Leather and Lace: Twenty Portraits of Stevie Nicks in the Seventies

Fleetwood Mac vocalist and successful solo artist Stephanie Lynn Nicks had trouble pronouncing her own name when she was a kid, instead pronouncing it "tee dee." Thus, Nicks unintentionally created the nickname that stuck with her from early life to international fame. Her overprotective mother made her stay home more often than not, and in her time spent isolated she developed a love of fairy tales, which may in part account for her trademark frilly, romantic look. 

This collection of Stevie Nicks portraits shot at the height of her success shows the diva in a series of ensembles that showcase her feminine style. She somehow appeared simultaneously innocent and with the air of an experienced, well traveled woman of rock and roll. 

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