Bolti ár: 14100 Ft (Az MNB aktuális árfolyamai szerint)
Internetes ár: 12690 Ft (10% kedvezmény)
Kiadó: Yale University Press
Szerkesztő: Steele, Velerie
Kategóriák: Design/Divat, Tánc
Dress and adornment have long played an important role in the visual allure of dance, and fashion designers have often been inspired by the way dancers look. The tutus and pointe shoes of the Romantic ballerina, for example, have influenced designers from Christian Dior to Christian Louboutin. Cristóbal Balenciaga was inspired by the drama of flamenco, Yves Saint Laurent by the Orientalism of the Ballet Russes, and Rick Owens by the dynamism of African-American steppers. Fashion designers are also increasingly collaborating with choreographers to create stylish new dance costumes—from the “bump” dresses by Comme des Garçons for Merce Cunningham to Valentino’s “Bal de Couture” designs for New York City Ballet.
Lavishly illustrated with both contemporary and historical images, the book features essays by ten fashion experts, who explore various aspects of the reciprocal relationship between dance and fashion, from the liberating effects of the tango to the influence of ballet on Japanese girl culture. Designers featured include Leon Bakst, Cristóbal Balenciaga, Comme des Garçons, Christian Dior, John Galliano, Jean Paul Gaultier, Halston, Barbara Karinka, Isaac Mizrahi, Rodarte, Yves Saint Laurent, Riccardo Tisci of Givenchy, Valentino, and Iris Van Herpen.
This beautiful book explores for the first time the synergy between dance and fashion, and is an original and inspired contribution to the study of both art forms.
Table of Contents
Dance and Fashion: History of a pas de deux -- Valerie Steele
From the Sylph to the Swan: The Tutu and Fashion – Patricia Mears
The Pointe Shoe and Fashion– Colleen Hill
Ballets Russes Costume – Anna Winestein
Chanel, the Ballets Russes, and Modern Sportswear -- Mary Davis
Martha Graham and Halston – Melissa Marra
African-American Dance and Fashion – Elizabeth Way
Ballet in Japan – Masafumi Monden
Valerie Steele is director and chief curator of The Museum at FIT.