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Contemporary Lingerie Design

Laurence King Publishing

By Katie Dominy

7-3/4 x 11 in; 192 pp;
300 color illustrations
Hardcover
February 2010
ISBN 9781856696500
ISBN10 1856696502

SKU# 9781856696500

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The design of lingerie is often seen as a mystery, even by professionals working in other sectors of the fashion industry. This book aims to explain the processes at work and the many unexpected influences that shape the color, silhouettes, and decoration...
Contemporary Lingerie Design


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Contemporary Lingerie Design

The design of lingerie is often seen as a mystery, even by professionals working in other sectors of the fashion industry. This book aims to explain the processes at work and the many unexpected influences that shape the color, silhouettes, and decoration.

The book documents the rise of the deluxe lingerie brand. This interest in luxury labels has led many young designers to chose lingerie as a creative outlet—conscious of fashion, but also with a clear view of their own "lingerie world".

Contemporary Lingerie Design features the work of 30 lingerie designers from around the world, bringingout the individuality of each designer and providing a compelling insight into their working methods. Beautifully illustrated throughout, it presents inspirational images from the designers' collections alongside their sketches and mood boards.

 

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7-3/4 x 11 in; 192 pp;
300 color illustrations
Hardcover
February 2010
ISBN 9781856696500
ISBN10 1856696502
Katie Dominy is a trend consultant and journalist specializing in design. She writes for a range of international publications and consults on consumer and market trends for a variety of industries. Katie studied design at the London College of Fashion and worked as a lingerie designer prior to joining B2B fashion forecasting website WGSN, where she set up and edited the lingerie and swimwear division.