Published July 1, 1965
Like his contemporaries Guy Bourdin and Helmut Newton, Art Kane pushed boundaries with his fashion photographs. In this shadowy image from the July 1, 1965, Vogue, he takes a walk on the wild side, shooting a gilded, crimson-soled serpentine sandal by Bernardo with leopard-print stockings.
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