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Titel: The New Boutique: Fashion and Design
Verlag: Merrell 2005
Zustand des Schutzumschlags: Dust Jacket Included
OKart. mit OUmschlag, 192 Seiten, 4°, mit zahlreichen, farb. teils ganzseitigen Fotografien im Text. Neues und unbeschädigt, sehr guter Zustand. Brand-new copy. Today's leading fashion houses are increasingly collaborating with critically acclaimed architects and designers to reshape fashion architecture. Packed with stunning photography, this book brings together the most cutting-edge fashion boutiques in the major fashion capitals of the world, and examines how each one reflects and endorses the fashion designer's particular look. Book Language/s: en. Buchnummer des Verkäufers A11317
Inhaltsangabe: Lavish presentation of the most courageous (and sometimes outrageous) collaborations between some of the world's most critically acclaimed architects and designers and the leading fashion houses of our time Brings together the most cutting-edge fashion boutiques of the twenty-first century in the major fashion capitals of the world: London, Milan, New York, Paris and Tokyo Stunning photography throughout and critical texts by Neil Bingham, leading commentator on architecture, design and fashion Included are Sybarite's Marni boutique in London, Claudio Silvestrin's flagship store for Giorgio Armani in Milan, Frank Gehry's project for Issey Miyake in New York, Philippe Starck's work for Jean Paul Gaultier in Paris and Herzog and de Meuron's Prada Epicenter in Tokyo A compelling reference for anyone interested architecture, design or fashion worldwide
Über den Autor: Neil Bingham is an independent writer on architecture and contemporary culture, based in London and North America. From 1985 to 2003 he was a curator of prints and drawings at the Royal Institute of British Architects, London. His publications include the highly successful book Modern Retro: Living with Mid-Century Modern Style (Ryland Peters & Small, 2000, ISBN 1841720488).
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