Manus X Machina

Manus X Machina
Author: Anonim
Publsiher: Unknown
Total Pages: 247
Release: 2016
Genre: Fashion design
ISBN: 1588396266

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Manus Machina

Manus    Machina
Author: Andrew Bolton,Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York, N.Y.)
Publsiher: Metropolitan Museum of Art
Total Pages: 248
Release: 2016-05-02
Genre: Photography
ISBN: 9781588395924

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Manus × Machina (“Hand × Machine”) features exceptional fashions that reconcile traditional hand techniques with innovative machine technologies such as 3-D printing, laser cutting, circular knitting, computer modeling, bonding and laminating, and ultrasonic welding. Featuring 90 astonishing pieces, ranging from Gabrielle “Coco” Chanel’s iconic tweed suit to Karl Lagerfeld’s 3-D-printed version, and from Yves Saint Laurent’s bird-of-paradise dress to Iris van Herpen’s silicone adaptation — all beautifully photographed by Nicholas Alan Cope — this fascinating book is an exploration of both the artistry and the future of fashion.

Featuring interviews with Sarah Burton (Alexander McQueen), Hussein Chalayan, Maria Grazia Chiuri and Pierpaolo Piccioli (Valentino), Nicolas Ghesquière (Louis Vuitton), Lazaro Hernandez and Jack McCollough (Proenza Schouler), Iris van Herpen, Christopher Kane, Karl Lagerfeld (Chanel), Miuccia Prada, and Gareth Pugh.

Wild

Wild
Author: Andrew Bolton,Shannon Bell-Price,Elyssa Da Cruz,Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York, N.Y.)
Publsiher: Metropolitan Museum of Art
Total Pages: 179
Release: 2004-12-07
Genre: Animals in art
ISBN: 9781588391353

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The text of this book, published to accompany the Metropolitan Museum of Art's 2004-2005 exhibition of the same name, is supported with 95 color and many b&w illustrations documenting humanity's obsession with animals in clothing from prehistoric times to the present. Bolton, Associate Curator of the MET's Costume Institute, chooses a gorgeous coll

Extreme Beauty

Extreme Beauty
Author: Harold Koda
Publsiher: Metropolitan Museum of Art
Total Pages: 168
Release: 2004
Genre: Art
ISBN: 9780300103120

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This beautiful and thought-provoking book presents many of the extraordinary and diverse transformations that the body has endured in fashion over time and across cultures. It demonstrates that an undeniable beauty abides throughout the subtle and the radical manipulations that have occurred as part of the continuing evolution of the concept of beauty. Fashion has practiced extreme strategies to portray shifting concepts of the physical ideal. The physical areas of the body have been variously and strategically adjusted. They have been constricted, padded, truncated, or extended to achieve fashion's goal through subtle prostheses, and often, deliberate physical changes. Extreme Beauty incorporates striking examples from the past and present, from Africa, America, China, Europe, Japan, and Southeast Asia to portray many of the specific ways this has happened.

China

China
Author: Andrew Bolton,John Galliano,Adam Geczy,Maxwell K. Hearn,Homay King,Harold Koda,Mei Mei Rado,Wong Kar Wai
Publsiher: Metropolitan Museum of Art
Total Pages: 256
Release: 2015-05-04
Genre: Art
ISBN: 9780300211122

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For centuries China has fueled the creative imagination and inspired fashion. This stunning publication explores the influence of Chinese art, film, and aesthetics on international fashion designers, including Christian Dior, Jean Paul Gaultier, Karl Lagerfeld, Alexander McQueen, and Yves Saint Laurent.

Dangerous Liaisons

Dangerous Liaisons
Author: Harold Koda,Andrew Bolton,Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York, N.Y.)
Publsiher: Metropolitan Museum of Art
Total Pages: 128
Release: 2006
Genre: Art
ISBN: 9780300107142

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An alluring look at the relationship of clothing and interior design in 18th-century France

Charles James

Charles James
Author: Harold Koda,Jan Reeder
Publsiher: Yale University Press
Total Pages: 262
Release: 2014-06-03
Genre: Design
ISBN: 9780300204360

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This catalogue offers the first comprehensive study of James’s life and work, highlighting his virtuosity and inventiveness as well as the colorful cast of benefactors and clients who supported him.

