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Laurence King Publishing
By Hywel Davies
7-1/2 x 11-1/2 in; 384 pp; 900 illustrations
August 2008 ISBN 9781856695718 ISBN10 1856695719
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The fashion industry has always celebrated innovative design, and young, talented fashion designers can make a huge impact as they explore new ideas and push boundaries.This book showcases the diverse and unique work of the best 100 new creatives in fashion design from around the world. These designers are characterized by their single-minded interpretation of clothing and their ambition to present alternative solutions in dressing for their customers. The book focuses on designers still in the first decade of their career, either working alone on their own label or brand or teamed up into small companies, showcasing collections. As well as pinpointing the best new talent worldwide, this visually stunning survey provides a comprehensive showcase of cutting-edge imagery, including original design work, drawings, and photography.The ultimate reference guide to the world's movers and shakers in fashion today, this is a book all fashionistas will want to own.
Hywel Davies has lectured at Central Saint Martins, the London College of Fashion, Ravensbourne College of Communication, and the Royal College of Art. Previously the fashion editor at iconic lifestyle magazine Sleazenation, he has also written for Arena, Jack, Vogue, ELLE, Wallpaper*, the Sunday Telegraph, Nylon, Dazed & Confused, Loaded Fashion, and Time Out. Hywel has worked as a consultant for top brands including Levi's, Braun, and Orange. His first book Modern Menswear was published by Laurence King in 2008.
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