When I think of glamour today page three automatically springs to my mind. Busty girls wearing minimal bikini's, false lashes and tan, spread across the daily star. I personally find it degrading and a gateway for girls to become famous by objectifying themselves.. Glamour, however, wasn't always this way...
Horst. P. Horst was a German-American fashion photographer whose works were seen as the most artistically significant depictions of elegance, style and glamour from the 1930s all the way up to the 1990s. His sixty year long career involved cover shoots and spreads in American, French and British Vogue, photographing a succession of well known personalities including Betty Davis and Elsa Sciaparelli and photographing the creations of Coco Chanel for over three decades.
In a world where beauty is evolving more and more every day, and icons are famous for plastic surgery and sex tapes, It's nice to take a step back and truly remember what real Glamour is. An art form and a celebration of the real female body.
I hope these photos will inspire you and fill you with confidence for your Saturday night out.
I'll be staying in my PJ's all day and overindulging in some well needed bonding time with Netflix!