Crist bal Balenciaga

Crist  bal Balenciaga
Author: Lesley Ellis Miller
Publsiher: Holmes & Meier Pub
Total Pages: 95
Release: 1993
Genre: Social Science
ISBN: CORNELL:31924063114072

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Fashion Criticism

Fashion Criticism
Author: Francesca Granata
Publsiher: Bloomsbury Publishing
Total Pages: 240
Release: 2021-01-28
Genre: Design
ISBN: 9781350058781

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This is the first anthology of fashion criticism, a growing field that has been too long overlooked. Fashion Criticism aims to redress the balance, claiming a place for writing on fashion alongside other more well-established areas of criticism. Exploring the history of fashion criticism in the English language, this essential work takes readers from the writing published in avant-garde modernist magazines at the beginning of the twentieth century to the fashion criticism of Robin Givhan-the first fashion critic to win a Pulitzer Prize-and of Judith Thurman, a National Book Award winner. It covers the shift in newspapers from the so-called “women's pages” to the contemporary style sections, while unearthing the work of cultural critics and writers on fashion including Susan Sontag and Eve Babitz (Vogue), Bebe Moore Campbell (Ebony), Angela Carter (New Statesman) and Hilton Als (New Yorker). Examining the gender dynamics of the field and its historical association with the feminine, Fashion Criticism demonstrates how fashion has gained ground as a subject of critical analysis, capitalizing on the centrality of dress and clothing in an increasingly visual and digital world. The book argues that fashion criticism occupied a central role in negotiating shifting gender roles as well as shifting understandings of race. Bringing together two centuries of previously uncollected articles and writings, from Oscar Wilde's editorials in The Woman's World to the ground-breaking fashion journalism of the 1980s and today's proliferation of fashion bloggers, it will be an essential resource for students of fashion studies, media and journalism.

About Time

About Time
Author: Andrew Bolton,Jan Glier Reeder,Jessica Regan,Amanda Garfinkel,Theodore Martin,Michael Cunningham
Publsiher: Metropolitan Museum of Art
Total Pages: 448
Release: 2020-06-15
Genre: Photography
ISBN: 9781588396884

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“An hour, once it lodges in the queer element of the human spirit, may be stretched to fifty or a hundred times its clock length; on the other hand, an hour may be accurately represented on the timepiece of the mind by one second.” —Virginia Woolf, Orlando: A Biography, 1928 About Time: Fashion and Duration traces the evolution of fashion, from 1870 to the present, through a linear timeline of iconic garments, each paired with an alternate design that jumps forward or backward in time. These unexpected pairings, which relate to one another through shape, motif, material, pattern, technique, or decoration, create a unique and disruptive fashion chronology that conflates notions of past, present, and future. Virginia Woolf serves as “ghost narrator”: excerpts from her novels reflect on the passage of time with each subsequent plate pairing. A new short story by Michael Cunningham, winner of the Pulitzer Prize for Fiction for The Hours, recounts a day in the life of a woman over a time span of 150 years through her changing fashions. Scholar Theodore Martin analyzes theoretical responses to the nature of time, underscoring that time is not simply a sequence of historical events. And fashion photographer Nicholas Alan Cope illustrates 120 fashions with sublime black and-white photography. This stunning book reveals fashion’s paradoxical connection to linear notions of time.

Schiaparelli Prada

Schiaparelli   Prada
Author: Andrew Bolton,Harold Koda
Publsiher: Metropolitan Museum of Art
Total Pages: 215
Release: 2012
Genre: Fashion design
ISBN: 9781588394545

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"The Met's Spring 2012 Costume Institute exhibition, Schiaparelli and Prada: Impossible Conversations, explores the striking affinities between Elsa Schiaparelli and Miuccia Prada, two Italian designers from different eras. Inspired by Miguel Covarrubia's "Impossible Interviews" for Vanity Fair in the 1930s, the exhibition features orchestrated conversations between these iconic women to suggest new readings of their most innovative work. Iconic ensembles will be presented with videos of simulated conversations between Schiaparelli and Prada directed by Baz Luhrmann, focusing on how both women explore similar themes in their work through very different approaches"--Publisher's website.

