Ever wish you could experience being in a room with Kate Moss, Naomi Campbell, Christy Turlington, and Chloë Sevigny all at once? Well, it’s now a possibility thanks to photographer Miles Ladin’s second solo exhibition, "Supermodels at the End of Time."
Named after the lensman’s limited-edition book of the same title, the New York exhibit inside of Station Independent Projects puts Ladin’s photographs of life behind the velvet rope on display. Inside of the white-walled space, you’ll find more than a dozen black-and-white images from Ladin’s ‘90s-era work with publications like Women’s Wear Daily, for which he famously snapped candid, at-night shots of fashion insiders like Moss, seen above at the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Costume Institute Gala in 1995.
In addition to striking, up-close and personal photography, the must-see exhibition also features hilarious text from Bret Easton Ellis’s novel Glamorama, which portrays the high-glamour world of Hollywood and fashion from a laugh-out-loud satirical point of view. With the help of Nick Vogelson as a design consultant, Ladin’s work quite simply puts all of your favorite '90s household names in one place, at one time: now until Oct. 30.
See more of Ladin’s work below—and visit "Supermodels at the End of Time" at New York City’s Station Independent Projects gallery through the end of the month.
Campbell backstage at the Isaac Mizrahi fashion show, N.Y.C., 1994:
Sevigny at the Imitation of Christ fashion show, N.Y.C., 2002:
Turlington at the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Costume Institute Gala, N.Y.C., 1995:
Supermodels at the End of Time: