No photographer was better positioned to get publicity than the late Camilla McGrath. In 1963, the Italian countess married Earl McGrath, a gregarious American record executive and art gallerist, putting her right at the intersection of bohemia and high society. From then on, Camilla documented her social life extensively, amassing 103 albums’ worth of gatherings like Jerry Hall’s baby shower and Anjelica Huston’s wedding. But, considering them private mementoes, she never sold nor even exhibited them. Now that they finally have come to light, in the book Face to Face: The Photographs of Camilla McGrath, it’s understandable why. “The kids and the stars were treated the same way,” says Griffin Dunne, whose aunt, Joan Didion, was one of McGrath’s closest friends. “I’d drop by after my shift at Beefsteak Charlie’s and finish the day eating a plate of leftover pasta with Mick Jagger.” That’s exactly how McGrath photographed them, too—so naturally, so unpretentiously, that Andy Warhol, Fran Lebowitz, Jerry Hall, David Hockney, and the rest who ran in their circle might as well be family. See for yourself, here.