David Bailey

Simone Rocha, whose AW17 collection lit the catwalk in a sea of poppies, embellished coats and layers of chiffon, paid the
A portrait of Queen Elizabeth II by the renowned British photographer David Bailey was released today to mark her 88th birthday
Flying 24,000 miles in two weeks is a bit much. But well worth it! First, I raced back to London for the opening of the latest, really spectacular show at the Fashion and Textile Museum. The exhibition was opened by none other than Sir Nicholas Serota, Tate Director and one of the most important and influential people in art.
David Bailey is one of the world's most distinguished and distinctive photographers and this exciting exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery, the largest exhibition ever of Bailey's work, reflects the diversity of his extraordinary career as well as putting on show his most defining images.
Fleming speaks of Jimi's other-worldliness, of a man who could stand next to you in a room while giving you the impression he was elsewhere. But for Fleming the creative high point of the decade was 1967, the year that gave the world the Monterey Pop Festival.
The British are coming... The Summer, the August issue takes a closer look at fashion's London legends and meets the new-generation movers and shakers who are making the city the place to be this summer.
Ordinary people and scenes of east London in the 1960s snapped by world famous photographer David Bailey are to go on show
Images of East End characters snapped by world famous photographer David Bailey have been put on show for the first time
Andrew Loog Oldham lives in Colombia, far from the capital in which he made his name. He was born in Paddington, London and