Jennifer Park Oscar De La Renta

ISBN 13: 9783791355238

Oscar De La Renta

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"Oscar de la Renta, a new tome from Prestel, offers an unprecedented view of the designer's archives, in collaboration with the De La Renta family." -Romy Oltuski, Harper's Bazaar, March 2016 "A new book, Oscar de la Renta (DelMonico/Prestel) by Jennifer Park and Molly Sorkin (with an introduction by Andre Leon Talley) throws a spotlight on the late designer's formative aesthetic influences and the powerful themes that shaped his collections....It's a fine complement to "Oscar de la Renta: The Retrospective" at the de Young Musuem in San Franscicso..." Hamish Bowles, "The Hamish Files," Vogue, March 2016

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In this fabulous book, readers will be immersed in the designs that made Oscar de la Renta one of fashion's most influential designers, who dressed celebrities, American First Ladies and socialites from around the world. Thematic sections will trace de la Renta's journey, from his upbringing in the Dominican Republic; the rise of his career in Spain, where he gained his first commissions; his formative years spent in the world's preeminent fashion houses; and the eventual creation of the company that bears his name. Luxurious colour illustrations include images from his historic 1973 fashion show at Versailles, his designs worn from the red carpet to the White House by glamor icons such as Sarah Jessica Parker and Taylor Swift, along with state dinner-worthy creations made exclusively for Hillary Clinton and Laura Bush. In addition, historic images from de la Renta's archives illuminate both the breadth and depth of the designer's work.Andre Leon Talley's heartfelt introduction looks back on a long and treasured friendship, and the authors examine the designer's artistry and technique, as well as the historical and cultural influences fostered by his visionary work in this elaborate tribute to a singular individual.

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Jennifer Park
Verlag: Prestel Verlag Feb 2016 (2016)
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Buchbeschreibung Prestel Verlag Feb 2016, 2016. Buch. Zustand: Neu. Neuware - A full-scale retrospective of Oscar de la Renta's work, this magnificent volume, which accompanies an exhibition at the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, features the designs that defined the fashion icon's long career. In this fabulous book, readers will be immersed in the designs that made Oscar de la Renta one of fashion's most influential designers, who dressed celebrities, American First Ladies, and socialites from around the world. Thematic sections will trace de la Renta's journey, from his upbringing in the Dominican Republic; the rise of his career in Spain, where he gained his first commissions; his formative years spent in the world's preeminent fashion houses; and the eventual creation of the company that bears his name. Luxurious color illustrations include images from his historic 1973 fashion show at Versailles, his designs worn from the red carpet to the White House by glamor icons such as Sarah Jessica Parker and Taylor Swift, along with state dinner-worthy creations made exclusively for Hillary Clinton and Laura Bush. In addition, historic images from de la Renta's archives illuminate both the breadth and depth of the designer's work. André Leon Talley's heartfelt introduction looks back on a long and treasured friendship, and the authors examine the designer's artistry and technique, as well as the historical and cultural influences that fostered his visionary work in this elaborate tribute to a singular individual. 479 pp. Englisch. Artikel-Nr. 9783791355238

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