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1967: American artist and filmmaker Andy Warhol helping actor Susan Bottomly choose an earring on the set of his film, 'Chelsea Girls,' Warhol Factory, New York City. Warhol wears a black leather motorcycle jacket, a double-breasted jacket, suede jeans, and boots. Bottomly was credited in the film as International Velvet. (Photo by Santi Visalli Inc./Getty Images)
1967: American artist and filmmaker Andy Warhol helping actor Susan Bottomly choose an earring on the set of his film, 'Chelsea Girls,' Warhol Factory, New York City. Warhol wears a black leather motorcycle jacket, a double-breasted jacket, suede jeans, and boots. Bottomly was credited in the film as International Velvet. (Photo by Santi Visalli Inc./Getty Images)
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Credit:
Santi Visalli Inc. / Contributor
Editorial #:
3230803
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Archive Photos
Date created:
01 January, 1967
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JK7745
Object name:
01w/07/arve/G1967/030
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