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John Galliano’s creations for the House of Dior have entered fashion history and are widely recognized as some of the most breathtaking and imaginative collections ever created.

John Galliano for Dior is dedicated to showcasing these unforgettable designs, which have become collectors’ items and formed a key chapter in the history of the House of Dior—“the greatest house in the world,” as Galliano stated when he was first placed at its helm.

“I see myself as a guardian of [Christian Dior’s] spirit, a keeper of his dreams.” Opening with an essay on the designer’s work, the book unfolds chronologically, covering a decade of showstopping designs, from 1998 to 2010, and revealing previously unseen behind-the-scenes moments that capture models, hairdressers, stylists, makeup artists, and John Galliano himself at their most creative.

Robert Fairer’s stunning and high-energy photographs convey the drama, glamour, and wild imagination that defined Galliano’s Dior shows.

They make this publication a must-have reference for fashion and photography lovers alike.

Robert Fairer
Photographer

Robert Fairer worked exclusively for American Vogue behind the scenes for over a decade. Beginning his career at British Elle in the mid 1990s, then Harpers Bazaar USA and finally at American Vogue, he covered the fashion zeitgeist of supermodel, designer and fashion excess from 1993-2011.His backstage archive has been published in three monographs, Alexander McQueen Unseen, John Galliano Unseen, and Marc Jacobs Unseen. Robert’s work is published in the New York Times, Vogue, Harpers Bazaar, i-D Magazine, and Visionaire, as well as fashion, portrait and lifestyle books, and anthologies. Robert continues to document the fashionable elite and collaborate with his editors and clients in uncharted fashion domains.

Hamish Bowles
Foreword By

André Leon Talley
Preface By

Oriole Cullen
Introduction By

Oriole Cullen is a Curator of Fashion at the V&A.

Iain R. Webb
Contributions By

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Casa Editrice: Thames & Hudson
Pagine: 432
 
 

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