MICHAEL A. “TONY” VACCARO. Architectural hats. New York, New York, 1960
After service in World War II during which Tony Vaccaro photographed as well as fought, he worked for major U.S. magazines, including Flair and LOOK before joining Life. He established himself as a celebrity and fashion photographer. This photograph was part of an article in LOOK on “architectural hats,” for which hats were created to match buildings, such as the Guggenheim Museum in New York.