Slim Aarons (1916 - 2006) was an American society photographer who photographed "interesting people in interesting places" who did "interesting things". Slim Aarons started his career in the late 1940s and took photographs until his death. He had access to the most coveted parties, took photos for Vanity fair, Vogue, Town & Country, Harper's Bazaar ... "La dolce Vita" was nothing unfamiliar to him. He had people like Marilyn Monroe, Clark Gable, Lauren Bacall, the Rothschilds and the Guinness in front of the camera. His photos are particularly sought-after objects by interior designers today, as they give an impression of the lifestyle of high society that has never been seen before - and which will probably no longer exists.