Photographed by Bruce Weber.
New York. Conde Nast. Published as an advertising supplement to Vanity Fairin October 1991. First edition. Wrappers. Unpaginated [c.100 pages]. No text, illustrated throughout with b&w photographs. 275 x 210mm (10¾ x 8¼"). .25kg. . English. Near fine; slight surface wear to extremities; a very well preserved, clean copy.
An elusive magazine supplement produced by Calvin Klein Jeans. Weber's advertising shots for the company broke new ground in the field of fashion advertising. The sultry black and white images of scantily clad models (including Christie Turlington and Marcus Schenkenberg) in semi-erotic poses caused an outcry when they were first published. But they were also wildly successful and made Bruce Weber's name in fashion photography. They are a precursor to his work with Abercrombie & Fitch.