From the effortless style of boho beauties like Ali McGraw to the iconic hairstyle of Farrah Fawcett, here are some of our favorite photos of the era’s most famous actresses. Raquel Welch (1970)Terry O'Neill/Getty Images Jacqueline Bisset (1970)Terry O'Neill/Hulton Archive/Getty Images Barbra Streisand (1970)Ron Galella, Ltd./WireImage Goldie Hawn (1970)Terry O'Neill/Getty Images Ali McGraw (1971)Evening Standard/Hulton Archive/Getty... | ivillage.comRead Full Story
A man is being hailed as a hero in his native Australia this week, after saving the life of a toddler who collapsed in a local supermarket. Rowan O'Neill was shopping Sunday in a Perth, Australia, IGA grocery store, when a panicked mother brought her unconscious 2-year-old to the checkout counter and begged for help, reports Nine MSN. CCTV footage from the store shows mom Amy Collard leaving her child, Shaylar, on the counter and running outside for her husband. The dad, identified as Michael...Read Full Story
Taking a break from forcing my CV upon every publication I can find a valid email address for, here is a few snippets from the week gone by.1. Terry O'Neill only takes pictures of people he fancies Image: Terry O'NeillSo thisweek, The Telegraph published aQ&A with one of the greatest photographer’s of our time, Terry O’Neill, andtrust me he has a few choice words on some of our most beloved leading ladies. WithTerry Richardson staying away long enough to let the original Terry say hispiece...Read Full Story
As purveyors of Jamaica Blue Mountain coffee, James Bond's favourite coffee, we are honoured to support ALL ABOUT BOND: Photographs by Terry O’Neill . Please do visit this fantastic exhibition! It's on from 13th September – 4th November 2012 at Proud Chelsea,161 King's Road London, Greater London SW3 5XP. See below details:
Proud Chelsea is pleased to announce an exclusive exhibition by acclaimed photographer Terry O’Neill. Since its creation in 1953, and inception in film in 1962, James...Read Full Story
Terry O'Neill is an English photographer, who achieved his greatest success documenting the fashion style, and celebrities of the 1960s. He attracted attention for photographing his subjects in unconventional or candid settings.
He began his photographic career working for a photographic unit for an airline at London's Heathrow Airport. By chance he photographed a sleeping figure in a waiting room; when the person was revealed to be the Home Secretary, O'Neill found further employment on...Read Full Story
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