Dior executives are releasing a two-volume book to celebrate their long-running relationship with late photographer Peter Lindbergh.
The German photographer and film director passed away in September at the age of 74. Models and fashion stars took to social media to mourn him and many turned out for his funeral in the French capital during Paris Fashion Week, with notable guests including Kate Moss, Cindy Crawford, Naomi Campbell, and Karen Elson.
Now executives at the French fashion house are honouring their relationship with Lindbergh, who shot Dior campaigns featuring the likes of Marion Cotillard and Charlize Theron, by releasing a two-volume book simply titled Dior/Lindbergh.
According to WWD, volume one will contain images from his final project with Dior - a previously unseen photoshoot which took place in New York's Times Square in October 2018 and featured the likes of Elson, Irina Shayk, Alek Wek, Saskia de Brauw, Carolyn Murphy, Amber Valletta, and Sasha Pivovarova. In the images, mostly captured in his signature black-and-white style, the models wear more than 80 vintage Dior creations from the archives against the NYC backdrop.
"Decisive moments capturing haute couture and a frenetic urban landscape pay homage to the street photography movement for which New York frequently served as a backdrop," Dior said in a statement to the publication.
The second volume will feature more than 100 images of Dior looks photographed by Lindbergh for fashion publications.
Dior/Lindbergh, published by Taschen, will be released on 6 November in France and the rest of Europe.
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