New York Magazine, “London Society Women Loved This Fashion Photographer”

In the mid-1920s, Moffat photographed women like Lady Diana Cooper and the writer and anarchist Nancy Cunard, who wore an eccentric feathered hat for one portrait. He became famous for his portraits of Cecil Beaton, a fellow society photographer who went on to work for Vogue and a young Queen Elizabeth.

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