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Got a new coffee table and have no idea what to put on it? How about something fashion themed? These fashion coffee table books have beautiful cover designs, and will keep your guests company.
Chanel: Collections and Creations by Daniele Bott: Chanel has always been a seductive fashion brand known for their classiness and their originality. This book illustrates their 5 core fashion principles that catapulted them to fame.
Louis Vuitton: The Birth of Modern Luxury by Louis Vuitton: Often described as the world’s finest luxury company, this book examines the beginnings of the company through the lives of its first 3 leaders.
Valentino: Themes and Variations by Pamela Golbin: Based in Rome, Valentino is 1 of the only 2 couture houses recognized by the French government outside of Pairs. Their designs are often seen worn by the young Hollywood.
Yves Saint Laurent by Florence Chenounce, Farid Muller: This book details the entire career of Yves Saint Laurent. From his time as the head of House of Dior, to creating his very own clothing brand empire.
Alexander McQueen: Savage Beauty by Andrew Bolton: Proactive and influential, Alexander McQueen paved a new way in fashion by using the art form to express ideas about race, sexuality, religion, and more.
Christian Louboutin by Christian Louboutin: Known around the world for their luxurious feel and famous red bottoms, this book details Christian Louboutin’s rise to becoming the famous shoe designer he is today.
Oscar de la Renta: His Legendary World of Style by Andre Leon Talley: Telling all about the iconic life and career of Oscar de la Renta, readers will learn all about the designer who dressed first ladies and A-list celebrities.
Tom Ford by Tom Ford & Bridget Foley: Tom Ford helped launch Gucci into the success that it has today. His famous designs have also been used by Yves Saint Laurent. This book gives access to his inspirations and most popular works.
Dior: Couture by Ingrid Sischy: A Parisian couture house, Dior was the face of change in women’s dresses after the second world war. Their gowns and creative designs created a new era in women’s fashion.
Cartier in the 20th Century by Margaret Young-Sanchez: This book details the exclusive history of the Cartier brand and showcases some of their most iconic designs. The photography in this book is just beautiful.
Versace by Donatella Versace: An Italian powerhouse designer brand, Versace is well known for their extravagance and boldness. Donatella Versace was put in charge of the artistic direction of the brand, bringing in more global success.
John Galliano: Unseen by Robert Fairer: John Galliano’s fashion designs are described as whimsical and even outrageous. He used to be the head designer for many major fashion companies, and later created his own.
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