Tony Nourmand & Peter Doggett
Foreword by Joan Collins
“I don’t think any photographer today has managed to capture a decade in the way that Mario captured the absolute glamour and decadence in his 1980s photographs” -Joan Collins.
It was the decade of Dynasty and Dallas; shoulder-pads, white linen suits and splendid excess. Big was beautiful, greed was good, and the backdrop to everyday life was an intense struggle for global domination. TV, movies and music reflected the public appetite for beautiful people living extraordinary lives. Mario Casilli captured those beautiful people at their best, defining forever the look of 1980s pop culture. Stars adored him, he made them look fabulous, his amazing photography immortalised them. Casilli’s images helped create global superstars and they trusted him; who else could have shot Sally Field for Playboy or convinced Barbra Streisand to pose in her underwear…
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