Valentino, Mitos de la moda
'Mitos de la Moda' collects in ten volumes the trajectory of the ten great fashion designers in history.
This book captures the personal and professional life of Valentino, emphasizing his great achievements and historic designs.
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During the five decades that separate 1957, the year in which he founded his atelier in Rome, and 2009, when he announced his retirement, Valentino has dedicated himself to transforming women into queens, making his clients feel not only the most beautiful in the party, but be them. That is why he is still considered the emperor of fashion. The last of a race, that of self-made creators. In the Rome of the sixties he was already the favorite couturier of celebrities such as Elizabeth Taylor, Audrey Hepburn or Jacky Kennedy, and in the seventies he managed to survive the crisis of haute couture relying on his solid ties with Hollywood and high society, and consolidating like the elegant couturier whose designs exude undeniable class.
The Myths of Fashion collection collects in ten volumes the trajectory of the great fashion designers in history. From the first French couturiers, such as Christian Dior and Coco Chanel, to the most recent, who, still active, are already design legends, such as Jean Paul Gaultier or Giorgio Armani. Each title traces the personal and professional trajectory of each designer, emphasizing their life trajectory, their great achievements and their historical designs. A unique journey through the history of design and its main supporters.
- 22x28 cm
- Publishing House
- La Fábrica
- Date edition