Stunning, unseen photos of Slim Aarons celebrating the luxurious life of the elite are released in a new book
- Unseen Slim Aarons’ photos have been commemorated in a new book
- George ‘Slim’ Aarons worked between 1916 and 2006 and appeared in Life
- The book follows his previous work and time in Hollywood among the glitterati
Stunning, previously unseen photographs by Slim Aarons have been commemorated in a new book celebrating the luxurious lives of Hollywood’s elite.
The book is the ultimate and most comprehensive collection of George ‘Slim’ Aarons’ photography and contains more than 100 previously unpublished images.
It describes the groundbreaking fifty years of Aarons’ work and begins with his fieldwork as an army photographer.
It then continues through his early years in Hollywood, opening the LIFE agency in Rome, doing fashion and travel shoots for Holiday, and eventually traveling the world for Town & Country.
Slim worked between 1916 and 2006 and was among the most influential photographers of his generation.
His photographs have appeared in numerous magazines, including Town & Country, Life and Holiday.
The host, Slim’s friend and owner of the Kaufmann House Nelda Linsk, shines in yellow at the center of the party
North Conway, New Hampshire, a woman looks at the snow while holding skis
Stunning, unseen photos of Slim Aarons have been memorialized in a new book celebrating the luxurious lives of Hollywood’s elite
Poolside in Bouldereign, Carl Howgard’s home in Carefree, Arizona, 1973 Slim Aarons is part of the collection
The swimming pool of Sotogrande, Spain, takes the reader back in time in 1975 through beautiful photos
Viscountess Harriet de Rosiere of Mougins, France, was among the brilliant photographer’s subjects
Marianne Faithful and Mick Jagger at Castletown House were among the glitterati also featured in 1968
The book summarizes Slim’s decades of work, spanning five decades
The Lido of Venice in 1957 shows two women in their swimsuits