Год издания: 2007
Издатель: Rizzoli International Publications
Количество страниц: 258
Переплет: твердый переплет
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Image-makers, trendsetters, tastemakers, visionaries Stylists possess the rare ability to cast a spell over the world around them and tap into the creative consciousness of a moment. Never before has the role of the stylist been so enmeshed in popular culture. Their personal touches and flights of imagination are reflected in genres as diverse as music videos, fashion and fine art photography, and the celebrity editorial. Today, the stylist has taken a leap from behind-the-scenes choreographer to front row fantasist, conjuring up visual marvels with top designers for the glossy pages of fashion magazines and unleashing dreamy pastiches whose influences derive from the mediums of film, photography and painting, among others.Gathered here in this illustrated volume for the first time is the work of sixteen of todays top stylists. Selected by the editors of Style.com, the online home of Vogue magazine, the stylists whose work inspired this book were chosen because of their originality and, in many cases, enduring fame, and include Polly Mellen, Camilla Nickerson, Carine Roitfeld, Grace Coddington, Karl Templer, Alex White, Melanie Ward, Joe Zee, Brana Wolf, Andrea Lieberman, Paul Cavaco, Venetia Scott, Tonne Goodman, Lori Goldstein, Edward Enninful, and Carlyne Cerf de Dudzeele. Interviews conducted by Vogue contributing editor Sarah Mower distill for us through conversation and example the fine art of the fashion pronouncement and what it means to be at the threshold of the cutting edge. Each chapter is accompanied by the stylists most relevant collaborations with photographers, models, and fashion glossies around the globe, as well as the inspirational materials that triggered their creative impulses and led to some of the most memorable images in fashion history.