Photographer Miles Ladin has recently launched a new solo exhibition entitled “Supermodels at the End of Time,” showcasing a series of rare and intimate images taken during the golden age of modelling. Featuring iconic models who shot to stardom from the late 1980s to the early 1990s — including Kate Moss, Naomi Campbell, Cindy Crawford, Devon Aoki and the like — the exhibit offers a candid look at this particular era in the modern history of fashion.
Ladin has also released a limited-edition artist’s book bearing the same name as the exhibition. In addition to the photos, the book includes text from Bret Easton Ellis’s 1998 novel Glamorama, which serves up a sardonic and witty commentary on celebrity culture and consumerism.
“Supermodels at the End of Time” will be running until October 30 at New York’s Station Independent Projects. For more information, head over here.
Station Independent Projects
138 Eldridge St #2F,
New York, NY 10002