In the 1980s, Peter Lindbergh invented a new way of photographing and interpreting fashion. Considered as one of the great masters of black and white photography, he is best known for his brilliantly posed images of women of stiking beauty. Using fashion photography as the key to his era, Lindbergh creates scenes which are immediately recognisable and forceful in their modernity. An important exhibition of his photographs was shown at the 1998 Milan Triennial. This book celebrates the essential and fruitful relationship between Lindbergh's photographs and their primary destination, the magazine page, presenting a selection of his most recent work (1996-1998) as it appeared in publications such as "Vogue", "W Magazine" and the "New Yorker".