If you've read the interview with Albert Watson you know that according to him (and we agree) fashion really hasn’t changed over the years. But fashion photographers have nevertheless managed to keep on creating distinctive and unique 'looks' and 'feels'. To proof this point, here is the work by Boudewijn Neuteboom, a well-known Dutch fashion photographer in the 60’s and 70’s. Frequently published in leading fashion magazines like Avenue it was his idiosyncratic approach to fashion, complete with sceneries hard to find nowadays, that made his works stand out. Result: fashion 'retro', photography 'iconic'
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