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Tuesday
Dec102013

Curio: The Conde Nast Collection

Alexa here. In searching for holiday gift ideas this year, I keep coming back to The Conde Nast Collection. For a reasonable price (under $150), you can buy photographic prints of the work of some amazing photographers, including Edward Steichen, Cecil Beaton, Horst P. Horst and others.  Their collection from Vanity Fair is especially fine when it comes to the world of cinema. I've chosen some standouts to entice you if you feel like beautifying your walls or someone else's for Christmas... 

Hitchcock carving a Christmas turkey, by John Rawlings

Woody, model, and blue telephone, from Mademoiselle, 1965
Walt Disney by Edward SteichenOrson Welles by Cecil Beaton

Katherine Hepburn by Cecil Beaton

Peruse the collection yourself here

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