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And the winner is…..

Thanks for all of you who sent your family portraits. The winner of the book Alexander McQueen: Savage Beauty was randomly selected. And the winner is….. Valerie Bohbot Advertisements

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My Family Portrait

This is the last entry for our book giveaway, the winner will be announced tomorrow Most of my family photos are abroad in my parents’ home and I did not really want to submit a photo of myself, here is … Continue reading

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My Family Portrait

Sitting on the left side is my grandmother Rebecca, it was taken in Poland in 1923 when she was 19. Also in the pictures are her brother and sisters. It was only recently handed to my mother by her cousin, neither of us saw … Continue reading

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My Family Portrait

This photograph was taken in summer camp outside Moscow c. 1951-2. My mother is third from left with the dark bob and grumpy face. I find the composition of the picture very interesting, it captures a moment comprised of several layers- on … Continue reading

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My Family Portrait

It took years for me to stop making fun of my parent’s wedding pictures. They got married in Australia in 1973, and just celebrated 38 years of marriage 2 days ago. Over the years I’ve grown to appreciate the choices … Continue reading

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My Family Portrait

This photo was taken c. 1973, shortly after my parents emigrated from Argentina to Israel. My mother is wearing high leather boots and my father a buttoned down shirt- a style foreign  to their new home. They will soon adjust to the … Continue reading

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My Family Portrait

This is my mom when she was 15. The year is probably 1966-1967. My mom, till this day, is my greatest fashion inspiration. she’s still gorgeous and always fabulously dressed 🙂 Her parents were both holocaust survivors, they were very strict, but she, as you can see, … Continue reading

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