Waspish California beekeeper Ronald Fischer is a model with enough buzz about him to rival Eva, Naomi and Kate. Not so much the new face of Estée Lauder, more the new body of Gale’s Honey. Whatever, Ronald, or rather this photo of him, is the bee in the bonnet of a new exhibition featuring the work of celebrated snapper Richard Avedon. Called, rather excitingly we think, Richard Avedon: Evidence 1944-1994, the show is being held at the National Portrait Gallery in London until 11 June.
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