Théâtre de la Mode: Fashion Dolls: The Survival of Haute Couture por Edmond Charles-Roux, Herbert R. Lottman, Stanley Garfinkel, Nadine Gasc, David Seidner, Susan Train, Paris Vogue, Colleen Schafroth

Titulo del libro: Théâtre de la Mode: Fashion Dolls: The Survival of Haute Couture

Autor: Edmond Charles-Roux, Herbert R. Lottman, Stanley Garfinkel, Nadine Gasc, David Seidner, Susan Train, Paris Vogue, Colleen Schafroth

Número de páginas: 192 páginas

Fecha de lanzamiento: September 1, 2002

ISBN: 0935278567

Editor: Palmer/Pletsch Publishing

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Harnessing the romance of the world of fashion and high art, this fascinating story of a collection of miniature mannequins describes the birth of Theatre de la Mode, the Theater of Fashion. Full of stars such as Robert Ricci (Nina Ricci's son), filmmaker Jean Cocteau, and other members of the 1944 haute couture industry, the story follows 237 miniature fashion dolls through their epic tour of Europe and North America, bringing fashion, elegance, and beauty into a war-torn world. Also included are new colour photographs of the mannequins, the reconstructed sets, and close-up details of clothing so sewers, designers, and fashion mavens can appreciate the creativity of Paris designers at the end of World War II.