Vogue On Gianni Versace


Gianni Versace created a fashion house that, as Vogue declared, ‘defined late twentieth-century glamour, invented the supermodel and sanctioned in the public consciousness a supremely self-assured feminine sexuality.’ His debut line in 1978 was instantly successful; in the Eighties, his extravagant designs and his vision of powerful women defined the era, and culminated in the Nineties with the supermodel phenomenon – his designs worn by those glamazons who featured on every Vogue cover. Vogue on Gianni Versace explores how his childhood spent in his mother’s dressmaker’s shops, his Italian hometown of Reggio Calabria, and his family, particularly his younger sister, read more

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ISBN:

9781849495530

Format:

Hardback

Pages:

160

Dimensions:

21cm x 16cm

RRP:

$29.99

Category:

Fashion and Beauty , Art and Photography

Series:

Vogue on Designers

Publisher:

Quadrille Publishing Ltd

Published:

01 June 2015

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Charlotte Sinclair