Fendi's Little Black Dress Photograph by Diane Allford

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Frame: Metal, Color: Black, Finsh: Matte
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Fendi's Little Black Dress

Diane Allford

United States

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Size: 14.5 W x 16 H x 0.3 D in

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From the Day Trippin In SoHo: Art Meets Fashion Meets Architecture Photo Series... Fendi Pop Up Store window

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Photography Print:Digital on Canvas

Artist Produced Limited Edition of:100

Size:14.5 W x 16 H x 0.3 D in

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Diane Allford is an internationally published, multifaceted photographer and emerging artist working in New York City. She studied photography at the School of Visual Arts and later established a name in the field of magazine and book publishing as a distinguished photo editor. After many years of servicing the commercial sector, she is now bringing her own art to the forefront.   Diane enjoys shooting imagery that ranges from conceptual to portraiture to documentary. About the Collections: 1. DAY TRIPPIN IN SOHO: ART MEETS FASHION MEETS ARCHITECTURE (2010 - 2020), a surreal fashion and architectural photography essay that documents the urban landscape through the modern evolution of the designer, "High Fashion" storefront windows in New York’s trendy SoHo. It looks at how fashion, art and technology came together when the high fashion brands moved into the area also known as the historic "Cast Iron District" which has the largest concentration of cast iron buildings in the world. This year marks the 10th Year Anniversary since I started this project in the Spring of 2010 2. DAP FEATURES: Fashion & Documentary Photographs from "Urban Street Style" to "Haute Couture" to everyday "Best Life" 3."FOOD" Photographs By Albert Trotman