Vogue On: Calvin Klein

Vogue On: Calvin Klein

Author: Natasha Fraser-Cavassoni ISBN: 9781849499705
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This book reveals how Calvin Klein created a fashion brand that made understated, all-American glamour his own - at the same time as building a vast billion-dollar empire that includes everything from pants and jeans to perfume and pillows. A master of minimalism, Klein's clothes have been beautifully documented in the pages of Vogue over the years by the world's starriest photographers, including Terry Donovan, Herb Ritts, Snowdon and Nick Knight. While Vogue also reflected the public's fascination with his film-star handsomeness, glamorous marriage and divorces, bi-sexuality, drama and stints in rehab, the magazine understood that Calvin Klein's success lay in the very opposite of excess: `His clothes simply offered women practical elegance and cool, understated chic'.

This is the ultimate handbook to an American icon.

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Format Hardback
Other Info Full colour photography throughout
Pages 160
Publication Date 2017
Publisher Quadrille Publishing Ltd