AngloMania

AngloMania
Author: Andrew Bolton
Publsiher: Metropolitan Museum of Art
Total Pages: 160
Release: 2006
Genre: Fashion
ISBN: 9781588392060

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Catalogus bij een tentoonstelling over typisch Engelse symbolen die terugkomen in hedendaagse Britse mode.

Camp

Camp
Author: Andrew Bolton,Karen Van Godtsenhoven,Amanda Garfinkel,Fabio Cleto
Publsiher: Metropolitan Museum of Art
Total Pages: 346
Release: 2019-05-06
Genre: Design
ISBN: 9781588396686

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"Indeed, the essence of Camp is its love of the unnatural: of artifice and exaggeration." —Susan Sontag, 1964 Although an elusive concept, "camp" can be found in most forms of artistic expression, revealing itself to be a complex aesthetic that challenges the status quo. As an expression of the playful dynamics between high art and popular culture, fashion both embraces and flaunts such camp modes as irony, humor, parody, pastiche, artifice, theatricality, and exaggeration. Drawing from Susan Sontag’s seminal 1964 essay "Notes on 'Camp'," this multifaceted publication presents the sartorial manifestations of the camp sensibility while contributing new theoretical and conceptual insights to the camp canon through texts and images. Stunning new photography by Johnny Dufort highlights works by exceptional fashion designers including Thom Browne, John Galliano, Jean Paul Gaultier, Marc Jacobs, Karl Lagerfeld, Alessandro Michele, Franco Moschino, Yves Saint Laurent, Jeremy Scott, Anna Sui, Gianni Versace, and Vivienne Westwood.

The Mind Is a Collection

The Mind Is a Collection
Author: Sean Silver
Publsiher: University of Pennsylvania Press
Total Pages: 384
Release: 2015-11-19
Genre: History
ISBN: 9780812247268

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John Locke described the mind as a cabinet; Robert Hooke called it a repository; Joseph Addison imagined a drawer of medals. Each of these philosophers was an avid collector and curator of books, coins, and cultural artifacts. It is therefore no coincidence that when they wrote about the mental work of reason and imagination, they modeled their powers of intellect in terms of collecting, cataloging, and classification. The Mind Is a Collection approaches seventeenth- and eighteenth-century metaphors of the mind from a material point of view. Each of the book's six chapters is organized as a series of linked exhibits that speak to a single aspect of Enlightenment philosophies of mind. From his first chapter, on metaphor, to the last one, on dispossession, Sean Silver looks at ways that abstract theories referred to cognitive ecologies—systems crafted to enable certain kinds of thinking, such as libraries, workshops, notebooks, collections, and gardens. In doing so, he demonstrates the crossings-over of material into ideal, ideal into material, and the ways in which an idea might repeatedly turn up in an object, or a range of objects might repeatedly stand for an idea. A brief conclusion examines the afterlife of the metaphor of mind as collection, as it turns up in present-day cognitive studies. Modern cognitive theory has been applied to the microcomputer, and while the object is new, the habit is as old as the Enlightenment. By examining lived environments and embodied habits from 1660 to 1800, Silver demonstrates that the philosophical dualism that separated mind from body and idea from thing was inextricably established through active engagement with crafted ecologies.

Punk

Punk
Author: Andrew Bolton,Richard Hell,John Lydon,Jon Savage
Publsiher: Metropolitan Museum of Art
Total Pages: 240
Release: 2013-05-15
Genre: Art
ISBN: 9780300191851

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Examines the impact of punk on fashion, focusing on its do-it-yourself, rip-it-to-shreds ethos, the antithesis of couture.