Making Fashion Modern – Pierre Cardin

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by Pierre Cardin

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Atzīmējot 100 gadus, kas aprit kopš modes dizainera Pjēra Kardēna dzimšanas, šis apjomīgais, bagātīgi ilustrētais izdevums aicina atskatīties uz viņa agrīnajiem gadiem modes jomā. 50. un 60. gados tapa izcili spilgtas un inovatīvas Kardēna kolekcijas, kas liecināja ne vien par viņa izcilo prasmi darbā ar audumiem un piegriezumu, bet arī ne mazāk iespaidīgo biznesa talantu. Grāmatā uzzināsit par Kardēna personību, par viņa iedvesmas avotiem un slavenākajām kolekcijām. Skaists un iedvesmojošs izdevums!

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Pierre Cardin’s designs were worn by an international elite of beautiful women, from Jackie Kennedy to Lauren Bacall and Jeanne Moreau. A close friend of André Courrèges and Paco Rabanne, Cardin revolutionized modern fashion in the mid-1960s, creating iconic designs that continue to resonate today. His many talents and mastery of materials―from fabrics to plastics―extended from haute couture to ready-to-wear, menswear, jewelry, furniture design, perfumes, and accessories, while his business acumen led him to create an empire that stretched from China to the United States.

In this volume, long-time Cardin collaborator Jean- Pascal Hesse shares his intimate knowledge of the designer’s early career in Paris, and analyzes the creative influences and partnerships that inspired Cardin to design some of the most emblematic haute couture creations of the 1950s and 1960s, as well as the space-age-inflected Cosmocorps work, which presciently explored gender fluidity. Drawing from a broad range of sources that Hesse has been gathering for more than two decades, this work features personal recollections from Cardin himself, in addition to numerous previously unpublished photographs and documents recounting his early years in Christian Dior’s studio, his success in the United States in the 1950s and 1960s, and his profound interest in Japanese art and design.

This book is brought by Flammarion, ISBN 9782080281890

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Svars 1.4 kg
Izmēri 20 × 28 × 2.9 cm
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9782080281890

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256

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