Lee Miller and Fashion: Hand Grenades like Cartier Clips.Fashion and surrealism shaped Lee Miller's unique way of seeing the world. First starting as a model, posing for some of the top photographers in America in the late 1920s, Lee later became a fashion photographer in her own right. She then metamorphosed into a WWII correspondent and combat photographer, before returning to her role as a photographer at British Vogue, producing distinctive and witty images in the post-war years. This highly illustrated presentation explores the influence of fashion on Lee's career. Written and presented by her son Antony Penrose with Lee's words spoken by her granddaughter.