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User Image pink_eye Posted: Dec 13, 2017 11:43 PM (UTC)

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UNBOUND by Matt Harrison (@badrena) First and Facsimile Editions. Excellent print work in both color and b/w, of a detailed and interesting short body of work. [ #aughtvoid #mattharrison #unbound #zines #print #photobook #xerographica ]
User Image _stay_steezy_ Posted: Dec 13, 2017 6:21 PM (UTC)

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After all the early morning physical therapy sessions before work, to all the late nights in the gym. The moment all your sacrifices and hard work pay off and you get to do what you love again 🏂💙#theLordismystrength#aclwarrior#mammothmountain#mamammothstories#theaclclub#unbound#staysteezy
Who else is dreaming of a white Christmas? 🎄 Until then, you can live vicariously through Steph Jagger and her triumphant memoir, Unbound: A Story of Snow and Self-Discovery! ❄️ ______________________________________________
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User Image 1972projects Posted: Dec 13, 2017 4:23 PM (UTC)
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13/24 McCallson, Carol (1928-1988) The second half of this midcentury model A-Z is being posted, appropriately enough, on New York time, from Barbara Mullen's hometown - the home to a postwar boom which would transform the industry forever. What didn't change, though, was the industry's rigid caste system; agencies slotted new arrivals into the most likely-looking category - high-fashion, photographic, junior, miss, bridal, lingerie, showroom - and kept them tidily in their lanes. (Mullen was an exception, transitioning from department store runways to magazine covers through a fairytale twist of fate.)
The Junior and Miss categories had it particularly tough - too short to compete with the high-fashion clotheshorses, and with only a brief window of time to remain relatable to the youthful audiences of Mademoiselle, Charm and Seventeen. Alice Bruno and Dolores Dalziel were amongst the many youngsters who fell into that short-shelf-life category - alongside Carol McCallson, now mostly known for her brief spell as Mrs. Francesco Scavullo.
The daughter of Norwegian immigrants, McCallson grew up on the West Coast, and started out with Dorothy Prebble's Hollywood model agency in the early Forties. She made the leap to Manhattan, and to the Fords, three years later - and quickly became a success, working regularly with Frances McLaughlin, William Claxton (her high-school boyfriend) and Francesco Scavullo - whom she would marry in 1952, and leave 18 months later.
Following her divorce, McCallson continued to model for a couple of years, predominantly in advertisements. And then she married well, but briefly (as so many of the Ford Agency's early faces did), to a Manhattan stockbroker. It's not a desperately interesting story in itself, and the world of junior modelling was only ever glancingly recorded - but McCallson (a wistful figure with a passion for jazz - and a weakness for jazz musicians - what one magazine called an 'over-determined mouth') deserves, at the least, a larger footnote in model history.

#CarolMcCallson #FrancescoScavullo #1952 #BarbaraMullen #TheReplacementGirl #Unbound #FashionHistory
User Image gjsearcey Posted: Dec 13, 2017 2:17 PM (UTC)
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Exciting news! We’re moving to Greece! 🇬🇷
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Just kidding... for now.

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