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Puig, 100 Years of a Family Business - Assouline
Puig, 100 Years of a Family Business - Assouline
Puig, 100 Years of a Family Business - Assouline
Puig, 100 Years of a Family Business - Assouline
Puig, 100 Years of a Family Business - Assouline
Puig, 100 Years of a Family Business - Assouline
Puig, 100 Years of a Family Business - Assouline
Puig, 100 Years of a Family Business - Assouline
Puig, 100 Years of a Family Business - Assouline
Puig, 100 Years of a Family Business - Assouline
Puig, 100 Years of a Family Business - Assouline
Puig, 100 Years of a Family Business - Assouline
Puig, 100 Years of a Family Business - Assouline

Puig, 100 Years of a Family Business -

$85.00

Assouline

9781614281900

1650225741844

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Description

Guided by the principles of Passion, People, and Performance, Puig is a third-generation family-owned international luxury fashion, fragrance, and cosmetics group based in Barcelona. The company was founded 100 years ago by Antonio Puig, an art lover and habitué of the artistic circles of the time. In 1922 Puig created its first product, Milady, the first lipstick to be manufactured in Spain. Agua Lavanda, launched in 1940, became one of the company’s most emblematic products, with all its ingredients coming from within Spain, and its success led to the company building its own factory and headquarters. During the 1960s the business evolved into a modern global corporation with the signing of groundbreaking designer Paco Rabanne, the establishment of its own research and development laboratories, and the use of cutting-edge talent in the field of advertising and marketing. Brands under the Puig umbrella today include Rabanne, Carolina Herrera, Jean Paul Gaultier, and Nina Ricci; the fragrance divisions of Comme des Garçons, Prada, and Valentino; plus the fragrance lines of celebrities such as Antonio Banderas and Shakira.

Details
  • 192 pages
  • 150 illustrations
  • English language
  • Released in May 2014
  • W 9.84 x L 12.99 x D 1.10 in
  • Hardcover with Jacket
  • ISBN: 9781614281900
About the Author

Eugenia de la Torriente is the fashion editor for El País, a national newspaper of record in Spain, and the deputy editor for El País Semanal, its weekly lifestyle magazine supplement. She previously published a travel book, Madrid, and contributed to Amaya Arzuaga: The season’s book in 2008. Martine Buchet is the author of La Colombe d’Or and The Taste of Provence .

Puig, 100 Years of a Family Business - $85.00

Assouline

9781614281900

1650225741844

Description

Guided by the principles of Passion, People, and Performance, Puig is a third-generation family-owned international luxury fashion, fragrance, and cosmetics group based in Barcelona. The company was founded 100 years ago by Antonio Puig, an art lover and habitué of the artistic circles of the time. In 1922 Puig created its first product, Milady, the first lipstick to be manufactured in Spain. Agua Lavanda, launched in 1940, became one of the company’s most emblematic products, with all its ingredients coming from within Spain, and its success led to the company building its own factory and headquarters. During the 1960s the business evolved into a modern global corporation with the signing of groundbreaking designer Paco Rabanne, the establishment of its own research and development laboratories, and the use of cutting-edge talent in the field of advertising and marketing. Brands under the Puig umbrella today include Rabanne, Carolina Herrera, Jean Paul Gaultier, and Nina Ricci; the fragrance divisions of Comme des Garçons, Prada, and Valentino; plus the fragrance lines of celebrities such as Antonio Banderas and Shakira.

Details
  • 192 pages
  • 150 illustrations
  • English language
  • Released in May 2014
  • W 9.84 x L 12.99 x D 1.10 in
  • Hardcover with Jacket
  • ISBN: 9781614281900
About the Author

Eugenia de la Torriente is the fashion editor for El País, a national newspaper of record in Spain, and the deputy editor for El País Semanal, its weekly lifestyle magazine supplement. She previously published a travel book, Madrid, and contributed to Amaya Arzuaga: The season’s book in 2008. Martine Buchet is the author of La Colombe d’Or and The Taste of Provence .

Description

Details

About the Author

Guided by the principles of Passion, People, and Performance, Puig is a third-generation family-owned international luxury fashion, fragrance, and cosmetics group based in Barcelona. The company was founded 100 years ago by Antonio Puig, an art lover and habitué of the artistic circles of the time. In 1922 Puig created its first product, Milady, the first lipstick to be manufactured in Spain. Agua Lavanda, launched in 1940, became one of the company’s most emblematic products, with all its ingredients coming from within Spain, and its success led to the company building its own factory and headquarters. During the 1960s the business evolved into a modern global corporation with the signing of groundbreaking designer Paco Rabanne, the establishment of its own research and development laboratories, and the use of cutting-edge talent in the field of advertising and marketing. Brands under the Puig umbrella today include Rabanne, Carolina Herrera, Jean Paul Gaultier, and Nina Ricci; the fragrance divisions of Comme des Garçons, Prada, and Valentino; plus the fragrance lines of celebrities such as Antonio Banderas and Shakira.

  • 192 pages
  • 150 illustrations
  • English language
  • Released in May 2014
  • W 9.84 x L 12.99 x D 1.10 in
  • Hardcover with Jacket
  • ISBN: 9781614281900
  • 3.9 lb

Eugenia de la Torriente is the fashion editor for El País, a national newspaper of record in Spain, and the deputy editor for El País Semanal, its weekly lifestyle magazine supplement. She previously published a travel book, Madrid, and contributed to Amaya Arzuaga: The season’s book in 2008. Martine Buchet is the author of La Colombe d’Or and The Taste of Provence .

Free U.S Ground Shipping for orders over $100 - Ships same day if order placed before 2pm EST