“Captivate!”: Fashionable 90s in Amazing Nostalgic Photos

Naomi Campbell, Christy Turlington and Linda Evangelista, Paris, 1990.

Roxanne Lowit

The 90s are back! In a richly illustrated volume, which accompanies her first ever curated exhibition, Claudia Schiffer brings together legendary fashion photographers, designers and supermodels, whose visions captivated and shaped the decade.

The book draws from a diverse panorama of various aspects, characters, and places, the interplay of which made fashion become a kind of ‘total artwork’ during the 90s. Major photographic works by legendary photographers are balanced with unseen material from Schiffer’s private archive. Readers gain insights into a diverse world of images: the extravaganza of Arthur Elgort’s oeuvre is shown next to Corinne Day’s intimate and immediate style. Ellen von Unwerth’s sense of humour and exuberant play with sexiness, meet the sculptural and perfectly composed works by Herb Ritts. The provocative photos by Juergen Teller contrast with Karl Lagerfeld’s elegant and timeless images. Many more iconic photographers are featured in the volume. The accompanying essays by leading heads of the fashion industry shed light on a decade which strongly shapes the culture of the present.

More: Captivate! Fashion Photography from the 90s h/t: guardian

Seeing Spots, Naomi Campbell, Los Angeles 1990 for Vogue US

Peter Lindbergh

Stella Tennant, 1995 for Vogue US.

Arthur Elgort

Kate Moss, Paris, 1995 for Vogue US.

Ellen von Unwerth

Christy Turlington and Kate Moss, backstage at Isaac Mizrahi, Los Angeles, 1994.

Roxanne Lowit

Claudia Schiffer, Deauville, France 1990 for Chanel.

Karl Lagerfeld/Chanel

Yasmeen Ghauri, Panama 1991 for Vogue US.

Hans Feurer

Beverly Peele and Tyra Banks, 1993 for Vogue UK.

Arthur Elgort

Karl Lagerfeld with Claudia Schiffer, Helena Christensen and others, Paris, 1994.

Mario Testino

Beverly Peele and Naomi Campbell, 1993 for Vogue US.

Arthur Elgort

Helena Christensen, Claudia Schiffer, Stephanie Seymour, Christy Turlington and Naomi Campbell in Hollywood, 1993 for Vogue US.

Herb Ritts

‘Seventh on Sale’: Claudia Schiffer and Cindy Crawford, New York, 1992 for Revlon.

Bruce Weber

Christy Turlington, 1990 for Vogue UK.

Patrick Demarchelier

‘Golden Girls’: Emma Sjöberg, Nadja Auermann, Naomi Campbell, Kate Moss, Ève Salvail, Shalom Harlow, Carla Bruni, Olga Pantushenkova, Christy Turlington, Linda Evangelista, Claudia Schiffer, Yasmeen Ghauri, Amber Valletta, Tricia Helfer and Helena Christensen backstage at Versace RTW Fall, 1994.

Doug Ordway

Claudia Schiffer, Palmdale, California, 1992.

Herb Ritts

Christy Turlington, 1999 for Harper’s Bazaar.

Patrick Demarchelier

Linda Evangelista, Central Park, New York, 1993 for Interview.

Juergen Teller

‘Young Pink Kate’, London, 1998.

Juergen Teller

Beverly Peele, Lanzarote, 1991 for Elle France.

Hans Feurer

Claudia Schiffer, Viareggio, Italy, 1989 for Guess Jeans.

Ellen von Unwerth

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