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Balenciaga Paris Pamela Golbin

Balenciaga Paris

Pamela Golbin

Published September 1st 2006
ISBN : 9780500513156
Paperback
216 pages
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A sumptuous retrospective of one of the greatest houses in international fashionBalenciaga Paris traces the designers collections year by year, from 1937 to 2006, using photos, press cuttings, sketches, and other archival material. The bookMoreA sumptuous retrospective of one of the greatest houses in international fashionBalenciaga Paris traces the designers collections year by year, from 1937 to 2006, using photos, press cuttings, sketches, and other archival material. The book explores two main periods in depth: 1937-1968, when Cristobal Balenciaga made his name during Pariss golden age of fashion- and 1996-2006, charting the dramatic revival of the House of Balenciaga under Nicolas Ghesquire, one of the most widely admired and celebrated new designers in contemporary fashion. He has co-directed the books production with Pamela Golbin, curator at the Musee de la Mode et du Textile, Paris, who has compiled the text.Described by Christian Dior as the master of us all, Balenciagas bold genius with cut, line, and fabric mark him out as one of the most daring and original designers in the world of haute couture. His virtuoso command of technique and imaginative exuberance recall his Spanish roots as well as assuring his place in the pantheon of twentieth-century style and elegance. 280 illustrations, 200 in color.