Книга: Pat Lyttle «Japanese Street Style»

Japanese Street Style

Производитель: "C Black"

Japanese Street Style is the first book of its kind to showcase the most innovative and cutting-edge looks in Japan today. Japan has a rich and exciting culture that combines a rich history with an embracing of innovation and modernity. Japan has become one of the strongest stages for fashion and style in the world and this book showcases the most cutting edge and innovative looks from this fashion capital. All the most influential designers such as John Galliano, Dior, Vivienne Westwood, Paul Smith and Alexander McQueen have looked to Tokyo for inspiration from within its rich visual culture of fine textiles and techniques. Street style in Japan combines this historic sense of style with the most contemporary and cutting-edge looks and this book includes one-of-a-kind photographs of all the major fashion tribes from Gothic Lolita and Harajuku to Dolly Kei, Ganguro and Kigurumi to the popularity of the furry tail, this is the complete contemporary fashion collection.

Издательство: "C Black" (2012)

ISBN: 978-1-4081-5671-1

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