When you think of 1960's fashion photography, theres going to be one name that pops in to your head. David Bailey was one of the biggest photographers of the time and is still considered an inspiration today. Starting from the 6th February 2014 The National Portrait Gallery will be home to over 250 pieces of Bailey's best work in an exhibition celebrating the legendary photographer.
I don't think you need me to tell you that this will be a definite must see, Baileys portraits of icons such as Jean Shrimpton and Twiggy have become a definitive part of the 60's. Baileys work is classic and instantly recognisable and even though produced over 30 years ago would no doubt fit in the pages of Vogue magazine today just as well as they did in the 60's.
Whether you're interested in fashion or photography its a definite must see!