A private view of the dresses, houses, art collections, and the women that made Givenchy the very epitome of elegance and style.A private view of the dresses, houses, art collections, and the women that made Givenchy the very epitome of elegance and style.Read Less
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Very Good in Very Good jacket. ISBN: 0-86565-999-0, Very slight rubbing to the jacket spine top; little wear whatsoever. Quite clean. In Brodart mylar for preservation. 'Hubert de Givenchy, one of the last grands seigneurs of high fashion, had a most remarkable career, not only in haute couture but also in interior and garden design. Recently, moreover, he has revealed his private passion for furniture and objects d'art of the finest quality....[This book] follows its tall, distinguished subject through his couture salons, offices, and workshops, his 18th-century mansion in Paris's Rue de Grenelle, his romantic moated chateau in the Touraine, and his summer bastide overlooking the Mediterranean. Lavishly illustrated and written in a vivacious, readable manner, the book will delight everyone enthralled by today's symbiotic, cutting-edge relationship between fashion, art, decoration, horticulture, and civilization. ' Illustrated. 208 pages. May require extra shipping, 9.25 x 12.25 inches.
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