Stephen Jones & the Accent of Fashion

Overview

Stephen Jones & the Accent of Fashion is the first monograph on the work of designer Stephen Jones. It is illustrated throughout with incredible photographs from his illustrious career - among them are Jones' famous collaborations with Boy George, along with pictures from private collections and museums. The text focuses on varying aspects of his work such as his collaborations with John Galliano and with Thierry Mugler. The book also examines his work with photographers ...
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Overview

Stephen Jones & the Accent of Fashion is the first monograph on the work of designer Stephen Jones. It is illustrated throughout with incredible photographs from his illustrious career - among them are Jones' famous collaborations with Boy George, along with pictures from private collections and museums. The text focuses on varying aspects of his work such as his collaborations with John Galliano and with Thierry Mugler. The book also examines his work with photographers such as Bruce Weber and Nick Knight.

Recent collections include: Marc Jacobs, L'Wren Scott, Giles Deacon, Gareth Pugh, Loewe, Christian Dior Haute Couture, Prêt-Ã-porter, Ski & Baby collections, John Galliano, Comme des Garcons. His recent commissions include: Dita von Teese/Crazy Horse, Bryan Adams, Immodesty Blaize, Take That, Sex and the City 2, Perrier Jouet, Printemps, Ascot, Disneyland, Kylie Minogue, Kate Moss/Met Ball.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781851496525
  • Publisher: Antique Collector's Club
  • Publication date: 10/16/2010
  • Pages: 240
  • Product dimensions: 9.60 (w) x 11.90 (h) x 1.10 (d)

Meet the Author

Hamish Bowles is an editor of Vogue and an authority of fashion and interior design. He has been a costume designer for video clips and films; in this capacity he writes on Stephen Jones' work. Andrew Bolton is the curator of the Costume Institute at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York. He writes on the 'Britishness' of Stephen Jones, and explains the tradition of the UK in the craft industry. Suzy Menkes is considered one of the most important fashion journalists. She explores the fertile collaboration of Stephen Jones with haute couture designers. Professor Penny Martin is a writer and broadcaster on fashion and photography. She investigates Jones' collaboration with photographers, curators and with the Fashion Institute in London. Anna Piaggi, the legendary fashion journalist and Jones' muse, contributes a number of photo-collages.
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