Dries Van Noten


Author: Pamela Golbin,Kaat Debo,Joseph Logan

Publisher: Lanoo Books

ISBN: 9789401414746

Category: Design

Page: 320

View: 1085

This volume shows the range and diversity of Dries Van Noten's collections to date, revealing his sources of inspiration, using a range of creative mediums to illustrate this and really get inside the mind of the fashion designer, from concept to construction."

Dries Van Noten

Shape, Print and Fabric

Author: Andrew Tucker

Publisher: Watson-Guptill Publications

ISBN: 9780823012091

Category: Design

Page: 64

View: 2778

In the funky yet elegant, wild yet wearable eclectic collections of this Belgian designer, East meets West, masculine meets feminine, and color, pattern, and layering are used to supreme effect.

Power Mask

The Power of Masks

Author: Walter Van Beirendonck,Kaat Debo

Publisher: Lannoo Publishers

ISBN: 9789401442954

Category: Indian masks

Page: 240

View: 5513

"Since the 1990's, Walter Van Beirendonck has been fascinated by masks. A mask changes your identity, raises a particular atmosphere and has instant impact. Artists like André Breton, Pablo Picasso or even Breughel were inspired. Power Mask - The Power of Masks goes deeper into the different facets of masks: the link between Western art and African masks, the supernatural and the rituals around masks, masks in fashion, masks like fetish, and more" -- Vendor's statement.

Fashion Together

Conversations with Fashion's Most Influential Collaborators

Author: Lou Stoppard

Publisher: Rizzoli International Publications

ISBN: 0847848809

Category: Crafts & Hobbies

Page: 304

View: 7790

Fashion is often seen as an industry of eccentric personalities and unique, exceptional talents but it's the collaborators, rather than the individuals, who underpin the industry and inspire this book. This stylish volume, compiled by Lou Stoppard, editor-at-large of London's SHOWstudio, delves into the behind-the-scenes worlds of the fashion industry's most intriguing partnerships to explore what, exactly, makes these pairs such magical duos. Featuring eighteen illuminating conversations led by Stoppard, Fashion Together: Fashion's Most Extraordinary Duos on the Art of Collaboration reveals the secrets behind leading fashion luminaries such as Vivienne Westwood and Andreas Kronthaler, Marc Jacobs and Katie Grand, Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin, Rick Owens and Mich�le Lamy, and Stephen Jones and Thom Browne. Never-before-seen photographs and sketches, handwritten notes, and fashion editorials showcase each duo's most memorable work. Profound, funny, and provocative, the conversations range from childhood inspirations to nitty-gritty industry details to advice on how to succeed in the fashion business today. Names featured are: Marc Jacobs and Katie Grand , Rick Owens and Mich�le Lamy , Nick Knight and Daphne Guinness , Riccardo Tisci and Mariacarla Boscono, Jonathan Anderson and Benjamin Bruno , Shaun Leane on Alexander McQueen . Kim Jones and Alister Mackie, Viktor Horsting and Rolf Snoeren , Jack McCollough and Lazaro Hernandez, Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin, Carol Lim and Humberto Leon , Gareth Pugh and Ruth Hogben, Philip Treacy on Isabella Blow , Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott , Thom Browne and Stephen Jones , Katie Hillier and Luella Bartley, Iris Van Herpen and Philip Beesley, and Vivienne Westwood and Andreas Kronthaler.

No Photographing

Author: Timm Rautert

Publisher: Steidl Dap

ISBN: 9783869303222

Category: Photography

Page: 176

View: 4647

In 1974 the young Timm Rautert travelled to Pennsylvania to photograph those who normally don't allow themselves to be photographed: the Amish, a group of Anabaptist Protestant communities. Four years later Rautert returned to America, this time to the Hutterites who live so stringently by the Ten Commandments and the bible's restrictions on images that they have their identity cards issued without photographs. Both these two series were influential on Rautert's later work and No Photographing brings them together for the first time.

Dries Van Noten 0-50

Author: Dries Van Noten,Susannah Frankel,Tim Blanks

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: 9789401446129


Page: N.A

View: 2131

The world of Belgian fashion designer Dries Van Noten expressed through his first 100 collections and fashion shows

Maria Cornejo


Author: María Cornejo

Publisher: Rizzoli Publications

ISBN: 0847860272

Category: Clothing and dress

Page: 286

View: 8809

The first and long-awaited diaristic volume of the celebrated fashion designer Maria Cornejo - the queen of feminine, timeless, artful minimalism. Maria Cornejo established her atelier in 1998, and in the nineteen years since her label has grown a devoted following of fashion icons including First Lady Michelle Obama. A champion of women in the fashion industry and beyond, Cornejo is guided by the idea of creating wearable luxury for real women. Her designs are timeless and accessible, using only the highest-quality fabrics to make minimalist, modern, understated luxury and effortless elegance. This is an intimate portrait of Cornejo's processes and inspirations that combines a mix of Polaroids, sketches, runway shots, and photographs created especially for this book by her fashion-photographer husband, Mark Borthwick, including images of Tilda Swinton, Cindy Sherman, and many other fashion muses. This much-anticipated volume will be a must-have for lovers of fashion, culture, and personal style alike.


