Team LBD is eager to share with you the latest gem of the fashion sphere. World-renowned photographer David Bailey, celebrated as one of the greatest British fashion photographers of all time, is hosting a major exhibition at London's National Portrait Gallery. Bailey's Stardust exhibition, the largest ever of the legendary photographer's work, will feature 250 images from his work in fashion, which will include famous subjects Mick Jagger, Francis Bacon, Jack Nicholson, Jerry hall and most famously, unseen images of Kate Moss. Contracted as a fashion photographer by Vogue in the sixties, Bailey shot his first Vogue cover in 1961 and became known as one of the most influential photographers to capture the "swinging sixties" London scene. The gallery will host one of their largest photography collections yet, with subjects including those from his 1974 expedition to Papua New Guinea and images taken in support of the Band Aid Charity following the famine in East Africa in 1985. Here are some of our favourite images from the exhibition....

Kate Moss by David Bailey for Vogue Paris 2013

Jerry Hall and Helmut Newton captured in Cannes by David Bailey, 1983

David Bailey's Mick Jagger in his youth in 1964

David Bailey's muse Jean Shrimpton

Sixties icon Twiggy

Twiggy captured by David Bailey for Vogue 1965

Jean Shrimpton for Vogue 1964 by David Bailey

The exhibition runs until June - Buy tickets to see the exhibition here