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Photographers and their muses:  Arnaud de Rosnay and Marisa Berenson - Aristos of fashion and otherwise;  Arnaud de Rosnay was a baron, the "Queen of the Scene" Berenson, the daughter of a countess (and granddaughter of the well-born Italian designer Elsa Schiaparelli) - they lived the high life together, recording their antics in Vogue.  Photos by Arnaud de Rosnay.  Vogue, January 1, 1968.

Photographers and their muses: Arnaud de Rosnay and Marisa Berenson - Aristos of fashion and otherwise; Arnaud de Rosnay was a baron, the "Queen of the Scene" Berenson, the daughter of a countess (and granddaughter of the well-born Italian designer Elsa Schiaparelli) - they lived the high life together, recording their antics in Vogue. Photos by Arnaud de Rosnay. Vogue, January 1, 1968.

Marisa Berenson.  Photo by Arnaud de Rosnay.  Vogue US, February 15th, 1967.

Marisa Berenson. Photo by Arnaud de Rosnay. Vogue US, February 15th, 1967.

Legendary 60s British photographer captured all-Americans Lauren Hutton in Geoffrey Beene's geometric squined t-shirt dress. US Vogue October 1967.

Legendary 60s British photographer captured all-Americans Lauren Hutton in Geoffrey Beene's geometric squined t-shirt dress. US Vogue October 1967.

Jean Patchett, photo by Gleb Derujinsky for Harper's Bazaar, July 1954 | by skorver1

Jean Patchett, photo by Gleb Derujinsky for Harper's Bazaar, July 1954 | by skorver1

inner party at Alfred and Betsy Bloomingdale's home in Holmby Hills, photo by Nat Farbman, Sept. 1959

inner party at Alfred and Betsy Bloomingdale's home in Holmby Hills, photo by Nat Farbman, Sept. 1959