council of Fashion Designers of America (CFDA) Foundation

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