Fashion photography books are some of the most beautifully edited and published books out there. They are full of beautiful images, and background information, and are enjoyable for everyone, not just fashionistas. The Tony Hakim Fashion Lovers team has pictured out the best fashion photography books for you to enjoy.
Tim Walker’s book is a perfect place to start. Full of his dreamy, whimsical images, Walker has done numerous shoots for Italian and British Vogue, which are included in this beautiful book.
You’ve heard of the ridiculously popular photo blog, and it’s now a book. Scott Schuman has compiled his favourite images from fashion-savvy people on the street into this must-have anthology.
Helmut Newton is arguably the father of modern fashion photography, and one of the most influential photographers ever. His images have inspired debate and controversy, and this compilation of his works shows you just how long he has been in the business.
Louis Vuitton is one of the biggest and most influential design houses in the world, and this book celebrates its history with editorials and advertising campaigns dating back to the 20s. Spanning dozens of photographers and magazines, this book is a milestone for the Louis Vuitton brand.
A span of 100 years is incredible for any sort of business or publication, and it seems a little impossible that Vanity Fair could be that old. But it is – this gorgeous book revisits the magazine’s past, from the Jazz Age to today and reminds us just how much fashion and fashion photography has changed.
For pure beauty, you cannot go past Dior Couture. This gorgeous book is full of couture images shot by Patrick Demarchelier, creating a publication of images we want to climb into and never leave. It captures the absolute beauty of Dior’s creations and finesse of Demarchelier’s dreamy photographs.