Calvin Klein Hardcover
Few names in fashion are as recognisable as that of Calvin Klein. This unique book presents a stunning archive of images that reveal his timeless influence as a designer. From founding the company in New York in 1968, he went on to change the face of fashion, bringing his visionary minimalism to the fore and defining looks for generations. Divided by theme, with characteristic simplicity and sophistication, each of the three sections in this volume looks at one singular element of Klein s approach. In Provocative, we see the most controversial of his campaigns, from Brooke Shields s infamous teenage portraits to the seductive photography of underwear collections. In Minimalist, we understand the simplicity, refinement, and elegance in every collection.
- Hardback | 480 pages
- 292 x 368 x 60mm | 4,332g
- 17 Oct 2017
- Rizzoli International Publications
- New York, United States
- 300 COLOR AND B/W PHOTOGRAPHS