Liberty and Co. in the Fifties and Sixties: A Taste for DesignRegular price SFr. 35.00 Sale price Save SFr. -35.00
ACC Distribution, 2016
Filled with illustrations from the Liberty archive and fashion photography from the era Focuses on the world-famous London style and design institution during the 1950s and 1960s - an important time of renewal for the company The Liberty textile design studio of the period was used extensively by Jean Muir, Biba, Foale & Tuffin, John Cavanagh, Bill Gibb, Yves Saint Laurent and Bill Blass, among many others Liberty led several 1960s fashion trends, such as the revivals of Art Nouveau, Orientalism and Art DecoOver the years since its inception in 1875 as the Oriental Emporium, Liberty's has both been at the forefront of fashion and the decorative arts and has sat comfortably riding on its waves. Its history is at the heart of its image to the outside world.
English - 144 Pages - - Kg