Sibling rivalry has never looked more glamorous than when Annie Leibovitz shot the high-profile sisters Jackie and Joan Collins in Los Angeles for Vanity Fair in 1987, at the height of the "Dynasty"-era excess. Competing, cantilevered cleavage and dueling baubles were just the half of it. Rumor has it that tensions were high between the actress and the author because Joan, right, had signed a multimillion-dollar book deal with Jackie's publisher. Click here to continue reading this article.
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