The Poetry of Fashion Design: A Celebration of the World's Most Interesting Fashion Designers

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Rockport Publishers, May 1, 2011 - Design - 384 pages
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There are 108 sonnets in “Astrofel and Stella” by Sir Philip Sydney. One hundred and eight pieces that together make up total perfection and closure that would not possible if some of them did not exist. Analogically, fashion is like a poem. It is made up of different elements that tell a story with the rhythm and tension that achieves harmony. The only difference is that this is a poem that changes and evolves. The pages of this book present the 108 "sonnets" that make up and define the world of fashion today and provide a unique and inspired design source for both professional designers and fashion design enthusiasts.

 

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Contents

Introduction
7
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10
Aldo Lanzini
16
Alejandra Quesada
22
Andrea Cammarosano
32
Andrea Llosa
36
Antonio Azzuolo
42
Barbara í Gongini
46
Katie Eary
190
Khalid Al Qasimi
198
Kristofer Kongshaug
204
Ksubi
210
Kumiko Watari
216
Lino Villaventura
224
Louisa Parris
230
Lucile Puton
240

Bibian Blue
54
cneeon
60
Capara
68
Dassios
76
Deryck Walker
82
Dino Alves
86
Dora Abodi
94
El Delgado Buil
100
Femme Maison
106
Friederike von WedelParlow
114
Gareth Moody
120
George Bezhanishvili
128
Gudrun Gudrun
136
Heidi Ackerman
142
Hilda Maha
152
House of Diehl
158
Ilaria Nistri
164
Iris van Herpen
168
Juan Antonio Ávalos
176
Karishma Shahani
182
Maison Martin Margiela
246
Mary Wing To
256
Matohu
262
Maxjenny
268
Michael Sontag
272
Miriam Ponsa
278
Moi Multiple
288
Natsumi Zama
296
Poti Poti
302
Robert Geller
308
Roberta Furnaletto
314
Saara Lepokorpi
322
Toga
332
Txell Miras
340
Ute Ploier
348
Vladimir Karaleev
356
Walter Van Beirendonck
362
Yiorgos Eleftheriades
370
Yong Kyun Shin
376
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Energized by an insatiable curiosity, Paz Diman left her native city of Buenos Aires and landed in Barcelona. There, she was quickly captivated by graphic design and editorial production and studied journalism at Universidad Autónoma. Now, Diman combines her fascination for the “underground” world with her love of books on graphic design, fashion, pop culture, and new media, with the intention of exposing the most intrepid ideas and the boldest creators.
 

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