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20th. Century Fashion
FASHION MEMOIR, UNIVERSE OF DESIGN, UNIVERSE OF FASHION SERIES
B4788) Schoeller, Guy. BETTINA : Fashion Memoir. 1998. 8 3/4" x 6
3/8", 80 pages, 56 illustrations,
B4940) Sozzani, Franca. DOLCE & GABBANA :
Fashion Memoir. 1999. 8 3/4" x 6 3/8", 80 pages, 44
illustrations. Chronology. Hb
in dw, near fine.
B4112) Sischy, Ingrid. DONNA KARAN New York : Fashion Memoir. 1998.
8 3/4" x 6 3/8", 80 pages, 46 illustrations,
B4523) Barille, Elisabeth. LANVIN : Fashion Memoir. 1997. 8 3/4" x 6 3/8", 80 pages, 55
Baudot, Francois. POIRET :
Fashion Memoir. 1997. 8 3/4" x 6 3/8", 80 pages, 53
B5935) Bergé, Pierre. YVES SAINT LAURENT : Universe of Fashion. 1997. 8 3/4" x 6 3/8", 79 pages, superbly illustrated throughout in colour and black and white. Chronology. Hb in dw, a near fine copy. 20.00 pounds sterling
B4355) Baudot, Francois. ELSA SCHIAPARELLI : Fashion Memoir. 1997. 8 3/4" x 6 3/8", 80 pages, superbly illustrated, mainly in colour, mainly full-page. Chronology. Hb in dw, near fine. 35.00 pounds sterling
B4337) Martin, Richard. VERSACE - Fashion Memoir. 1997. 8 3/4" x 6 3/8", 80 pages, superbly illustrated, mainly in colour, mainly full-page. Hb in dw, near fine. 30.00 pounds sterling
Pringle, Colombe. ROGER VIVIER. 1999. 8
3/4" x 6 3/8", 80 pages, 50 illustrations,
B5303) Pringle, Colombe. ROGER VIVIER. 2004. 8 3/4" x 6
3/8", 80 pages, 50 illustrations,
FASHION DESIGNER, FASHION COMPANY, DRESSMAKER, MODEL - BIOGRAPHIES, FASHION PHOTOGRAPHERS, CATALOGUES ETC
Germano; Koda, Harold. GIORGIO ARMANI. 2000. 12 1/4" x 10 1/4", 381 pages, lavishly
illustrated in black and white and colour. Published in conjunction
with the major exhibition at the Guggenheim Museum, New York.
Resume of Armani’s men’s and women’s collections, 1976
– 2001, Chronology, good bibliography. Hb
in dw, near fine.
Brenda. GEOFFREY BEENE. 1995. 14 1/4" x 10 1/2", 141 pages, 120
B3435) Roberts, Michael. MANOLO BLAHNIK :
Drawings. 2003. 11 5/8" x 9 1/8", [199 pages], 134 illustrations,
B5201) BULGARI. 2000.
8" x 5 3/4", pages unnumbered, illustrated throughout in colour. In
the ‘Made in Italy’ series, dedicated to the elite Italian
designer-artists now leading the field of international fashion. English text. Hardback, a near fine copy.
