Girls in the Windows, del fotógrafo Ormond Gigli que trabajó para publicaciones como Life o Paris Match, se vendió a primeros de octubre en Christie´s de Nueva York.

Ormond Gigli :
“I was inspired to somehow immortalize those buildings. I had the vision of 43 women in formal dress adorning the windows of the skeletal facade,” Gigli writes. “The day before the buildings were razed, the 43 women … climbed the old stairs and took their places in the windows. I was set up on my fire escape across the street, directing the scene, with bullhorn in hand. Of course I was concerned for the models’ safety, as some were daring enough to pose out on the crumbling sills.”

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