A collection of photos titled “Dior Glamour Mark Shaw” is on sale from Rizzoli.

The book introduces photos of Dior Haute Couture taken by Mark Shaw between 1952 and 1962. 130 photos published in Life magazine, said to be the most prestigious magazine of the time, are included in either monochrome or color.

Photos of Christian Dior’s favorite model Rene, a photo of model Kouka wearing a wedding dress, designed by the brand’s third designer Marc Bohan, in the grand salon of the brand’s headquarters, and more are featured.

Text accompanying the photos is handled by English writer Natasha Fraser-Cavassoni, who is based in Paris and writes for British Vogue, Visionaire and US Vanity Fair. The foreword was written by Lee Radziwill, fashion icon and younger sister of the late Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis. Available in French and English versions. Priced at 90 euros.

Shaw (June 25, 1921 - January 26, 1969) was a New York based photographer for fashion and advertisement. After working for Harper's Bazaar and Mademoiselle, he began his 16-year career at Life magazine. During his time with Life, he handled 27 covers and over 100 features. He is also known for his photos of celebrities including the Kennedys, Elizabeth Taylor, Audrey Hepburn and Pablo Picasso. His works communicated the elegance of Parisian haute couture to the US.