Reiss exhibits: Love from London


In collaboration with Getty Images Gallery, our Oxford Circus Market Place store is currently exhibiting Love from London: A City of Stars. A photographic exhibition which captures stars from the golden age of cinema in one of the world’s most popular and recognisable cities, London, you'll discover beautiful black and white images of film stars from the Fifties and Sixties at work and at play in various London locations. As our AW12 campaign, Spirit of the City, is set and shot in London, it's an exhibition we are proud to host. Here's a flavour of what to expect...

Audrey Hepburn, 1950

Belgian-born actress, Audrey Hepburn, leaning on an ornate urn in Kew Gardens.

Gregory Peck, 1953

American actor, Gregory Peck, on location in London during the filming of 'The Million Pound Note' , based on a story by Mark Twain.

Terence Stamp, 1967

Actor, Terence Stamp, and model, Celia Hammond, attend the film premiere of 'Far from the Madding Crowd', in which he stars. The premiere is at The Odeon, Marble Arch, London.

Beatty in London, 1962

Film star, Warren Beatty, on location in London.

Marilyn and Olivier, 1956

American film, star Marilyn Monroe, and British thespian, Laurence Olivier, at a press conference at the Savoy Hotel, London.

Penny Farthing Bugle, 1931

Edwin Davey riding a penny farthing bicycle over Lambeth Bridge in London, and blowing a bugle to warn of his approach.

Suzy & Dudley, 1966

Model and actress, Suzy Kendall, with her husband, the actor and comedian, Dudley Moore, in Hyde Park.

Glen Ford, 1951

American film star, Glen Ford, is pictured sightseeing in London, seen here at the Horse Guards Parade.

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