GO
book details
Tiffany In Fashion
Tiffany In Fashion
Authors: John Loring
Imprint: Abrams Books
ISBN: 0-8109-4637-8
EAN: 9780810946378
Availability: Out of Stock
Publishing Date: 11/1/2003
Trim Size: 9 x 12
Page Count: 272
Cover: HC-Cloth with Jacket
Illustrations:
Price:
$60.00
Out of Stock

About the book
Two enormously popular subjects—dazzling jewelry by Tiffany's designers and fabulous fashion photography—combine in the newest book by Tiffany design director John Loring, author of many resplendent volumes about American style seen from the vantage point of the preeminent purveyor of fine jewelry and other luxury goods. Fashion experts credit Coco Chanel and her “little black dress” of 1924 with bringing fashion into modern times. But it took great fashion photography by notables from Steichen to Hiro, and jewelry as the ultimate fashion accessory, to propel fashion on its way to becoming the star-studded industry it is today. Tiffany in Fashion is a veritable visual feast—with 250 glamorous images tracing the simultaneous growth of fashion photography and fine jewelry, from Richard Avedon's society fashion portrait for Harper's Bazaar of Elizabeth Taylor's bare back bedecked in exquisite Tiffany cultured pearls, to Scavullo's photograph of Paloma Picasso wearing her amply scaled gold earrings and bracelet, polygonal amethyst ring, and chrysophase bracelet. Eleanor Lambert, the “godmother of American fashion,” and dean of American fashion designers James Galanos add their personal reminiscences to John Loring's engaging and informative text.

About the author
John Loring, design director of Tiffany & Co. since 1979, is the author of Abrams' Tiffany Jewels, Tiffany's 20th Century, Magnificent Tiffany Silver, and ten other books on Tiffany style and entertaining. He lives in New York City. Eleanor Lambert, a legendary fashion publicist beginning in the 1930s, helped achieve recognition for such fashion designers as Gilbert Adrian, Claire McCardell, Norman Norell, Bill Blass, Oscar de la Renta, Yves Saint Laurent, Pierre Cardin, and Valentino. James Galanos, a leading American fashion designer since the 1940s, has received the Coty and Neiman-Marcus design awards, among many other honors.

Tools:  Print  ·  Email  ·  Bookmarks: Share/Save/Bookmark 
you may also like...
The Aztec World
Elizabeth Brumfiel
The Aztec World is an illustrated survey of the Aztecs based on insightful research by a team of...
>> book details
Hearst the Collector
Mary Levkoff
William Randolph Hearst (1863–1951) was one of the most famous men in America in the first half of...
>> book details
Illustration
Steven Heller
This unique visual history of the art of illustration, by the foremost historian of graphic design...
>> book details
NASA/ART
James Dean
Since 1958, the NASA Art Program has invited prominent artists from Rauschenberg to Rockwell, to...
>> book details