Alfred Hitchcock poses in a photo that perhaps reminds the viewer of the director's seminal work, "The Birds." Shot in Los Angeles in 1973 by Albert Watson, this print is number 24 from the sold-out edition of 25. It is estimated to bring in between $9,000-$12,000.
Patti Hansen, who has had songs written about her by both George Harrison and Eric Clapton, looks beautiful in this shot by the late Helmut Newton. It is estimated to sell for between $4,500-$7,500.
Horst P. Horst shot this black and white photograph of Gloria Vanderbilt in 1941, this print was made in the mid-1970s. It us estimated to fetch between $9,000-$12,000.
Two icons of 20th century creativity, Jean Cocteau and Pablo Picasso act playfully at lunch in this 1955 photo by Jacques-Henri Lartigue. Auction estimate is $2,000-$4,000.
The great American writer, Truman Capote is svelte in this 1947 shot by equally legendary photographer, Henri Cartier-Bresson. The print is expected to go for between $9,000-$12,000.
Albert Watson took this lovely shot of Kate Moss in Marrakech in 1993. It's expected to sell for between $16,000-23,000.
This collage of the late Michael Jackson was shot in New York City in 1988 by Albert Watson. This oversized chromogenic print is
no. 2 from an edition of 5, and is estimated to fetch between $18,000-20,0000.
Herb Ritts took this iconic image of Naomi Campbell in Hollywood, 1991. The photo is estimate to sell for between $6,000-$9.000.
Another shot from Albert Watson's photo-collage series is of Jack Nicholson, shot in New York City in 1998. It is expected to sell for between $19,000-27,00 at auction.
This image of Linda Evangelista by Peter Lindbergh was shot in Paris, July 1988
Terence Donovan shot Cindy Crawford for British Vogue in August, 1988. The shot is expected to reach $4,000-5,000 at auction.