Little Guides to Style: A Historical Review of Four Fashion Icons: 17 (The Little Guides to Style: A Historical Review of Four Fashion Icons)

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Little Guides to Style: A Historical Review of Four Fashion Icons: 17 (The Little Guides to Style: A Historical Review of Four Fashion Icons)

Little Guides to Style: A Historical Review of Four Fashion Icons: 17 (The Little Guides to Style: A Historical Review of Four Fashion Icons)

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We are committed to offering the best value to our members, with a satisfaction guarantee on both your membership and merchandise. BID) presents the extraordinary work of 50 interior designers and offers a behind-the-scenes look as they share their inspirations, expertise, and thoughts on what it means to be a designer of color working in the industry today. Home of both laid-back street style and the luxury of the MET Gala, New York has earned its reputation as one of the most stylish capitals in the world. A visual catalyst for readers to tap into their own tales, heritages, and personalities to decorate their spaces. The book cover has no visible wear, and the dust jacket (if applicable) is included for hard covers.

Known for their strong social media presence driven by their "Balmain army" of fans, Balmain holds a unique position among the top couture houses today. Keep in Touch introduces original designs for invitations, postcards, stamps, and seals, offering a fresh perspective on an age-old tradition. The book follows a biographical chronology detailing her life and career, with chapters organized into collections, collaborations and themes such as surrealism, her use of colour and her perfume line.Going on to found his own fashion house in 1961, Saint Laurent created his famous 'le smoking' trouser suit, brought the leather jacket to the mainstream and astounded the fashion world with his blend of elegance and artistic drama.

With diverse and unique subcultures like the kitsch Sweet Lolitas, the dark and dramatic goths and punks, the retro rockbillys and the elegant and traditional Wa Lolitas, Tokyo is home to an explosion of fashion like no other. Chanel is a house known for its signatures that not only changed the course of fashion history but still resonate today – the Little Black Dress, the tweed suit, costume jewellery, Chanel No5. Chronicling the life and legacy of Coco Chanel, one of fashion's most influential couturiers, this gorgeous book offers a fascinating account of Chanel's evolution and innovation. Established in 1905, the British-founded Swiss designer and manufacturer, Rolex, revolutionized the watchmaking industry with ground-breaking and innovative designs that continue to dominate worldwide. Heavily embellished, dazzling detail meets futuristic silhouettes for an instantly recognisable look.This instalment of the beautiful Little Books of City Style series will look at the style evolution of this incredible capital, providing an exquisitely illustrated guide to dressing like a true Tokyoite. It's a fabulous thing to give life to fabric, to make something move well, the harmony of colour' - Hubert de GivenchyEver since Audrey Hepburn stood outside Tiffany's, croissant in hand, Givenchy has been the last word in elegant couture. Includes Little Book of Christian Louboutin, Little Book of Louis Vuitton, Little Book of Schiaparelli and Little Book of Yves Saint Laurent – telling the stories of four iconic fashion houses and the creative geniuses behind them. An exploration of the visual corollary to Didion's life and work and the feeling that each generates in her admirers, detractors and critics--including artists from Helen Lundeberg to Diane Arbus, Betye Saar to Maren Hassinger, Vija Celmins and Andy Warhol . Good fashion is evolution, not revolution' – Pierre BalmainOne of the original big Parisian couture houses, alongside the likes of Dior and Chanel, Pierre Balmain reigned supreme over the 1950s fashion world with his spectacular and intricate evening wear.

Video and performance artist Anne Walsh's encounter with and multipart response to surrealist painter Leonora Carrington's novel The Hearing Trumpet. Midcentury Modern Style is a smart, fun guide to the major design concepts of a popular retro style.These signatures were inspired by Gabrielle Chanel’s taste, life experience and travels – but it was Karl Lagerfeld who took these signatures and ingeniously adapted them for the twenty-first century woman. Follow in the footsteps of some of the world’s most famous painters in this fascinating work from the Journeys of Note series.



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