DIED. FRANCESCO SCAVULLO, 82, fashion photographer who could make plain women look beautiful and fashion models look like Cosmo girls; in New York City. Scavullo's work was published in Rolling Stone, TIME, Sports Illustrated and Harper's Bazaar, but he was best known for photographing more than 300 Cosmopolitan covers from 1965 to 1997 in which Scavullo's lights and lenses, and his team's exacting attention to skin, hair and costume, produced a look that became unique to the magazine. Scavullo did celebrity portraits, glamorized Watergate figure Martha Mitchell for a 1974 cover of New York magazine and shot Burt Reynolds in the...

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