You Should Have Been With Me
An overview of a major photographic talent.
A social history of cultural bohemia from the golden age of the 60s and 70s.
In this photographic scrapbook, fashion photographer Stan Shaffer shares his extraordinary life at the nexus of art, fashion and cinema. On this incredible journey we traipse through the hottest NYC parties where everyone is somebody and they're all dressed to kill!
Over his career as icon maker, Shaffer has hung out with everyone from Andy Warhol to Jerry Hall, Carla Bruni to Uma Thurman. With his fine-tuned intuition, this trendsetting photographer reveals the real person beyond these public facades. Some times sexy, often quirky, these im a ges are always joyful and original.
Text in English, German, French, Spanish, and Italian.
200 duotone photographs