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Andy Warhol with Edie Sedgwick and Chuck Wein by Burt Glinn, New York, 1965

Edie Sedgwick, Andy Warhol, and Chuck Wein "iconic" New York City, 1965 Photo Burt Glinn Jazzinphoto

I would be interested to read his book

This is Steve Jobs biography by Walter Isaacson. This is an interesting look into the life of Steve Jobs and is an excellent read. Anyone interested in the history of great influences on technology should read this book. Jobs was a great businessman.

Edie Sedgwick Andy Warhol Superstar at the Factory in 1965.

Edie Sedgwick Andy Warhol Superstar at the Factory in This “stripe” though! If that isn’t the most flattering stripe I don’t know what is

We like a good conversation.

Andy Warhol meets Alfred Hitchcock, 1974 - photo by Jill Krementz This conversation that appeared in Interview Magazine in September 1974 doesn’t offer any great insights into filmmaking, but for what.

Edie Sedgwick in stripes. ME ENCANTA ESTA ACTRIZ, DEMUESTRA QUE LA MODA JAMAS PASARA DE MODA. ADEMAS TIENE UN ESTILO QUE VA CONMIGO...AMO LAS RAYAS.♥ EMPEZANDO POR AHI...

Edie Sedgwick Style Star: Get the Look

The Spring/Summer 2013 catwalks were filled with Edie Sedgwick style designs. Here we take a closer look at the fashion icon's signature look.

Edie Sedgwick was a socialite and model who became a muse to Andy Warhol. Heading to New York in 1963, Sedgwick's hard-partying, socialite lifestyle led her to meet artist Andy Warhol, and she became his muse during the height of the Pop Art movement. She starred in several of Warhol's movies before her death in 1971. Edie epitomizes the Avant-Garde 60s to us and Modlips Revival is greatly inspired by her signature style.

Ben: Cool B photobooth pictures of Edie Sedgwick by Andy Warhol. We should post a picture of this contact sheet outside the photobooth as inspiration :)

EDIE SEDGWICK

Edie Sedgwick, Andy Warhol Superstar, wearing a Betsey Johnson for Paraphernalia dress in the film "Ciao!

Rita Hayworth

Rita Hayworth Michael Hoppen Gallery - Artist - Hollywood - The John Kobal Foundation - The Bold and the Beautiful - Marlene Dietrich, from ‘The Scarlet Empress’, Paramount Pictures, 1934

Edie Sedgwick.

Edie Sedgwick - style icon, enigma, little girl lost. The little blonde socialite with the urchin haircut, fragile limbs and lost bird lo.

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