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  • Catherine Malandrino

    R100

    Catherine Malandrino’s designs make the most of creative opposites: the utmost feminine lines temper an aggressive urban style, French chic combines with New York energy, a vibrant palette contrasts with the black…

  • Chanel – Perfume

    R100

     

    Already renowned for the pioneering spirit she brought to fashion, Gabrielle Chanel rewrote the rulebook for perfumes when, in 1921, she launched a revolutionary fragrance: No.5. Its uniquely complex composition, which contrasted with the sobriety of its bottle and its disconcertingly simple name, suddenly made all other fragrances seem outdated and gave the world a lesson in modernity. An icon of the 20th century, the world’s most popular perfume laid the foundations for the style that was to distinguish all Chanel’s fragrances.

  • Claude Montana: Fashion Radical

    R450

    The Montana woman embodied an extraordinary new image: razor- sharp tailoring and strong silhouettes with dramatic proportions and masculine lines, enlivened by an astonishing mix of detail and bold hues. Materials, colors, and cut were all vehicles for Claude Montana’s effervescent genius, and it was the Lanvin period in the early 1990s that marked the absolute high point of his creativity.

  • Contemporary Menswear

    R440

    This is an essential reference to more than 50 international designers, brands, stores, blogs and websites that have shaped independent men’s fashion over the last decade and will define its trends in the years ahead

     

  • Costume and Fashion

    R180

    From the momentous invention of the needle some 40,000 years ago to the development of blue denim, this classic guide covers the landmarks of costume history, the forms and materials used through the ages, as well as the ways in which clothes have been used to protect, to express identity, and to attract or influence others.

     

  • Costume and Fashion A Concise History

    R180

    A classic study of the history of fashion brought right up to date

  • Courreges

    R145

    Andre Courreges, known as the “space age” designer, opened his fashion house in 1961 after training with Balenciaga. Producing stark, futurisitic but quintessestially swinging 60s fashions,

  • Couturier Dreams

    R900

    A self-confessed “plain dresser,” Katharine Adams instead dazzles the world with the fabulous collection that is Couturier Dreams. Gorgeous floating emulsion “garments” dance on every page, with a

  • Diane Von Furstenberg: The Warp

    R150

    Diane von Furstenberg arrived in the fashion world in 1972 with her simple knit jersey wrap dresses. By 1976, Diane had sold more than 5 million of her signature wrap dresses, which had come to symbolize female power and liberation to an entire generation.

  • Dolce & Gabbana

    R190

    Since the opening of their studio in 1982, Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana have combined the cultural sensibilities of their native Sicily and Venice to lead a new generation of Italian design.

  • Donna Karan :New York

    R145

    The Silk Road is not a place, but a journey, a route from the edges of the Mediterranean to the central plains of China, through high mountains and inhospitable deserts.

  • Eames

    R145

    Pioneers of the 1950s and of the optimistic American way of life, Charles and Ray Eames created the greatest modern furniture “classics” between 1941 and 1978.

  • Fandomania: Characters & Cosplay

    R315


    In Fandomania, photographer Elena Dorfman examines the pop culture phenomenon of “cosplay,” in which participants dress up in costumes—and live part of their lives—as characters from video games, animated films, and Japanese graphic novels. This exploding subculture flourishes at convention centers, college dorms, private clubs, and in homes across the country. Dorfman puts herself quietly behind the scenes of these fan-based events to create a remarkable collective portrait.

  • Fashion Design Research

    R440

    By offering a clear approach to research for fashion design, this book will inspire students to embrace an activity that is both fun and fruitful.

  • Fashion Game Book: A World History of 20th Century Fashion

    R385

    Brainiacs have all the fun in this compendium of fashion intrigue, lore, who s who, and what’s what.

  • Fashion India

    R450

    India is set to join the world’s fashion hubs. With a unique creative inheritance, stretching back thousands of years, it is also rapidly making the future – its designers ravishingly original in responding to the creative tensions between Indian and Western, traditional and modern, lavish ornamentation and minimal fashion. Cities such as Mumbai, and its Lakmé Fashion Week, and Delhi are fashion destinations on the world map and are increasingly joined by Pune and Bangalore.