Book: Dior Hats - From Christian Dior to Stephen Jones English Version
The hat is essential to any outfit, it completes it and, in a way, is the best way to express your personality, observes Christian Dior in The Little Dictionary of Fashion. Under his leadership and that of his successors at Christian Dior Couture, the hat has always been a key accessory in the House wardrobe. The work of Stephen Jones—House milliner since 1996—celebrates more than 70 years of creations, shapes and styles from Christian Dior's Belle Époque-inspired head pieces, Yves Saint Laurent's wolves, and Marc Bohan's floral pillbox hats to Gianfranco Ferré's oversized capelins, John Galliano's poetic designs, Raf Simons' veils and Maria Grazia Chiuri's feather headdresses. Complementing the exquisite still lives of hats documented by fashion photographer Sølve Sundsbø, archival drawings and other iconic photographs offer a new look at the history of fashion and Dior in this book.
- English version
- Rizzoli Publishing
- 240 pages
- 100% paper