Faye Dunaway

  • Fashion
  • Hollywood

These rare portraits of Academy Award-winning actress Faye Dunaway were taken during a break in the filming of 1968's The Thomas Crown Affair.

Dunaway's raw sexuality and boldness in the film, as well as her sartorial elegance (including thirty-one costume changes) made her a fashion icon of the late-1960s.

This was on the heels of Bonnie and Clyde, one of the biggest blockbusters of all-time, which sparked a revival in Depression-era lady chic.

Hatami's soft, natural hues enhance Dunaway's dazzling beauty and playful demeanor.