Daphne Guiness came out to support photographer David LaChapelle on Friday night to celebrate his portrait of Alexander McQueen and Isabella Blow being inducted into the National Portrait Gallery.
The photo was snapped back in 1996 when a 27 year old Lee McQueen was working at Givenchy.
The portrait dubbed "Burning Down The House" went on to appear in the March 1997 issue of Vanity Fair.
Congrats on the honor, David!
[Image courtesy of Jorge Herrera for the National Portrait Gallery.]
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