Dior New Looks

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Why we have selected this book:

This edition celebrates the feminine style pioneered by Christian Dior, which was dubbed the New Look as soon as the first collection was presented in 1947. The book brings together the most spectacular fashion photographs of the Dior creations from the beginning to 2014. The greatest fashion photographers, the most stunning models and Dior’s iconic style through the ages and as interpreted by several of his creative successors. An extraordinarily beautiful book!

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Book Overview from the Publisher:

Christian Dior achieved immortality with his first collection in 1947. His ‘New Look’ amazed the world as it emerged after wartime austerity, and reset the boundaries of modern elegance. Dior’s search for the perfect line and the ideal silhouette has been celebrated by couturiers of the first rank: Yves Saint Laurent, Marc Bohan, Gianfranco Ferré, John Galliano, Raf Simons and Maria Grazia Chiuri have all made their distinctive contribution.

This book honours Dior’s influence by celebrating the elements of style for every generation since 1947, through inspired pairings of classic and contemporary photographs. Six thematic chapters express outstanding Dior characteristics, including the silhouette, the evening gown and the eternal muse – in short, the aspects of the House that lend it unique distinction both then and now. The most beautiful fashion plates from Dior’s own time sit beside examples of the house’s creations through the decades. The resonance between classic archive photographs and the latest most up-to-date frames is clear and compelling.

Contents List:

Prelude • Chapter 1 Field of Dreams • Chapter 2 Strike a Pose! • Chapter 3 Return of Romance • Chapter 4 Princesses in Bloom • Chapter 5 Muses • Chapter 6 Dior’s Guidelines

This book is brought by Thames and Hudson, ISBN 9780500025048

Additional information

Weight 1.92 kg
Dimensions 28.8 × 21.6 × 3.4 cm
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Format

Hardback

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Publisher

ISBN

9780500025048

Pages

312

Illustrations

170