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100 Years of Fashion Illustration by Cally BlackmanComprehensive survey of the genre over the last century. The book also offers an overview of the development of fashion, as seen through the eyes of the greatest illustrators of the day. Early in the century fashion illustration reflected new, liberating currents in art and culture, such as the exoticism of the Ballets Russes, while the postwar period saw inspiration from the great Parisian couturiers. After the dominance of the celebrity fashion photographer in the '60s, a new generation of illustrators emerged, embracing the medium of the computer, while many returned to more traditional techniques.
Masters of Fashion Illustration by David DowntonA lavishly illustrated and beautifully designed book celebrating the work of the great fashion illustrators since the turn of the 20th century, as well as the great names in fashion illustration, such as Rene Grau and Antonio Lopez, the book also covers fine artists such as Boldini, Warhol and Hockney.
An Illustrated History of Fashion by Alice MackrellA comprehensive and illuminating survey of 500 years of fashion, as seen through the art of its period. Focusing on the means by which costume has been recorded - from woodcuts, engravings and fashion plates to film, photography and the Internet - it offers examples from all over the world.
New Icons of Fashion Illustration by Tony GlenvilleFrom David Downton to Cecilia Carlstedt and from Jason Brooks to Jordi Labanda, 28 masters of fashion illustration from across the world are featured, one by one, in a grand tour of the best work currently produced. While some illustrators create daringly bold graphics, others prefer delicate watercolours and ink drawings. Throughout the volume, both hi-tech multimedia effects and traditional drawing skills are given pride of place, with many of the artists using a mixture of techniques. Lively commentary accompanies the images, while interviews with each illustrator provide further insight into their influences and methods
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Publication Date: 2013
Fashion Drawing in Vogue by William PackerThe very best drawings from seven decades (1920s–80s) of Vogue. This inspired volume features the work of hundreds of artists, including: Edouard Benito, René Bouché, Pierre Brissaud, Salvador Dalí, Jean Dupas, ‘Eric’, Polly Francis, Ruth Grafstrom, René Gruau, Paul Iribe, Tom Keogh, Georges Lepape, André Marty, Harriet Meserolae, Jean Patou, Douglas Pollard, Marcel Vertès and John Ward.
New Fashion IllustrationNew Fashion Illustration is a visually-stunning collection of illustrated art that encapsulates the marriage of imagination and haute couture. The artwork within ranges from fantastical haute couture to the practical and every-day; some rendered in lush watercolor, others in stark black and white, both figurative and abstract, all expressing the same sharp eye for style, design, and aesthetic beauty. It includes advertising, editorial art, and personal work, conceptual designs as well as pieces realized by some of the biggest brands in the world. Features work by 24 artists, including Sara Vera Lecaro, Masaki Mizuno, Nicole Jarecz, David Despau, oldie, and Pippa McManus.
Fashion: A Timeline Photographs 1850 to Today by C. KilbankA definitive and beautifully illustrated visual history of fashion from one of America's premiere fashion historians, Caroline Rennolds Milbank. This unrivaled and exceptional fashion resource is an immersive 150-year visual odyssey which tracks year-by-year, decade-by-decade, the ever-changing fashion landscape from 1850 to the present. With over 1400 photographs, almost all of which are rare - either never before published or rarely seen - we see fashion transform from the crinoline-supported billowing skirts and enormous ballooning sleeves of the late 19th century to the hemlines that fell along with the crashing stock market in 1929; through the shocking pants styles of the '30s and short A-line shifts of the '60s; through the designer-driven styles of the '80s, '90s, and today. In her introduction, Milbank explains the importance of photographs in that they "show what fashion illustrations cannot; what people actually wore, what exaggeration they adopted and the actual prevalence of style."
The Fashion Book by Phaidon EditorsFully revised and updated for 2020, this new edition of Phaidon's iconic global bestseller The Fashion Book takes a fresh look at the fashion world and the people who created and inspired it. Spanning almost 200 years, the entire industry is represented: from designers to photographers, stylists, and retailers, as well as editors and creative directors. Marking significant changes on the fashion landscape, this revised edition features important new names who have fundamentally shaped the way we see fashion in recent years, alongside fashion pioneers of the previous edition. This bestselling--and now updated--classic volume remains a comprehensive and definitive view of the fashion industry today.
Image content and encyclopedia articles on world dress and fashion throughout history. Presented on the Bloomsbury Fashion Central platform.
The Berg Fashion Library is a unique online portal which offers fully cross-searchable access to an expanding range of Berg content collections – including the Berg Encyclopedia of World Dress and Fashion online, e-books, reference works, images, and much more.
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Comprehensive and definitive resource for artists’ biographies, published since 1911. Includes 149,000 biographies as well as auction records, exhibition histories, and over 11,000 images of artists’ signatures and stamps of sale.