For better or worse, Bruce Weber is one of the more influential fashion photographers of our time. Refining a homoerotic aesthetic previously restricted to physique pictorials and beefcake magazines, Weber shifted the camera's focus away from the girl and onto boys who invariably represented an impossible ideal of male beauty. The photos he took for Calvin Klein and Vanity Fair
are still being copied often by Weber himself and his fantasies of highly eroticized boyish innocence are still raising a ruckus from within the pages of the notoriously racy Abercrombie & Fitch catalogue. Assembled by Weber himself and overflowing with bits and piece...