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Tina Fey graces the cover of TIME Style and Design Spring 2013.

Photographs by Paola Kudacki; Styled by Anya Ziourova

Brad Pitt photographed by Sebastian Kim from “Great Performances,” February 20, 2012 issue. See more of our best portraits from 2012 here.

Mick Jagger with his girlfriend Jerry Hall photographed as they left the Limelight club. Sept. 19, 1984

A new book looks back on some of Ron Galella’s most famous portraits, from Marlon Brando and Madonna to Jackie Kennedy and Frank Sinatra. See more here.

A new LightBox video series—in which Shaul Schwarz visits luminaries at home—debuts today with a trip to see author John Irving. Watch here.

Marilyn Monroe, Worcester, MA, 2007, Chip Simone

Steven Kasher Gallery in Chelsea is exhibiting the work of Chip Simone — this will be the first exhibition by the artist outside of the American South in over 20 years. Read more about the exhibition here.

Chip Simone’s work is a unique confluence of two traditions, the American modernist photographic tradition epitomized by his teacher Harry Callahan, and the new digital street photography that has only recently burst out. Simone brings together the studied constructedness of the mid twentieth century New Vision with the nanosecond quick captures made possible by the digital photographic revolution. He is one of the first photographers to make wholly satisfying digital prints, prints both monumental and full of quicksilver 21st century perceptions.

Terry O’Neill

The Foundation Rwanda “Evening of Food and Fotos” rock photography benefit auction—featuring pictures like Terry O’Neill’s shot of Amy Winehouse—is coming up on April 4. More information about the event is available here.

Tom Hiddleston wears Dunhill, Church’s and Byrne & Burge. Michelle Dockery wears Chalayan Black Line, Karen Henriksen, Gareth Pugh, and Cornelia James.

Photographer Jonathan de Villiers channeled a time-traveler’s perspective on London for TIME Style and Design, which relaunched today. See more here.

Emily Blunt wears Dolce & Gabanna.

Photographer Peter Hapak asked Emily Blunt to get into character during the cover shoot for TIME Style and Design, which relaunches this March after a three-year hiatus. See more here.

On March 20th, Bruce MacCallum’s photo exhibit of pop icons in the late ‘60s/early ‘70s will open at The Half King. The show is part of The Half King Photography Series, curated by Anna Van Lenten. Spanning 1969-1974, Sixties Pop Icons, Unseen reflects the pursuit by a young photographer, of, among others, Jimi, Joan, Janis, Grace, Mick, Keith, Jim, CSN&Y, Joe, and Sly.

MacCallum recalls photographing Jim Morrison in August of 1970:

Jim Morrison in the Dade County Courthouse, Miami, Florida. Jim was on trial for indecent exposure at a 1969 concert in Miami. There was no proof to back up the charges. I shot this in the hallway next to the men’s room where we were taking a break, having a smoke. Jim’s interest in rights and freedom of expression seemed more on his mind than what was swirling around the courtroom. I hung out with him and the Doors for a few days. I do not remember talking about the trial—just about music. 

Don’t miss outOn opening night, Bruce and Sacha Lecca, senior photo editor at Rolling Stone, will moderate a slideshow and discussion of Bruce’s work.

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