B5869) Hitchon, Patricia M. CHANEL AND THE TWEEDMAKER : Weavers of Dreams. 2012. 11 3/4" x 8 1/4", x, 278 pages, illustrated in black and white and colour, detailed reference section. An interweaving of the story of the House of Chanel and the renowned Carlisle-based company, Linton Tweeds, against a backdrop of developments in fashion and textile manufacture over more than a century. Linton Tweeds has also had close associations with many other major designers and fashion houses over its hundred-year history, including the English designer Jean Muir. Soft cover, a mint copy. 25.00 pounds sterling
B4841) Tyler, Jayne; Parsons, Clare. Madame Clapham : HULL'S CELEBRATED DRESSMAKER. 1999. 9 3/8" x 6 5/8", 26 pages, well illustrated , mainly in colour. Mrs. Emily Clapham’s dressmaking salon, opened in Hull in 1887, achieved world-wide patronage for the quality and style of her ladies’ fashion by the 1880’s. Uniquely, without having premises outside Hull she was still able to compete with the London fashion houses, traveling to meet her clients at major hotels at York, Harrogate, Grimsby and London - and for her most esteemed client, Queen Maud of Norway, she traveled to Sandringham. She styled herself as Court Dressmaker from 1901, making many dresses suitable for presentation at court. Illustrated card covers, mint. 20.00 pounds sterling
B4145) Watt, Judith. OSSIE CLARK, 1965-74. 2003. 11" x 8 3/4", 128 pages, 45 colour and 65 black and white illustrations. The first book to focus on Ossie Clark, a long overdue celebration of his work. Hb in dw, near fine. 48.00 pounds sterling
B5939) Clark, Ossie. THE OSSIE CLARK DIARIES : Edited and Introduced By Lady Henrietta Rous. 1998. 9 1/2" x 6 1/8", 402 pages, black and white and colour plates, text illustrations. ‘The diaries Clark kept are filled with beautiful sketches, uninhibited records of conversations, thoughts and ideas, witty-acerbic details of everything he did…’ Hb in dw, a very nice copy, in near fine condition. 65.00 pounds sterling
B4495) Doe, Tamasin. Patrick Cox : WIT, IRONY AND FOOTWEAR. 1998. 8 1/2" x 8 1/2", 63 pages,
over 150 specially commissioned colour photographs. Illustrates
the full range of Cox’s shoe collections, together with his work for
Vivienne Westwood, John Galliano, Anna Sui, and Alistair Blair. Chronology. Hb in dw, near fine.
Marie-France. CHRISTIAN DIOR : The Man Who Made the World Look
New. 1998. 9 1/2" x 6 1/4", 314 pages, black
and white illustrations. The story of Dior’s brilliant rise, his extraordinary success, and the way he
changed the world by quietly refusing to settle for less than his own
standards. Bibliography. Hb in dw, near fine.
FERRAGAMO : Autumn - Winter Collection 1984/85. 1984.
11 1/2" x 8 1/8", 66 pages, colour
illustrations throughout with black and white key to photographs. Text in Italian, key to photographs in Italian and English. Catalogue of Ferragamo’s 1984/85
collection of shoes, handbags and garments. Timeless
clothes and accessories, beautifully modelled, from one of the great names of
fashion. Uncommon. Soft covers, just a fraction
rubbed at edges, including a very small area (approximately 1/8” x
½”) rubbed at lower back edge, otherwise a near fine copy.
B6010) Rew, Christine. BILL GIBB : The Golden Boy of British Fashion. 2003. 11 3/4" x 8 1/4", 99 pages, some 95 illustrations in colour and black and white. Published to coincide with the exhibition of the same name. Soft covers; at the lower edge all pages have been cut, 1/8” from the bottom, parallel with the bottom edge, for around 1 ¾” – presumably as a consequence of careless unpacking with a trimming knife. On the rear cover only, this cut portion has become detached – both front and back cover are illustrated for your guidance; it would be possible with a bookbinder’s guillotine to crop the bottom edge by 1/8”, which would remove this problem. Other than this obvious defect, a very good copy of this scarce title. 48.00 pounds sterling
B5925) Kingswell, Tamsin. RED OR DEAD: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly. 1998. 8 1/2" x 8 1/2", 64 pages, profusely illustrated, almost wholly in colour, with over 150 colour photographs. Based on close collaboration with Red or Dead founder, Wayne Hemingway. Presents a chronology of the company history. Hb in dw, a near fine copy. 15.00 pounds sterling
B4998) Marsh, Lisa. The House of Klein :
FASHION, CONTROVERSY, AND A BUSINESS OBSESSION. 2003. 9 3/8" x 6
1/8", 232 pages, black and white photographs. The inside story of the rise
of Calvin Klein, the fashion legend, and the business empire he built up. Hb in dw,
B4283) Yohannan, Kohle and Nolf, Nancy. CLAIRE McCARDELL Redefining Modernism. 1998. 12" x 9", 103 illustrations, including 39 full colour photographs. The first full-scale biography of this immensely talented, truly American designer. [In 1955 Time magazine ran her on the cover of their May issue, making her the third fashion designer so honoured.] Chronology, Bibliography. Hb in dw, as new. 65.00 pounds sterling
B4645) Davies, Robertson; etc. THE STAGE IS
ALL THE WORLD : Theatrical Designs of Tanya Moiseiwitsch. 1994. 9 1/2" x
10", 134 pages, illustrated in black and white and colour. Published in conjunction with, and as a catalogue for the
exhibition of the same name. Chronology. Soft
covers, near fine.
