Le Moment viennois, Chroniques de la modernité à l’époque de la Sécession viennoise
Between 1897 and 1905, an artistic movement called the Vienna Secession flourished in Austria. Linking history and art history, fine arts and economics, Pascal Morand takes us to the heart of Vienna in 1900, through six illustrious figures – from architecture and design, graphic and plastic arts, fashion and music.
Virgil Abloh. Nike. ICONS by Virgil Abloh, Nicholas Schonberger
Published on April 21st 2021
Book in two parts presenting a catalogue and a conceptual toolbox resulting from the collaboration between Virgil Abloh and Nike.
Dentelle de Calais-Caudry ; l’art de tisser le rêve by Lydia Kamitsis
Published on March 25th 2021
Book presenting the “Dentelle de Calais-Caudry®”, an iconic French lace made only on Leavers looms and obtained through an exceptional craft unique in the world.
The Little Book of Yves Saint Laurent by Emma Baxter-Wright
Published on April 1st 2021
This illustrated book presents 60 years of innovative fashion design in the brand Yves Saint Laurent and the rise of its founder.
Fashion in Film by Christopher Laverty
Published on March 4th 2021
Through examples of influential costumes involved in film, Fashion in Film celebrates the contributions of fashion designers to cinema, exploring key garments, their significance, and why they are so memorable.
Her dior by Maria Grazia Chiuri and Maria Luisa Frisa
Published on March 3rd 2021
This book is a collection of photographs and essays by pioneering women who inspired Maria Grazia Chiuri and features the designer’s haute couture and ready-to-wear collections for Dior from 2017 to 2021.
Modes et vêtements, retour aux textes under the direction of Philippe Sénéchal.
Philippe Sénéchal. Professor of modern art history at the University of Picardie Jules Verne in Amiens, he is one of the co-founders of the Institut national d’histoire de l’art (INHA), where he was Director of Studies and Research (2010 – 2014). He launched the study of fashion and clothing, which he continues to teach.
Damien Delille. Lecturer at the Université Lumière Lyon 2, he has collaborated on the program on the history of fashion and clothing at the INHA, where he was co-curator of the exhibition “Christian Lacroix et les arts de la scène” in 2014.
What Artists Wear by Charlie Porter
What Artists Wear presents the iconic outfits worn by artists in their studios, on stage, at work and at home and attempts to understand these artists through their clothing as tools of expression and creativity.