Elusive femininity by photographer Nina LinBy Pictolic https://pictolic.com/article/elusive-femininity-by-photographer-nina-lin.html
Nina Lin's beautiful black and white photographs reflect the notion of beauty and style in the 1940s and 1950s. Lyn was one of the first female photographers for LIFE magazine, and her images are definitely different from the rest - a real concentration of sophistication, high fashion, incredible beauty and femininity.
Nina Leen was one of the first women photographers for LIFE magazine and became famous for her series of photo essays about the mores and customs of American society.
The photographer was born in the Russian Empire in 1909, but grew up in Europe, where she began to engage in animal photography. In 1939, Nina moved to the USA.
Funny teenage girls, sophisticated models, popular actresses and simple housewives, who fell into her lens on the eve of the sexual revolution, are now perceived as symbols of a bygone era of the last femininity.