B5934) Casadio, Mariuccia. MOSCHINO. 1997. 8 1/8" x 6", 128 pages, 140 colour illustrations, black and white illustrations. Explores the unique philosophy of Moschino in words and photographs. Chronology, list of boutiques selling Moschino’s designs. Hb in dw, a near fine copy. 12.50 pounds sterling
Campbell, Naomi. NAOMI.
2001. 8 1/4" x 6 1/4", 160 pages, well
illustrated in colour and black and white.
Soft covers, near fine.
B3561) Oldfield, Bruce; Howell,
Georgina. BRUCE OLDFIELD'S SEASON. 1987.
10 3/8" x 10 1/4", 239 pages, comprehensively illustrated with black
and white photographs and drawings. Penetrating insight into
the life and work of the designer and the fashion business. Hb in dw,
B4685) POIRET. 1979. 9 1/4" x 6 1/2", black and white frontispiece, 40 colour fashion plates. An ‘All-Colour Paperback’. Soft covers, just fractionally rubbed at lower edge, otherwise a near fine copy. 12.00 pounds sterling
B5991) Carter, Ernestine, Introduction. MARY QUANT'S LONDON : Catalogue. 1973. 9 5/8" x 7 1/4", 32 pages, frontispiece, 38 illustrations, tailpiece, all in monochrome. Catalogue of Mary Quant dresses in the exhibition 'Mary Quant's London' held at the London Museum, Kensington Palace November 1973 to June 1974. Stapled card covers, near fine, a very nice copy. 35.00 pounds sterling
B4352) Rhodes, Zandra. ZANDRA
B5946) Benaim, Laurence. Debut : YVES SAINT LAURENT 1962. 2002. 9 5/8" x 7 3/8", 125 pages, 90 duotone photographs. ‘…this story marked the beginning of one of the most successful careers in the history of fashion…’. Hb in dw, a near fine copy. 45.00 pounds sterling
B4987) White, Nicola. VERSACE. 2000.
8 7/8" x 6 3/8", 80 pages, superbly illustrated with more than 55
stunning images, almost wholly in colour. An informative and fascinating look at the world’s most
popular couturier. Hb in dw, near fine.
B4154) Wilcox, Claire; Mendes, Valerie; Buss, Chiara. THE ART AND CRAFT OF GIANNI VERSACE. 2002. 11 1/4" x 9 7/8", 160 pages, superbly illustrated, almost wholly in colour. Published in conjunction with the exhibition ‘Versace at the V & A’, celebrates the work of one of the most colourful and talented designers of the late twentieth century. Folded card covers, very slight delamination at lower edge of rear cover, otherwise a near fine copy. 18.00 pounds sterling
B866) Martin, Richard. GIANNI VERSACE. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1997. 12 1/4" x 9 1/2", 191 pages, 107 illustrations, all in colour, selected bibliography. Published in conjunction with the exhibition held at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Hb in dw, pages slightly cockled, otherwise a near fine copy. 40.00 pounds sterling
B5193) Walker, Catherine. CATHERINE WALKER :
An Autobiography By the Private Couturier to Diana, Princess of
B4151) Callan, Georgina O'Hara. THE THAMES AND HUDSON DICTIONARY OF FASHION AND FASHION DESIGNERS. 2001. 8 1/4" x 5 7/8", 272 pages, 352 illustrations, 73 in colour. Indispensable guide to fashion, more than 1200 entries with detailed information on every important designer from 1840 to the present day. Detailed Bibliography. Soft covers, near fine. 8.00 pounds sterling
B5924) Ewing, William A.; Rasche, Adelheid. RICO PUHLMANN : Photographs and Illustrations 1955-1996. 2004. 11 1/4" x 10 1/8", 254 pages, stunning illustrations in black and white and colour. The first survey of this most creative and respected of fashion photographers. Hb in dw, a near fine copy. 60.00 pounds sterling