TINA CHOW – FLAIR: FASHION COLLECTED

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TINA CHOW – FLAIR: FASHION COLLECTED

225.00

First edition, published by Rizzoli & Fashion Institute of Technology, 1992 

Flair: Fashion Collected by Tina Chow was published to coincide with the exhibition of the same name held at the Fashion Institute of Technology, New York. 

Widely-celebrated and prolific model turned jewelry designer, Tina Chow's discerning eye and sense of style is illustrated in this book, including more than 50 beautifully photographed pieces from her vast collection of designer wear, ranging from Balenciaga to Paul Poiret, Chow influenced many of the styles we now associate with the era. A muse to Yves Saint Laurent and Issey Miyake, and friends with artists such as Andy Warhol, Jean Michel Basquiat and Keith Haring, Tina Chow transcended the world of fashion to become an all-round cultural icon. In addition, as a result of her death from AIDS in 1992 months before the release of this book, she requested to promote three charities that were close to her heart, a leaflet is included in this book denoting the three different causes.

Condition: Very good

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