Gorgeous Photos Of ’60s Classic Beauties Taken By Jerry Schatzberg

Sara Thom, New York City, 1962

Born 1927 and grew up in the Bronx, New York, photographer and film director Jerry Schatzberg photographed for magazines such as Vogue, Esquire and McCalls. He made his debut as a feature film director with 1970’s Puzzle of a Downfall Child starring Faye Dunaway.

“It’s the type of business where you are always extending yourself. You have to buy equipment and supplies before you can afford it. You work 24 hours a day: you shoot in the daytime, you process in the evening, you print all night and at about four o’clock you go to Bickford’s for a cup of coffee to sustain yourself.” – Jerry Schatzberg

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Sara Thom, New York City, 1962

Sara Thom, New York City, 1962

Sara Thom, New York City, 1962

Sharon Tate, 1966

Sharon Tate, 1966

Sharon Tate, 1966

Sharon Tate, 1966

Sharon Tate, 1966

Ursula Andress, 1965

Anna Carin Bjorck in a strapless ball gown made of white tulle with gold pailletes and pheasant feather ribbons by Balmain, June 1960

Anna Carin Bjorck, April 1960

Anna Carin Bjorck, February 1960

Anne St. Marie, circa early 1960s

Aretha Franklin, 1967

Catherine Deneuve, 1965

Catherine Deneuve, 1965

Catherine Deneuve, 1965

Catherine Deneuve, 1965

Catherine Deneuve, 1965

Charlotte Rampling, 1966

Charlotte Rampling, Brittany, France, May 1965

Claudia Cardinale, 1963

Dancer Carmen de Lavallade, 1962

Edie Sedgwick, 1966

Faye Dunaway is holding a bunch of balloons in Central Park, New York City, 1969

Faye Dunaway, 1966

Faye Dunaway, 1968

Faye Dunaway, 1968

Iris Bianchi, New York, 1967

Ivy Nicholson, circa early 1960s

Jean Newington backstage at the Yves Saint Laurent fashion show, Paris, 1962

Model is wearing a shirt and skirt in Roman striped silk by Robert Sloan, 1964

Natalie Wood, New York City, 1966

Nico, Manhattan, New York, June 1961

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