Who doesn’t love Peter Lindberg’s work? It was the era of the supermodels, a phenomenon he himself had helped create and he left his own unique stamp upon it influencing an entire generation of fashion photographers with his unmistakeable style. Lindbergh was always far more interested in individuality and personality of his models than in perfection and glamour, qualities you might associate with portraiture rather than fashion photography. The introduction of these images are by photo-historian Martin Harrison. A great book to flip through when seeking for creative inspiration.