The Grace Coddington by Helmut Newton Photos Are a Portal Into the Past

By: Jordan Sowunmi - Published: • References: ciaovogue & fashionising
The Grace Coddington by Helmut Newton photographs are a direct portal into a luxurious, bygone era. Initially published in the British Vogue's October 1973 issue, the photographs exude an air of upscale elegance, class, and style that only the 70s can.

The Grace Coddington by Helmut Newton British Vogue October 1973 editorial also features models Karin Feddersen and Cathee Dahmen. The group appears to be at an expensive and classy gathering, wine, water, and highly stylized outfits are in abundance.

It's remarkable to look back at these photographs and see Grace Coddington in the prime of her modelling career. Coddington went on to work as a Junior Editor for British Vogue. She then had a stint with Calvin Klein, before landing at her current position: Creative Director at American Vogue, under the much vaunted (and feared) Anna Wintour.

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