A photographer's artistic fascination with mannequins is explored through a series of 390 portraits from around the world. This compelling photographic essay captures the personalities and drama of storefront figures, while presenting intriguing questions about the nature of mannequins: their relationship to art and the role they play in shaping women's form in perception and fantasy. Retailers, merchandisers, members of the fashion industry, and photography enthusiasts will all find this book a valuable source of inspiration.
A trial lawyer by profession, Steven Richman has established himself as an accomplished photographer. This is the second book of his work, which has also appeared in national magazines and journals. He lives near Princeton, New Jersey.