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  • Brunette LA

    Photographer for Vanity Fair and Vogue in their heyday, fashion designer for masterpiece films such as My Fair Lady, British war correspondent... Cecil Beaton managed to build an eclectic yet always recognizable body of work.

  • Elizabeth Wilcox

    Love the idea of making collage/ inspiration boards with old books and magazines.

  • Stylist Magazine

    One of our favourite fashion books

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Beaton, Cecil. Cecil Beaton’s Scrapbook. First Edition. 1937. Book and dust jacket are both in very good condition.This, Beaton’s second book, is a collection of his photographs and drawings linked together by chatty and informal commentary. He had unrivaled access to nearly everyone in London, New York, and Hollywood and puts those connections to very good use here. Though antiquarian, this book has a timeless quality. It speaks to the present moment. The New York Times fumed over its Depres...

My new splurge!! LOVE Cecil Beaton so this is a great compilation of his private scrapbooks.... can't wait to receive it! "I see, I collect - therefore I am." - cecil beaton

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Cecil Beaton's Scrapbook, edition from 1937. (Leslie Hindman Auctioneers, Chicago).

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Three Tory inspirations in one: India, orange and Cecil Beaton

one of the things we love has always been books—and all the beautiful typography that comes with it. Cecil Beaton's New York is a particularly beloved one in our library. (october 2013)

Fabulous designer, Cecil Beaton, was sent to India & China by the British Ministry of Information to take photographs. The story of his journey, Far East, was published, but only a few of the many photos taken could be used to illustrate it. So two supplementary volumes, each reproducing about 100 photographs to a large scale, were issued under the titles of Indian Album and Chinese Album. First published, Winter 1945-46. His trip greatly influenced his designs.