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In the ’60s, Models Floated Through Paris in Bubbles

The bubble series is widely credited with kicking off a trend of high concept, artistic fashion shoots.
The series starts over the water and shores of the river Seine in Paris, eventually floating into city streets.

There’s something about floating translucent bubbles that’s always seemed futuristic, from the ’60s right up to the present day. Photographer Melvin Sokolsky was on the, er, ball, then, when he shot his now iconic Bubble series for the Harpers Bazaar 1963 Spring Collection.” – Doug Bierend wired.com

wired.com: In the ’60s, Models Floated Through Paris in Bubbles