Book: Antonio Mancinelli «Fashion Box: The Immortal Icons of Style»

Fashion Box: The Immortal Icons of Style

FASHION BOX is a stylish collection of 16 classic fashion items, as worn by the icons who made them famous. Each of the 16 key pieces has its own chapter, introduced by a text from fashion writer Antonio Mancinelli and packed with unforgettable images, from Audrey Hepburn in a little black dress and Carla Bruni in a corset to Marilyn Monroe in jeans and Patti Smith in a white shirt.

Издательство: "Thames and Hudson Limited" (2010)

Формат: 180x230, 480 стр.

ISBN: 978-0-500-51552-5

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