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When It Comes to Fashion Photography, Helmut Newton Was Inimitable

It’s hard to imagine a world in which fashion photography could exist without Helmut Newton. Nearly two decades after the German-Australian photographer’s death, his oeuvre remains unrivaled—and it probably always will. You need only flip through a few pages of Helmut Newton. Legacy for proof. Take a look inside the career-spanning book, newly published by Taschen, here.


A person peering through a keyhole
Heather Looking Through a Keyhole, Paris (1994) by Helmut Newton. © Helmut Newton Foundation, Berlin.

Lisa Taylor and Jerry Hall, Rudi Gernreich, American Vogue, Miami (1975) by Helmut Newton.

© Helmut Newton Foundation, Berlin

Jean Shrimpton, British Vogue (1966) by Helmut Newton.

© Helmut Newton Foundation, Berlin