di V.Friedmann A.Arezzi Boza a cura di Armando Chitolina
The prince of prints. Emilio Pucci's vision and legacy
Vintage Art Edition - for hardcore Pucci fans
Vintage Art Edition limited to just 500 signed and numbered copies.Each book is bound in an original vintage Pucci fabric and is accompanied by four art prints of original drawings from the designer Emilio Pucci. Each book is signed by his daughter Laudomia Pucci who continued to design under the Pucci name after Emilio's death in 1992 and who is Image Director and Deputy Chairman of the company since 2000.
* > Vanessa Friedman is fashion editor of the Financial Times, where she writes a weekly style column and edits the Business of Fashion supplements. Previously, she was the features director of UK In Style, and contributed regularly to The Economist, The New Yorker, Vogue, and Entertainment Weekly.
Alessandra Arezzi Boza is a Costume and Fashion historian, has worked as a consultant for the Costume Gallery at Palazzo Pitti in Florence and in several projects for fashion houses and their archives. Since 2001 she is the curator of the Emilio Pucci Foundation.
Armando Chitolina worked as a design consultant and art director at VogueItalia and L'Uomo Vogue, and image consultant for fashion houses Moschino and Mila Schön. His TASCHEN titles include William Claxton's Jazz Seen, Gian Paolo Barbieri's Equator, The Book of Tiki, Naked as a Jaybird and Valentino: A Grand Italian Epic.
Veste editoriale: Cartonato in Tela + Cofanetto Formato: 36x36 Pagine: 416 Lingua: NL-GB-F-D Anno: 2010