Frank Sinatra arrives at Miami beach with his entourage (including his stand-in, dressed in an identical suit and less well-dressed beefy minders) while filming 'The Lady In Cement' in 1968.
It's one of several portraits by the photographer Terry O'Neill going on show at London's Westfield this week as part of a month-long free exhibition. "Art galleries and museums can be intimidating for people", says O'Neill. "I wanted to put the pictures where people were at ease; shopping and eating." In other shots, The Beatles pose in a small backyard in London with their instruments, 1963; Rolling Stones guitarist Brian Jones dines alone, and David Bowie strikes a pose, 1976.