Photographs by Chris Moore

Author: Alexander Fury

Publisher: Laurence King Publishing

ISBN: 9781786270634

Category: Photography

Page: 496

View: 4152

Chris Moore is the undisputed king of catwalk photography. His six-decade career includes images of all the iconic catwalk shows because he was at them all. This is the ultimate and only edit of Moore's work throughout his career and covering the changing face of the catwalk. Covering each of the decades images are accompanied with essays by award-winning fashion critic Alexander Fury, based on extensive interviews with Moore, exploring Moore's career along with key catwalk moments. From Coco Chanel's final show to Galliano's graduation, supermodels to showstoppers, McQueen to Versace and more Catwalking presents the definitive catwalk highlights captured by the man who has seen and shot it all.

Calvin Klein

Author: Calvin Klein

Publisher: Rizzoli Publications

ISBN: 0847860140

Category: Advertising

Page: 480

View: 9174

An archive of images - chosen by Klein himself - accompanied by private insights and behind-the-scenes stories

Maiolica Before Raphael

Author: Elisa P. Sani,Justin Raccanello

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: 9781911300205


Page: 200

View: 5423

Maiolica before the age of Raphael examines the origin of Italian maiolica and its evolution from c. 1350 up until 1500, a period which engendered some of the most rapid and exciting innovations in all ceramic art, before maiolica's better known heyday in the High Renaissance. High Renaissance maiolica, produced in Italy in the orbit of Raphael and other artists, is widely known and has been extensively studied. This istoriato, or narrative, maiolica graces the collections of many of the world's greatest museums. But not for almost 100 years has attention been focused on magnificent works that preceded it in the 14th and 15th centuries, which were at times prized by contemporary patrons more highly than precious metals. This new publication refocuses the spotlight of contemporary scholarship onto the birth of design in Italian maiolica, and its evolution from c. 1350 up until 1500. It was during this formative period that its characteristic tin-based glaze, with the pure and brilliant white surface it offered the late-medieval potter, engendered some of the most rapid and exciting innovations in all ceramic art. Potters began to decorate the surfaces of their earthenware vessels (of an increasingly varied spectrum of shapes and forms) with squirming, meticulous designs of unparalleled ingenuity and expression that incorporated multisensory influences from luxury contemporary textiles, metalwork, and exotic lustreware from Islamic Spain. Illustrating and describing in-depth over forty rare objects from the foremost centers of production that have survived in private hands, this catalogue discusses the spread and evolution of the medium, as well as the history of collecting and the changing taste for Italian pre-Renaissance pottery during the nineteenth and twentieth centuries.

Olivier Theyskens

She Walks in Beauty

Author: Kaat Debo,Vanessa Friedman,Wim Mertens,Lydia Kamitsis

Publisher: Rizzoli Electa

ISBN: 9780847862467

Category: Fashion designers

Page: 272

View: 985

The first complete monograph on Olivier Theyskens surveys his twenty-year career and documents the highly anticipated return of his eponymous label. Olivier Theyskens's refined sensibilities earned him international acclaim as the dark prince of late 1990s couture. From his first saturnine collections, to his new vision for Rochas, to his patterns and textiles at Nina Ricci, to his years designing for Theyskens' Theory, the designer has proved himself a master of couture, semi-couture, and pr�t-�-porter. Celebrated for his fine tailoring, romantic silhouettes, and gothic palette, Theyskens transforms each house he helms. This distinctive volume charts the twenty-year development of an extraordinary aesthetic vision, rendered across countries, cultures, and the shifting sands of the fashion landscape. Newly commissioned texts connect the threads of the Belgian-born artist's diverse practice. Drawings created for the publication accompany photography from each period of his career. At both Rochas and Nina Ricci, the designer crafted ethereal garments with unorthodox silhouettes, mixing sheer fabrics and old-world bustles with subtly subversive punk elements. Theyskens then broke ground in 2011 with his trailblazing partnership, Theyskens' Theory. With a special focus on the designer's return to the runway at the head of his own line, this is the definitive work on a fashion visionary who, like the girls he designs for, changes form, but walks in beauty wherever he goes.

Margiela. the Hermes Years

Author: Kaat Debo,Rebecca Arnold,Suzy Menkes

Publisher: Lannoo Publishers

ISBN: 9789401452366


Page: 272

View: 1302

Martin Margiela's pioneering and timeless designs made for the luxury house of Hermès between 1997 and 2003 are the stars of this book, highlighting this period in the iconic and enigmatic Belgian designer's career. The match between Hermès, the epitome of French luxury, and Maison Martin Margiela's deconstruction generated an earthquake in the fashion landscape that is still being felt to this day.0Innovations in tailoring, technique and materials, as well as a new vision of fashion with an emphasis on comfort, timelessness and tactility created clothing whose primary aim is to please the wearer, not to impress the viewer. An image of women was also introduced that was no longer obsessed with youth but left room for women of different ages, thus generating an alternative vision of beauty.00The first edition was published to accompany an exhibition in the Modemuseum Antwerp. The new edition, accompanying the exhibition in Paris, includes images from the Antwerp exhibition and new texts.00Exhibition: Musée des Arts Décoratifs, Paris, France (22.03.-02.09.2018).


