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The New York Times Book ReviewFashion photography has been dismissed as commercial, not creative. Unlike fine-art or documentary photography, which produce autonomous artistic creations, fashion photography has been perceived as functioning only to promote the sale of expensive commodities. Tim Walker's beautiful book will not answer the question "Is fashion art?" But it does demonstrate how the traditional high-low distinctions in visual culture are becoming blurred and, perhaps, increasingly irrelevant.