Future Beauty: 30 Years of Japanese Fashion
Japanese designers such as Issey Miyake, Rei Kawakubo and Yohji Yamamoto reshaped fashion in the early 1980s. The narrow silhouettes of Western couture gave way to flowing, sculpted forms. A reduced range of color emphasized cut and proportion. The voluminous spaces they created between body and fabric boldly redefined Japanese avant-garde fashion and forced people to reconsider the relationship between art, design and fashion.
This spectacular book, written by a team of experts led by the eminent fashion historian Akiko Fukai, explores the distinct sensibility of Japanese design – the uniqueness of its form, cut and fabric. Illustrated with over 250 photographs and sketches,
is an authoritative and stylish guide to some of the world’s most expressive fashion.
opens November 16th, 2013 until January 26th, 2014.
This Product is 8”x 1”x 11.5”. 256 Pages. Published by Merrell Publishers in 2013.
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