Published August 15, 1969. Though he shot both fashion editorial along with his celebrity portraits, Bert Stern's oeuvre is still most remarkable for his iconic images of now legends such as Elizabeth Taylor, Audrey Hepburn, and, of course, Marilyn Monroe. In this image, from the August 15, 1969, Vogue, he captures the free-spirited energy of Goldie Hawn during her Laugh-In days in stylish black and white. Hawn's black chiffon minidress is by Jay Kobrin for Maisonette. Artist by Bert Stern
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