Yale Fashion Catalogue 2008 - Yale University Press

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fashionnowExtreme BeautyThe Body TransformedHarold KodaPublished in association withThe Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York2004 192pp. 228 colour illus.Pb ISBN 978-0-300-10312-0 £19.95*WildFashion UntamedAndrew BoltonPublished in association withThe Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York2004 180pp. 32 b/w + 65 colour illus.Pb ISBN 978-0-300-10638-1 £14.99*AngloManiaTradition and Transgressionin British FashionAndrew BoltonWith an essay by Ian BurumaPublished in association withThe Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York2007 150pp. 81 colour illus.Hb ISBN 978-0-300-11785-1 £18.50*Fashion at the EdgeSpectacle, Modernityand DeathlinessCaroline Evans2007 334pp. 100 b/w + 100 colour illus.Pb ISBN 978-0-300-12467-5 £19.99*


fashiondesignersMadame GrèsSphinx of FashionPatricia Mears2008 184pp. 90 colour illus.Hb ISBN 978-0-300-13692-0 £35.00*While the classically inspired ‘Grecian’ gown designed by Madame Alix Grès iswidely recognised and admired, little else of the brilliant couturier’s life or workhas received close attention. This book, by far the most detailed study yetpublished on this influential fashion designer, carefully analyses Madame Grès’innovative construction techniques and connects her designs to the art styles andmovements that inspired and informed her aesthetic.“Mears brings to her subject a genuine appreciation for the engineering thatformed the basis of Grès’s innovation and for her tenacious, obsessive pursuit ofcustom techniques that were inherently uncommercial, severely curtailing theexpansion of her business empire.”—Holly Brubach, New York Times, Style MagazinePoiretHarold Koda and Andrew BoltonWith an introduction by Nancy J. TroyContributions by Caroline Evans, HeatherHess, Jared Goss and Caroline Milbank2007 224pp. 195 colour illus.Hb ISBN 978-0-300-12029-5 £29.99*In the annals of fashion history, French couturier Paul Poiret is known forliberating women from corsets and introducing pantaloons for women. However,it is Poiret’s innovations in the cut and construction of clothing, made all themore remarkable by the fact that he could not sew, that secures his legacy. Thisessential book is the first to explore Poiret’s radical modernity from a number ofperspectives. Essays by renowned scholars describe the historical context of hiswork; its relation to the dominant artistic discourses of the early twentiethcentury; his muse, Denise Poiret, and her influence on his work; and his role inthe paradigmatic shift to a new ideal of feminine beauty.“destined to become a collectors item”—Richard Edmonds, Birmingham PostPublished in association with The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York


fashiondesignersChanelHarold Kodaand Andrew BoltonWith contributions fromKarl LagerfeldPublished in association withThe Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York2005 216pp. 166 colour illus.Hb ISBN 978-0-300-10713-5 £25.00*Balenciagaand His LegacyHaute Couture from theTexas Fashion CollectionMyra WalkerPublished in association withThe Meadows Museum, Dallas2006 225pp. 40 b/w + 112 colour illus.Hb ISBN 978-0-300-12153-7 £30.00*Fashion,Italian StyleValerie SteelePublished in association with The Museumat the Fashion Institute of Technology2003 144pp. 5 b/w +132 colour illus.Hb ISBN 978-0-300-10014-3 £20.00*Ralph RucciThe Art of WeightlessnessValerie Steele, Patricia Mearsand Clare SauroPublished in association with The Museumat the Fashion Institute of Technology2007 224pp. 150 colour illus.Hb ISBN 978-0-300-12278-7 £29.99*


fashionaccessoriesArtistic LuxuryFabergé, Tiffany, LaliqueEdited by Stephen HarrisonEssays by Emmanuel Ducampand Jeannine FalinoJanuary 2009 288pp. approx. 300 colour illus.Hb ISBN 978-0-300-14224-2 £40.00*Fabergé, Tiffany, Lalique—these great designers came together only once todisplay their goods in what was probably the most opulent exhibition evermounted. At the 1900 Exposition Universelle in Paris, the three strove to positionthemselves ahead of their many competitors in the luxury market, each presentinghis jewellery and home adornments as high art. Their success is explored in thissplendidly illustrated catalogue, which elucidates the prewar pinnacle of Europeanculture. The array of displayed objects was mesmerising: Tiffany glass, Easter eggsto dazzle the Czars, realistic insects created in precious materials as sinisterdecorations. Many of these bore influences of the advanced art of the time, suchas Art Nouveau, Viennese modernism and symbolism and of styles from aroundthe world.Published in association with the Cleveland Museum of ArtBejewelled by Tiffany1837–1987Clare Phillips • With contributionsby Vivienne Becker, Ulysses GrantDietz, Alice Cooney Frelinghuysen,John Loring and Katherine PurcellThe Gilbert Collection Trust/Tiffany & Co.2006 320pp. 170 b/w + 300 colour illus.Hb ISBN 978-0-300-11651-9 £45.00*Georg JensenJewelryEdited by David A. TaylorPublished in association with theBard Graduate Center for Studies inthe Decorative Arts, Design and Culture2005 400pp. 70 b/w + 330 colour illus.ISBN 978-0-300-10706-7 £35.00*


