A Passion For Fashion
Aired On: Jul 18, 2013
Neal Barr discusses his career of fashion photography, including his own collection of 1920's vintage fashion.
Neal Barr opened his photo studio in New York City in 1962, specializing in fashion and beauty assignments for magazines and advertising agencies. Between 1963-1965, Barr shot eight covers for Sports Illustrated, including boxer Cassius Clay’s first SI cover. From 1966-1974, he was a contributing photographer to Harper's Bazaar, frequently...
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