Grace Coddington, ‘Vidal Sassoon’s Five Point Bob, Contact Sheet’
By Eric Swayne
London, U.K. 1964
Estate stamped selenium toned silver gelatin print hand signed by
Tom Swayne, executor of the Estate
Edition of 50
Paper size 20h x 24w inches
Paper size 40 x 30 inches | £2500+VAT GBP
‘I loved all the boys with soft sad eyes, and lost souls.’ Grace Coddington
‘By 1964 Eric Swayne was shooting for Max Factor, Vidal Sasson, Italian Vogue, Harpers magazine, Vanity Fair and by 1965 he was shooting for London Records, Queen magazine and Grazia.’ Tom Swayne.
Eric Swayne was surrounded by a troop of revolutionary artists, musicians, photographers and models; many of whom were Swayne’s friends. Between them they would all play their part in London’s 60s creative explosion, and their cultural impact is still felt today. This is a unique and intimate record of that special time, taken from the inside.
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