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  • Tenise Smith

    1950s Fashion Photography – Fur- John Fredericks, Lisa Fonssagrives modeling fox stole by Maximilian and Hat, October 1951

  • Elma Poelsma

    Photographer-Irving Penn \\ Model - Lisa Fonssagrives (1911 – 1992) -Swedish fashion model widely credited as the first supermodel.

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    Ŧhe ₵oincidental Ðandy: Through The Lens: The Iconic Glamour of 1950s Fashion Photography ~ (Part I: Irving Penn, Richard Avedon & Frank Horvat)

  • Kassandra Baker

    Vogue - October 1951 Premium Photographic Print by Frances Mclaughlin-Gill

  • Marilyn Standefer

    Vintage classic

  • Marnie Agnew

    Lisa Fonssagrives Penn fashion photograph by Frances McLaughlin Gill Vogue

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