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American Fashion Accessories - Assouline
American Fashion Accessories - Assouline
American Fashion Accessories - Assouline
American Fashion Accessories - Assouline
American Fashion Accessories - Assouline
American Fashion Accessories - Assouline
American Fashion Accessories - Assouline

American Fashion Accessories -

$75.00

Assouline

9782759402861

1650234195988

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Description
Starting in the twentieth century, the American accessory designer looked to Europe and then said, “I can do better.”

In a book commissioned by the Council of Fashion Designers of America and edited by Candy Pratts Price, with writing by Jessica Glasscock and Art Tavee, their achievements are revealed: a century of objects of necessity and desire poured forth to boutiques and department stores across the United States and the world. The forward-thinking American accessory designer, in collusion with America’s royalty—the Hollywood star—and in sync with the unstoppable dominance of a rebellious popular culture, has assembled a cabinet of curiosities, including everything from Adrian’s witty Hollywood hats to Ralph Lauren’s all-American accoutrement to Madonna’s rubber bracelets.

It is a tradition that continues today with a stellar group of CFDA designers whose work exemplifies the American accessory.
Details
  • 230 pages
  • 250 illustrations
  • English language
  • Released in
  • W 9.64 x L 12 x D 1.41 in
  • ISBN: 9782759402861
  • 5.0 lb
About the Author
Candy Pratts Price is the executive fashion director of Style.com, the online home of Vogue magazine. Price is a former vice president and creative director at Ralph Lauren, and Harper’s Bazaar fashion director. Lady Beware, a film starring Diane Lane, was based on her early career designing award- winning store windows and displays for Bloomingdale’s.

Art Tavee is a creative director at CondéNet and works at Style.com.

Jessica Glasscock is a writer and costume historian. She works at the Costume Institute at The Metropolitan Museum of Art and is on faculty at Parsons. She is the author of Striptease: From Gaslight to Spotlight and is currently working on a retrospective on designer Stephen Sprouse.

American Fashion Accessories - $75.00

Assouline

9782759402861

1650234195988

Description
Starting in the twentieth century, the American accessory designer looked to Europe and then said, “I can do better.”

In a book commissioned by the Council of Fashion Designers of America and edited by Candy Pratts Price, with writing by Jessica Glasscock and Art Tavee, their achievements are revealed: a century of objects of necessity and desire poured forth to boutiques and department stores across the United States and the world. The forward-thinking American accessory designer, in collusion with America’s royalty—the Hollywood star—and in sync with the unstoppable dominance of a rebellious popular culture, has assembled a cabinet of curiosities, including everything from Adrian’s witty Hollywood hats to Ralph Lauren’s all-American accoutrement to Madonna’s rubber bracelets.

It is a tradition that continues today with a stellar group of CFDA designers whose work exemplifies the American accessory.
Details
  • 230 pages
  • 250 illustrations
  • English language
  • Released in
  • W 9.64 x L 12 x D 1.41 in
  • ISBN: 9782759402861
  • 5.0 lb
About the Author
Candy Pratts Price is the executive fashion director of Style.com, the online home of Vogue magazine. Price is a former vice president and creative director at Ralph Lauren, and Harper’s Bazaar fashion director. Lady Beware, a film starring Diane Lane, was based on her early career designing award- winning store windows and displays for Bloomingdale’s.

Art Tavee is a creative director at CondéNet and works at Style.com.

Jessica Glasscock is a writer and costume historian. She works at the Costume Institute at The Metropolitan Museum of Art and is on faculty at Parsons. She is the author of Striptease: From Gaslight to Spotlight and is currently working on a retrospective on designer Stephen Sprouse.

Description

Details

About the Author

Starting in the twentieth century, the American accessory designer looked to Europe and then said, “I can do better.”

In a book commissioned by the Council of Fashion Designers of America and edited by Candy Pratts Price, with writing by Jessica Glasscock and Art Tavee, their achievements are revealed: a century of objects of necessity and desire poured forth to boutiques and department stores across the United States and the world. The forward-thinking American accessory designer, in collusion with America’s royalty—the Hollywood star—and in sync with the unstoppable dominance of a rebellious popular culture, has assembled a cabinet of curiosities, including everything from Adrian’s witty Hollywood hats to Ralph Lauren’s all-American accoutrement to Madonna’s rubber bracelets.

It is a tradition that continues today with a stellar group of CFDA designers whose work exemplifies the American accessory.
  • 230 pages
  • 250 illustrations
  • English language
  • Released in
  • W 9.64 x L 12 x D 1.41 in
  • ISBN: 9782759402861
  • 5.0 lb
Candy Pratts Price is the executive fashion director of Style.com, the online home of Vogue magazine. Price is a former vice president and creative director at Ralph Lauren, and Harper’s Bazaar fashion director. Lady Beware, a film starring Diane Lane, was based on her early career designing award- winning store windows and displays for Bloomingdale’s.

Art Tavee is a creative director at CondéNet and works at Style.com.

Jessica Glasscock is a writer and costume historian. She works at the Costume Institute at The Metropolitan Museum of Art and is on faculty at Parsons. She is the author of Striptease: From Gaslight to Spotlight and is currently working on a retrospective on designer Stephen Sprouse.

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