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1146 illustrations, 949 in colour
CHINA, VOLKSREPUBLIK (CN)
This book gathers together, for the first time, every Dior haute couture collection, including also ready-to-wear collections after the arrival of John Galliano (when ready-to-wear presentations took on a new importance), and the first two collections designed by creative director Maria Grazia Chiuri, appointed in 2016.
It offers a unique opportunity to chart the development of one of the world's most famous fashion brands and discover rarely seen collections. This definitive publication opens with a concise history of the house of Dior before exploring the collections themselves, which are organized chronologically.
Each new 'era' in Dior's history is inaugurated by a brief overview and biography of the new designer, while individual collections are introduced by a short text unveiling their influences and highlights and illustrated with carefully curated catwalk images.
A rich reference section, including an extensive index, concludes the book. After Chanel, Dior is the second volume in a series of high-end, cloth-bound books that offer a complete and unrivalled overview of the collections of the world's top fashion houses through original catwalk photography.
Alexander Fury is chief fashion correspondent at T: The New York Times Style Magazine, and was formerly Men's Critic for vogue.com. He was fashion editor of the Independent, i and the Independent on Sunday from 2013 to 2016, and was named one of InStyle magazine's 20 most powerful people in fashion in 2015.
Introduction: Looking To The New . 1947: S/S 1947: Haute Couture The 'New Look ('Corolle' and '8' Lines) . A/W 1947-1948: Haute Couture 'The New Look Pushed to Extremes': 1948 . S/S 1948: Haute Couture The 'Zig-Zag' & 'Envol' Lines . A/W 1948-1949: Haute Couture The 'Ligne Ailée' (Winged Line) . 1949: S/S 1949 Haute Couture The 'Trompe L'oeil' Line . A/W 1949-1950: Haute Couture The 'Milieu du Siècle' (Mid-Century) Collection . 1950: S/S 1950 Haute Couture The 'Ligne Verticale' (Vertical Line) . A/W 1950-1951: Haute Couture The 'Ligne Oblique' (Oblique Line) . S/S 1951: Haute Couture The 'Ligne Naturelle' (Natural Line) . A/W 1951-1952: Haute Couture The 'Ligne Longue' (Long Line) . S/S 1952: Haute Couture The 'Ligne Sinueuse' (Sinuous Line) . A/W 1952-1953: Haute Couture The 'Ligne Profilée' (Profile Line) . S/S 1953: Haute Couture The 'Ligne Tulipe' (Tulip Line) . A/W 1953-1954: Haute Couture The 'Ligne Vivante' (Living Line) . 1954 S/S 1954 Haute Couture: The 'Ligne Muguet' (Lily of the Valley Line) . A/W 1954-1955: Haute Couture The 'H' Line . 1955 S/S 1955: Haute Couture The 'A' Line . A/W 1955-1956: Haute Couture The 'Y' Line . 1956 S/S 1956: Haute Couture The 'Ligne Flèche' (Arrow Line) . A/W 1956-1957: Haute Couture The 'Ligne Aimant' (Magnet Line) . 1957 S/S 1957 Haute Couture The 'Ligne Libre' (Free Line) . A/W 1957-1958: Haute Couture The 'Ligne Fuseau' (Spindle Line)