Of all the great Parisian couture houses, Dior is perhaps the most famous and prestigious in the world, embodying Christian Dior's sublime vision of femininity. After the abrupt departure of Yves Saint Laurent, the understated elegance of Marc Bohan's design outlook reshaped the house of Dior on its original foundation of soft, ladylike, feminine silhouettes, which appealed to women around the world, from American socialites and international celebrities to royalty. .
Dior by Marc Bohan
is the third volume in an unprecedented series of books dedicated to each designer of a couture house, the ultimate compendium of the most memorable haute couture creations conceived and handcrafted by the famous house of Dior since the beginning. Carefully preserved in the world's greatest museums and institutions, these fashion treasures have been photographed and compiled exclusively for this indispensable collection.
Featuring stunning original photography by Laziz Hamani, this stunning book features Marc Bohan's most iconic haute couture designs for the house of Dior, from the Spring 1961 Slim Line collection to India's Spring 1989 collection of the year. Fashion journalist Jerome Hanover recounts details and anecdotes behind many selected pieces, giving insight into Bohan's inspirations and influences over nearly 30 years of designing for the house of Dior.
The book has 496 pages and measures W 30 cm x L 37 cm x D 4.8 cm.