div class margin bottom id description_text_headlines Conceptual clothing The history and the art of Kawakubos brand Rei Kawakubo, the enigmatic head of innovative Japanese fashion house Comme des Garons, has a special vision which extends beyond clothing to furniture, architecture, and graphic design, always defying conventional thinking i D examines Reis complex and conceptual world, digging through the magazines archive and re visiting interviews which explore how the fashion house continues to challenge the Western ideals of body shape and garment construction Breaking the conventional rules, Kawakubo continues to push boundaries, perfectly marrying fashion with art in the most unexpected of ways Packed into 120 pages is biographical and personal information as well as imagery from photographers including Paolo Roversi, David Bailey, and Emma Summerton, plus interviews with Jamie Huckbody, Josh Sims, and Terry Jones Text in English, French, German, and Spanish...
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Rei Kawakubo Reviews
It's great to have this book available but it falls somewhat short in being a complete picture of Kawakubo's work. I wish there had been more images from earlier collections and more content on the menswear.
Got this for my daughter. made her think, expanded her mind, she was obviously in the rpesence of someone inspirational and different. Says it all. cool book indeed,
These books are really large, they definitely will not sit stacked up on a bookshelf and would have to be laid flat.
I love collecting fashion books and this book does not dissapoint. I LOVE this book, very excited to add this to my growing collection.
there are a lot of images has a good selection to show the vision of the brand.
"My fashion pedigree is wholly derived from childhood predilection for wrapping swaths of cloth and ribbon left over from my mother's sewing projects around my body in primitive, avant-gardist arrangements. I would punctuate the look with bright pink plastic heels, the kind that came in a blisterpack from the supermarket, and then hobble over to my mother and ask her with all the gravitas of a four-year-old-girl: