I’ve seen 1940s and 50s fashion photographer Clifford Coffin described by many as one of Vogue’s “lost photographers.” I can’t find much about his background or personal life online, but his photographs are absolutely stunning.
You can see more of his gorgeous photographs here.
Seriously?! Shut UP! A blogging workshop taught by people that were on one of my recent obsession lists?! AARRGHH!
I SO wish I could afford one more trip for blogging right now. I really want to go to Blogcademy! I’ve already signed up to go to Palm Springs for Camp Mighty and Salt Lake City for Alt Summit, so I just don’t think I could swing a trip to NYC too. But man, I would LOVE to learn some tips from Gala Darling, Nubby Twiglet, and Kat from Rock n Roll Bride!
These lovely generous ladies are even offering up one scholarship to their event. How cool is that? Meanwhile, I’ll sit and plot and try to figure out a way to get to NYC in October or convince them to bring their show to Seattle. I’m open to suggestions.
Linda Rodin’s NYC Apartment on Refinery29
I hope I’m this cool when I’m 63. What am I saying? I’m not this cool now. Oh well, I have 20 years to work on it. Check out the rest of these amazing photographs (by Dan McMahon) and the article about fashion stylist Linda Rodin on Refinery29.
Frances McLaughlin-Gill was a fashion photographer and television commercial producer. She got her start at Vogue in the 1940s and created some wonderful work.
I hope you enjoyed this dose of awesome. See you tomorrow with who knows what. :) xo