Fifty Fashion Looks That Changed the 1970s
Paula Reed presents an illustrated guide to fifty of the most definitive sartorial moments of the 1970s – from Bianca Jagger in Halston, Diane von Furstenberg's first wrap dress and David Bowie as Ziggy Stardust to the rise of punk and Biba – offering an analysis of each look in the context of the decade's influence on recent high street and catwalk fashion.
Street Jewellery Styles and Styling Tips
Describing jewellery as 'the ultimate means of self-expression', the stylist Liza Urla started her popular Gemologue blog in 2009, and since then has worked with brands including Chanel, Bulgari and Fabergé. This collection of photographs, interspersed with styling suggestions, chronicles her journey around the world in search of inspirational pieces of jewellery from private collections, boutiques and trade shows.
The World Atlas of Street Fashion
In this highly illustrated volume, the fashion historian Caroline Cox explores the derivation and development of sartorial movements in different regions of the world – such as the Chinese skinheads of Beijing, the feminist funkeiras of São Paolo, the raggare of Stockholm and the ravers of Ibiza. In doing so, she demonstrates how clothing choices can transmit messages of resistance, solidarity, subversion or musical affiliation.
A Guide to Scottish Luxury
Beloved by style icons from Grace Kelly to the Duchess of Cambridge, cashmere depends on three components for its production: the goat, the water and the artisan. In this illustrated volume, Lynne McCrossan explains how makers across Scotland employ centuries-old practices to craft clothing for fashion powerhouses including Hermes and Dior and offers advice on creating a cashmere capsule wardrobe.
The Vintage Fashion Bible
The Style Guide to Vintage Looks 1920s–1990s
Written by the co-founders of British fashion brand ‘Red or Dead’ Wayne and Gerardine Hemingway and illustrated with items from their personal archive, this complete visual history of 20th-century fashion is arranged by decade. Along with an introduction to each period and discussion of the social influences on fashion, key designers and style icons of the day, it has a practical guide to buying, styling and restoring vintage clothing and interviews with collectors.