Design Line: History of Women's Fashion (Paperback)
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Explore the history of women’s fashion with these icons of design excellence.
The second title in a series of concertina fold-out books features one hundred iconic examples of creative excellence from the world of women’s fashion. The history of design is illuminated with a visually accessible timeline that can be read back to front, top to bottom and right to left. Brought to life by fashion illustrator Sanna Mander, this book is a stylish tribute to the outstanding things we wear every day.
About the Author
Natasha Slee is a fashion writer based in London. By day she works for Dazed, a youth culture and fashion magazine, and by night can be found reading, researching, and writing about fashion history.
Sanna Mander is an illustrator and designer of print media, textiles, and ceramics. In 2006 she won the Cannes Young Creatives award, and has worked for clients such as the Wall Street Journal, New York magazine, and Rolling Stone magazine. She lives and works in Finland.
The snippets of history go down easy in this title, which is perfect for budding designers and fashion mavens.
—School Library Journal