Welcome back Lounger,
Enter your login details below
      Lost your Password?
Become a Lounger.
It's free. It's easy. It's a community. Get involved!

Fill out your details for instant activation as a Lifelounge community member

This gives you access to post in all forums, comment throught the entire site, get all Lifelounge Newsletters and all the updates on our unique promotions, events and initiatives.

Step 1 of 2
Username:
Password:
Confirm Password:
Email:


  Search

Melvin Sokolsky proves that fancy bubbles never go out of style

29 OCT 2008 | Posted By: Katie

0
Now displaying 1 - 16 of 21 Load more images

Melvin Sokolsky began working for Harper's Bazaar in 1959 and hasn't stopped taking photos of beautiful people looking fabulous since. Maybe his most famous fashion shoot, the Bubble series for Harper's Bazaar appeared in 1963 and it's magical. The clothes are heavenly and the bubble creates the feeling that the women are untouchable and in an entirely different league to all the regular schmucks. Some kind of ethereal, glamorous league. They don't make 'em like they used to. More at sokolsky.com.

0
WEEKLY LIFELOUNGE NEWSLETTER
   Submit
RELATED CONTENT
Handy Andy Pandy, a ginger with a camera
Art Kane photographed musicians
Sandro Miller - Homage to photographic masters
Mikael Aldo shoots eerie dreams
Kyle Thompson messes with the elements
Just the Two of Us by Klaus Pichler
Erna and Hrefna by Ariko Inaoka
Comments on this Post
There are "6" comment(s) on "Melvin Sokolsky proves that fancy bubbles never go out of style"

Respect Jake
Absolutely gorgeous photos! Your explaination sums it up so well, a wonderful find! - Jake OXOXOXO
Jake  -  5 years ago
Reply  |  Report
Senior Member Bamalam
I want a bubble!
Bamalam  -  5 years ago
Reply  |  Report
Advanced Member 7DF097C9
wow... amazing work. And more thinking it's more than 40 years old!
7DF097C9  -  5 years ago
Reply  |  Report
Member D1121F41
so does that mean they are in they're own bubble literally and metaphorically? :)
D1121F41  -  5 years ago
Reply  |  Report
Member E52F97D9
reminds me of the bubble..monster children
E52F97D9  -  5 years ago
Reply  |  Report
New Lounger lucasluke15
loving the pics its so kool
lucasluke15  -  4 years ago
Reply  |  Report

Want to talk it out?

If you’re already a Lifelounge member, simply login. Or you can connect via Facebook. If you want to stay anonymous (chicken!) just fill in this form for a once-off comment.

To sign-up to Lifelounge click here.
Your Name:
Your Email:
 


Link Image YouTube



Featured Today on Lifelounge
Soulfest Melbourne 2014
Soulfest Melbourne 2014

Posted in Music - 5 days ago

Future Music Festival 2015 line-up
Future Music Festival 2015 line-up

Posted in Music - 2 days ago

Daily Instagram Goodness
Also by Katie
Material World by David Welch
Material World by David Welch

Posted in Photography - about a year ago

The Photography of Ted Emmons
The Photography of Ted Emmons

Posted in Photography - about a year ago

Photography of David Saxe
Photography of David Saxe

Posted in Photography - about a year ago

Paul Fusco and the Chernobyl aftermath
Paul Fusco and the Chernobyl aftermath

Posted in Photography - about a year ago

2
It's a shame how far that company has fallen and w...

1 link
arthurhansen
 
1
Y'all were right on the first six, but then just s...
Me
 
10
Does the question even have to be asked? Well it s...
jawan
 
2
Start working at home with Google! It's by-far the...
dannyalafleur
 
 
1
Start working at home with Google! It's by-far the...
dannyalafleur
 
1
Start working at home with Google! It's by-far the...
dannyalafleur
 
1
Start working at home with Google! It's by-far the...
dannyalafleur
Seen
Lucas Grogan paints and stitches conversations
Lucas Grogan paints and stitches conversations
_0007_08