Special Thanks To Irving Penn— For His Vision, Artistry, And Friendship Over The Years, the Patchett & Auer Families express their gratitude for Irving Penn’s Numerous Creative Contributions to Fashion Photography. Irving Penn’s Work Over The Decades Raised The Level Of Photography To An Art Form As Seen On The Pages Of Vogue And Other Fashion & Arts Publications. Penn’s Work Is Legendary and a Major Chapter in Fashion History

Photography Credits                                                 


Irving Penn

Richard Avedon

Horst P. Horst

Tom Polumbo

Erwin Blumenfeld

Norman Parkinson

Cecil Beaton

Serges Balkin


Clifford Coffin

John Rawlings                                                                  

Louise Dahl-Wolfe

Lillian Bassman                                                             

Milton H. Greene

Leonard Mccombe

Toni Frissell

Phillipe Halsman

Nina Leen

Peter Basch

Gjon Mili

Frances Pellegrini

Richard Rutledge

Arthur Rothstein

George Platt Lynes

Frances Mclaughlin Gill

Genevieve Naylor

Constantin Joffee

Dan Wynn

George Hurrell

A. Aubury Bodine

William Helburn

Gordon Parks

Mark Shaw

Kenneth H. Heilbron

Francesco Scavullo

Gleb Derujinsky

Jerry Schlozberg

James Moore

Carmen Schiavone

Maria Martel

Wingate Paine

Karen Radkai

Paul Radkai

Slim Aarons Hutton

Ben Somoroff

Jerry Plucer-Sarna

Roger Prigent

Otto Finn

Gene Fenn

Fernand Fonssagrives

Richard Litwinn

William Ward

George Barkentin

Leslie Gill


Sy Kattelson

Kay Bell

George Barris

Leombruno Bodi

Philippe Pottier

Stephen Colhoun

Carl Erickson


Larry Guetersloh

Magazine Credits
Vogue Knitting
Vogue Pattern
Harper’s Bazaar
Town & Country
Simplicity Pattern
The New Yorker
Vanity Fair




Book Credits

  • Eileen Ford’s “Now And Forever” 1977
  • “On The Edge — 100 Years Of Vogue” 1992
  • The New York Times 2002
  • “New Frontiers Of Photography” Time Life Publications
  • “The Art Of Vogue Photograph Covers” — By Valerie Lloyd
  • Encyclopedia Britannica — Online
  • “Irving Penn” By John Szarkowski
  • “Passage”: A Work Record By Irving Penn 1991
  • “Moments Preserved” By Irving Penn
  • “Irving Penn A Gareer In Photography”
  • ‘Louise Dal-Wolfe”: A Retrospective By Vicki Goldberg & Nan Richardson 1984
  • “Clifford Coffin” By Robin Muir
  • Today’s News Today 1955
  • William Helburn: Madison and Seventh by Robert Lilly and Lois Lilly
Commentary Credits                                                


Cathy Horyn, The New York Times

Eileen Ford, Ford Models Agency
Jerry Ford, Ford Models Agency
Irving Penn — Fashion Photographer
Edward R. Murrow CBS ‘Person To Person’ — Jean Patchett “Herself”
Stephen Macmillan Moser — The Austin Chronicle
Luis Auer V
Amy Auer
Daniel C. Patchett

Web Design
Panoptic Communications Inc. — Richard Kauffman
Platypus Multimedia Solutions Dan Raymo
Toka Web Studio — Tom Mariano

Video Credits
Edward R. Murrow — Person To Person
Season 2 Episode 22 January 28, 1955
Jean Patchett “Herself” Jean Patchett Archives
Funny Face 1956 Paramount Pictures
Fred Astaire, Kay Thompson, Audrey Hepburn, Music George & Ira Gershwin

Editorial Credits Staff
Daniel C. Patchett Creator — Producer
Amy Auer — Historian & Collaborator
Jessica Sherman — Assistant & Research
Susan Patchett Bartley — Proof Reading
Matthew Bartley 2Nd Proof Reader

Thank You: — Jessica Hastings
miniMadMOD60S — Linda Morand, Ceo Founder And Super Model
Adrian Buchan
Gregg Nystrom, Paper Doll Designer, Artist & Illustrator
Jim Howard, Fashion Illustrator, Artist & Paper Doll Magazine Designer
Paper Studio Press – “Couture” Sublime Fashions of the 1950s

Jean Patchett Auer — Archives
A Majority Of The Photographs & Images Shown In This Web Site Are Drawn From Jean Patchett’s Personal Collection Of Modeling Photographs, Contact Sheets, Negatives, Transparancies, Fashion Ads, Fashion Photo Features, Books, Newspapers, Magazine Covers From Vogue, Bazaar, Glamour, Charm, Life, Town & Country, Esquire, McCall’s , And Film From 1948 Through the 1970’S.

Kodak Colorama Chromspun Images:          

Courtesy of George Eastman House, International Museum of Photography and Film©Kodak.  Used with permission.