sexual revolution

Harri Peccinotti, who served as art director for Nova, Vanity Fair, Rolling Stone, and Vogue before he quit to become a photographer, is known for leading the movement in non-traditional pin-up images and introducing black women into fashion photography. Harry Peccinotti’s new book Sexual Revolution suggests female seduction in its most primal form; close-up images of a cigarette wrapped between full red lips, the beads of perspiration on a sunbathing woman, and images of models nibbling on candy dominate the 228 pages, which was compiled of over forty years of his work from fashion magazines, book jackets, and his 1968 and 1969 contributions to the famous Pirelli calendar. Available at