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Alexander McQueen

Buch von Claire Wilcox

75742669
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Artikel-Nr.:
75742669
Im Sortiment seit:
18.03.2015
Erscheinungsdatum:
02.03.2015
Medium:
Buch
Einband:
Gebunden
Redaktion:
Wilcox, Claire
Verlag:
Abrams & Chronicle Books
Imprint:
Abrams
V & A Publishing
Sprache:
Englisch
Rubrik:
Innenarchitektur
Design
Seiten:
347
Abbildungen:
300 colour illustrations
Herkunft:
CHINA, VOLKSREPUBLIK (CN)
Gewicht:
2354 gr
Beschreibung
'Fashion is a big bubble, and sometimes I feel like popping it.' Alexander McQueen, 2009

At the centre of the book is a Cabinet of Curiosities gatefold with a specially commissioned photo shoot that showcases McQueen's breath-taking attention to detail. The book closes with an encyclopaedic survey of all of McQueen's London collections, from his 1992 MA graduate collection to his final collection, posthumously presented in March 2010.
Information zum Autor
Claire Wilcox is Senior Curator of Fashion at the Victoria and Albert Museum (V&A). She was educated at Exeter University and Camberwell School of Art, University of London.

She devised "Fashion in Motion," live fashion shows staged in the museum's galleries, in 1999, and curated the exhibitions "Satellites of Fashion" (Crafts Council, 1998), "Radical Fashion" (2001), "Versace at the V&A" (2002), "Vivienne Westwood" (2004), and "The Golden Age of Couture: Paris and London 1947-1957" (2007).

Wilcox is a trustee of the Royal School of Needlework, on the editorial board of Fashion Theory, and lectures regularly. Her most recent book, The Ambassador; Fashion and Trade in Post-War Britain, of which she is a co-editor, will be published in 2012.
Inhaltsverzeichnis
FOREWORDS: Sponsor's Foreword, Nadja Swarovski; Foreword, Jonathan Akeroyd; Director's Foreword, Martin Roth/ INTRODUCTION: In Search of the Sublime, Andrew Bolton; Edward Scissorhands, Claire Wilcox/ No. 1: A SENSE OF PLACE: Su[i]ture: Tailoring and the Fashion Metropolis, Christopher Breward; Clan MacQueen, Ghislaine Wood; Central Saint Martins, Louise Rytter; Drawing a Line, Abraham Thomas; The Early Years, Susannah Frankel/ No.2: ARTISTRY: Plato's Atlantis: Anatomy of a Collection, Claire Wilcox; Givenchy, Edwina Ehrman; Walking Out, Helen Persson; Refashioning Japan, Anna Jackson; Nature Boy, Jonathan Faiers/ No. 3: SENSIBLITY: A Gothic Mind, Catherine Spooner; Memento Mori, Eleanor Townsend; Layers of Meaning, Kirstin Kennedy; Wasteland/Wonderland, Zoe Whitley/ No. 4: VISCERA: Museum of the Mind, Lisa Skogh; The Cabinet of Curiosities; Modelling McQueen: Hard Grace, Caroline Evans; Armouring the Body, Clare Phillips; Crowning Glory, Oriole Cullen/ No. 5: SPECTACLE: Show, and Tell, Alexander Fury; Making-up, Janice Miller; Ghosts, Bill Sherman; Coup de Theatre, Keith Lodwick; Dance, Jane Pritchard/ No. 6: Imagination: The Shining and Chic, Alistair O'Neill; Fashion-able, Jefferson Hack; Nightmares and Dreams, Susanna Brown/ Encyclopedia of Collections: Kate Bethune/ Chronology; Notes; Further Reading; Acknowledgements; Picture Credits; Index
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