Iconic Images owns and represents the archives of some of the world’s most celebrated photographers, exhibiting their work around the globe from Los Angeles to Shanghai. Iconic’s latest acquisition, the fashion archive of the great Norman Parkinson comprises over half a million negatives from the 1930s to his death in 1990. Dubbed the "giant of fashion" by the New York Times few of his images have been exhibited. Iconic Images will be revealing vintage and original prints that have lain undiscovered for generations, as well as new modern editions from the archive of its artists. The exhibition will feature: They Shot the Sixties, When Fashion Leapt off the Page and How Hollywood Lost its Virginity.