Sometimes a single garment can change the course of fashion forever. Consider the Burberry trench coat or Givenchy's little black dress—milestones that transformed everything. This extraordinary book, a visual and intellectual feast of historical illustrations, cult advertising, and beautiful still-life shots, narrates the history of 20 iconic fashion items, ranging from Levi's jeans to Hermès scarves and Tiffany pearls.
|Publisher:||White Star Publishers|
|Product dimensions:||9.90(w) x 11.50(h) x 0.90(d)|
About the Author
Federico Rocca graduated from the University of Bologna with a degree in history, and his thesis on Peter Del Monte was considered for the Premio Sacchi award. He worked as a screenwriter, first for Telepiù, and then for Sky, after which he entered the fashion world. As editor and author, he published Embroidery - Italian Fashion (Damiani), Silvana Mangano (L'Epos), Contemporary Indian Fashion (Damiani), and edited Hermès, l'avventura del lusso (Lindau). Today he is a professional journalist and fashion editor for style.it, the fashion and lifestyle portal of Condé Nast.