fashion&designMarimekkoFabrics, Fashion,ArchitectureEdited by Marianne Aav2003 336pp. 85 b/w + 300 colour illus.Hb ISBN 978-0-300-10183-6 £35.00*Wearing PropagandaTextiles on the Home Front in Japan,Britain, and the United States1931–1945Jacqueline M. AtkinsPublished in association with theBard Graduate Center for Studies inthe Decorative Arts, Design and Culture2005 400pp. 400 colour illus.Hb ISBN 978-0-300-10925-2 £35.00*GlamourFashion, Industrial Design,ArchitectureEdited by Joseph RosaPublished with the San FranciscoMuseum of Modern Art2004 192pp. 25 b/w + 290 colour illus.Hb ISBN 978-0-300-10640-4 £25.00*Candace WheelerThe Art and Enterprise of AmericanDesign, 1875–1900Amelia Peck and Carol IrishPublished in association withThe Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York2001 288pp. 102 b/w + 86 colour illus.Hb ISBN 978-0-300-09081-9 £17.95*


fashionhistoryThe CorsetA Cultural HistoryValerie Steele2001 208pp. 110 b/w + 30 colour illus.Pb ISBN 978-0-300-09953-9 £15.00*Grace KellyIcon of Style to Royal BrideH. Kristina HauglandPublished with thePhiladelphia Museum of Art2006 80pp. 40 b/w + 20 colour illus.Pb ISBN 978-0-300-11644-1 £12.99*Fifty Years of FashionNew Look to NowValerie Steele2000 176pp. 50 b/w + 100 colour illus.Pb ISBN 978-0-300-08738-3 £14.00*GoddessThe Classical ModeHarold KodaPublished in association withThe Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York2003 224pp. 28 b/w + 85 colour illus.Hb ISBN 978-0-300-09882-2 £25.00*


fashionhistoryPlumesOstrich Feathers, Jews,and a Lost World ofGlobal CommerceSarah Abrevaya SteinJanuary 2009 224pp. 17 b/w illus. + 1 mapHb ISBN 978-0-300-12736-2 £18.00*Dangerous LiaisonsFashion and Furniture inthe Eighteenth CenturyHarold Koda, Andrew Boltonand Daniëlle Kisluk-GrosheidePublished in association withThe Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York2006 128pp. 68 colour illus.Hb ISBN 978-0-300-10714-2 £16.99*SilkMary SchoeserWith a foreword byJulien Macdonald2007 256pp. 7 b/w + 258 colour illus.Hb ISBN 978-0-300-11741-7 £29.99*The London LookFashion from Streetto CatwalkChristopher Breward, EdwinaEhrman and Caroline EvansPublished in association with theMuseum of London2004 180pp. 20 b/w + 120 colour illus.Hb ISBN 978-0-300-10399-1 £25.00*


fashionhistoryThe Dress ofthe PeopleEveryday Fashion inEighteenth-Century EnglandJohn Styles2008 288pp. 50 b/w + 50 colour illus.Hb ISBN 978-0-300-12119-3 £25.00*Fashion and FictionDress in Art and Literaturein Stuart EnglandAileen RibeiroPublished for the Paul Mellon Centrefor Studies in British Art2006 352pp. 100 b/w + 80 colour illus.Hb ISBN 978-0-300-10999-3 £40.00*Sarah BernhardtThe Art of High DramaCarol Ockman and Kenneth E. SilverPublished in association withThe Jewish Museum, NY2005 232pp. 73 b/w + 122 colour illus.Hb ISBN 978-0-300-10919-1 £29.95*Dress in theMiddle AgesFrançoise Piponnierand Perrine Mane1997 176pp. 60 illus.Pb ISBN 978-0-300-08691-1 £12.99*


fashionhistoryDressed to RuleRoyal and Court CostumeFrom Louis XIV to Elizabeth IIPhilip Mansel2005 256pp. 50 b/w + 15 colour illus.Hb ISBN 978-0-300-10697-8 £22.50*Women Designers inthe USA, 1900–2000Diversity and DifferenceEdited by Pat KirkhamPublished in association with theBard Graduate Center for Studies inthe Decorative Arts, Design and Culture2002 464pp. 50 b/w + 300 colour illus.Pb ISBN 978-0-300-09331-5 £25.00fashionforthcomingThe Empire’s NewClothes A History of theRussian Fashion Industry,1700–1917Christine RuaneApril 2009 256pp. 70 b/w + 50 colour illus.Hb ISBN 978-0-300-14155-9 £35.00*Models & MusesFashioning the IdealHarold Kodaand Kohle YohannanModels & Muses explores fashion’sreciprocal relationship to iconic beautiesthat represent the evolution andchanging face of the feminine ideal.Featuring a brief historical overview ofthe phenomenon of the supermodel,the book begins in the early twentiethcentury and continues to the presentday. With an emphasis on styles fromthe 1950s onward, the book featuresdesigns from the great ready-to-wearand couture houses.Published in association withThe Metropolitan Museum of Art, New YorkMay 2009 200pp. 175 colour illus.Hb ISBN 978-0-300-14893-0 £30.00*


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