A Guide to the Fashion Cities of the World

Author: Megan Hess

Publisher: Hardie Grant

ISBN: 9781743792476

Category: Design

Page: 192

View: 850

John Galliano

Author: Robert Fairer,Claire Wilcox

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: 9780500519516


Page: 352

View: 6983

Now creative director of Maison Margiela, John Galliano started his career in London in the late 1980s, straight after graduating from Central Saint Martins. After being appointed head designer of Christian Dior in 1996, Galliano continued to create two collections a year for his namesake brand. They acted in many ways as a laboratory of ideas, allowing him to let his imagination run wild, free from both the commercial pressures associated with a house as iconic and as global as Dior and the influence of the hallowed house's iconic pieces - a pure expression of his personal design style. Opening with an essay on the designer's work, John Galliano: Unseen unfolds chronologically. Thirty collections are included, each introduced by a short text by Claire Wilcox, revisiting the designer's most iconic creations and revealing previously unseen behind-the-scenes moments that capture models, hairdressers, stylists, makeup artists and John Galliano himself at their most creative. Robert Fairer's stunning and high-energy photographs capture the glamour and frenzy that defined Galliano's shows. A treasure-trove of inspiration, they make this publication a must-have reference for fashion and photography lovers alike.

Jil Sander

Author: Matthias Wagner

Publisher: Prestel

ISBN: 9783791357515


Page: 240

View: 1149

Published in a book for the first time: Jil Sander, one of the most influential fashion designers of her generation! Jil Sander is known for designing well sculptured, high quality clothes in subdued colors. This comprehensive book presents her work from the late 1960s to 2014. Challenging the styles of flamboyant femininity, her collections delighted the fashion world with their purity. She proposed a modernity which did away with senseless ornaments, while dynamizing the individual. This lavishly illustrated book will showcase the ingenuity and creative power of a designer who aimed at underlining a person's personality. More than 150 illustrations present the Jil Sander vision which had a huge impact not only on fashion, but on product design, advertising campaigns, and store architecture as well.


Author: Renata Molho

Publisher: Rizzoli International Publications

ISBN: 9780847844227

Category: Design

Page: 375

View: 8459

The first monograph published on the acclaimed fashion house celebrates a brand famous for its lustrous fabrics and artisanal quality. Gimmo Etro founded the eponymous fashion company in 1968 with the launch of a range of fabrics made with noble and natural fibers embellished with original designs via an innovative color process. The company’s signature paisley motif appeared in its first collection and quickly became an iconic design element. In 1981, Etro expanded into textiles for upholstered furniture, and leather goods were added in 1984 with a bag and valise collection in paisley jacquard fabric. In 1985, Etro launched the home accessories and complements collection, thus consolidating the brand’s lifestyle concept. The 1990s saw the unveiling of the first men’s and women’s prêt-à-porter collections, their inventive and recherché style earning the label instant recognition. The materials and a special talent with prints are what make Etro unique and inimitable. The Etro family began using textiles and fashion as a mode of art as well as expression. Originally identified primarily with Gimmo, the founder, today the company is managed by the four children.

Ideas from Massimo Osti

Author: Daniela Facchinato,Massimo Osti

Publisher: Damiani Editore

ISBN: 9788862082358

Category: Design

Page: 432

View: 7125

'Ideas from Massimo Osti' tells the story of the birth and development of the formal and textile innovations of the creator of the clothing brands C.P. Company and Stone Island, one of the most respected and imitated designers of his generation.

A. F. Vandevorst

Author: Alix Browne,Michael Schwartz

Publisher: Hannibal

ISBN: 9789492677259


Page: 594

View: 1577

A fascinating insight into the stimulating universe of Belgium's cult fashion designer duo A.F. Vandevorst. A universe of fetishes, fur, leather, sensual folds and tight straitjackets... That is what Belgian fashion designers A.F. Vandevorst stand for. This publication celebrates their twentieth anniversary. 0An Vandevorst and Filip Arickx met in 1987, on their first day of school at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Antwerp. Ten years later, they set up their company Blixa and presented their first collection as A.F. Vandevorst in Paris. They have collaborated with such people as the flamboyant hat designer Stephen Jones and have grown to become one of Belgium's most edgy cult designers, closely connected to the Antwerp Six (Dries Van Noten, Ann Demeulemeester, Walter Van Beirendonck ). With fashion shows and flagship stores in Paris, New York and London, they are much respected internationally and hugely admired in Japan. A.F. Vandevorst's aesthetics are the result of their strong love for the visual arts, music and literature and of their great interest in cultural archetypes. This book focuses on their diverse inspirations, including Joseph Beuys, the military and the medical scene, and is a collaboration with artists to whom An and Filip feel strongly connected. Among them is Blixa Bargeld (Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds/Einsturzende Neubauten), who was the source of their first company's name and has been a big inspiration ever since.