Getty Images 'School Riding' by Slim Aarons
Slim Aarons photography of girls of Foxcroft School, near Middleburg, Virginia waiting at the stables for their horses. Circa 1960. Fun fact: Foxcroft is considered to be the elite of America's private schools.
Giclée print on archival paper. White frame included.
George 'Slim' Aarons, a WWII Army photographer, returned from the war with a mission of his own: to photograph "attractive people doing attractive things in attractive places." From 1947 to 1993, on assignment for Holiday, LIFE, Vogue, and Town & Country, he traveled the world documenting the rich and famous at home and play. Slim's iconic photographs, the best of which are gathered here, provide a rare glimpse into a golden age of wealth, privilege, beauty, and leisure.