A new exhibition celebrating 'Fabulous People' and 'Fabulous Lives' is to launch in The Village, Westfield London next month.
Featuring some unique fashion photography, highlights include film star Joan Collins captured in 1955 with her pink poodle on her pink bed, and author Truman Capote, cigarette and book in hand, relaxing in his cluttered Brooklyn apartment in 1958.
Our favourite one has to be the legendary Faye Dunaway taking breakfast by the pool at the Beverley Hills Hotel with the day's newspapers, the morning after her Oscar success in 1967.
Other images also show how the fashion has changed over the years, and give us a truly unique glimpse into how certain styles have evolved too.
"We spent six months looking at the entire Getty Images collection- one hundred years worth of the world’s best photography. If an image didn’t make us gasp it didn’t make the cut," Getty Images Gallery Director, Louise Garczewska.
Against a backdrop of the worst economic downturn in recent memory, Westfield London, in collaboration with the Getty Images Gallery, has created an inspiring and captivating sanctuary from the gloomy news and grey skies.
"Fabulous is our way of helping to raise the spirits and bring some joy into our customers’ lives. It’s a celebration of great fashion and style seen through the eyes of the world’s most talented photographers," Paul Buttigieg, General Manager at Westfield London.
The exhibition will open on Thursday 5th March. Check out a sample of some the images here