El producto fue agregado correctamente

BALENCIAGA AND SPAIN

BOWLES
UYU 2.990
Itaú Infinte, Black, Platinum o Infinite de Débito
UYU 2.243
Itau
UYU 2.542
Temática:
MODA
Editorial:
RIZZOLI
Cantidad de páginas:
256
Peso:
1257 g
ISBN:
9780847836468
This unprecedented volume accompanies the first exhibition to consider the impact of Spains culture, history, and art on one of its greatest designers of the twentieth century, the legendary Balenciaga. Hailed as "Fashions Picasso" by Cecil Beaton, Cristóbal Balenciaga (18951972) created an innovative oeuvre that transformed the way women dressed. From the opening of his Paris fashion house in 1937 until his retirement in 1968, Balenciagas visionary, ever-evolving designs and impeccable standards seduced generations of the most iconic, best-dressed women in the world, including the Duchess of Windsor, Gloria Guinness, Pauline de Rothschild, Mona Bismarck, Princess Grace of Monaco, Doris Duke, Diana Vreeland, and Queen Fabiola of Belgium. For Diana Vreeland, the designers "inspiration came from the bullrings, the flamenco dancers, the loose blouses the fishermen wear, the cool of the cloisters." Exploring the profound and enduring influence of Balenciagas native country on his work, this book considers the influences of Spains greatest artists, from Zurbarán, Velázquez, and Goya to Picasso and Miró. It also investigates the impact of Spains religious dress and ceremony, its royal history, its rich regional costume, its dance traditions, and the power and splendor of the bullfight on the protean Balenciagas designs. This illuminating and lavishly illustrated volume will be a must-have for art and fashion connoisseurs.
Editorial:
-
+
Agregar al carrito
Guardar en favoritos
×
Aceptar
×
Seguir comprando
Finalizar compra
0 item(s) agregado tu carrito
MUTMA
Continuar
CHECKOUT
×
Se va a agregar 1 ítem a tu carrito
¿Es para un colectivo?
No
Aceptar