Sunday, May 10, 2009

When Avedon photographed Coco Chanel and Capote comment it.




"Chanel, a spare spruce sparrow voluble and vital as a woodpecker, once, mid-flight in one of her non-stoppable monologue. said, referring to the very costly pauvre orphan appearance she has to these decades modeled: "Cut off my head, and I'm thirteen." But her head has always remained attached. .."

These are one part of a very long long sentences that Truman Capote commented on pictures of Coco Chanel that took by Richard Avedon. Capote is so true indeed. This is vital.

from the book "Evidence 1944-1994 : Richard Avedon"
Pan's Holiday


ana b. said...

Tehehehehe. That is such a funny little quote from what I imagine is a very interesting book. Avedon has produced some incredible iconic fashion images and Capote - well, Breakfast at Tiffany's was well near perfect!

Flashes of Style said...

Ohhh she is truly amazing!!

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