The 20 best fashion books to gift at Christmas in 2022
Today we will talk about The 20 best fashion books to gift at Christmas in 2022.
Here is less of a fabulous fashion book with greater gifts: the kind of large-scale, hardcover edition that is both impressive, informative, and incisively illustrated, but just as well written.
In the same way, nothing is more disappointing than rubbish, this type is quickly put together during the Christmas season, designed to take advantage of panicked buyers.
20 Best Fashion Books to Gift This Christmas and Holiday Season in 2022
As long as you are interested in the best fashion design books, you will definitely have someone in your life making a serious effort to provide you with relevant reading materials-so you won't get the kind of best fashion books to read that have been cut down for nothing.
Here is the list of sending them. Similarly, if you want to give someone a gift, they will really cherish it. You are lucky.
Needless to say, here we will share the best fashion books of all time -those books that will make the Holiday and Christmas morning a real joy.
1. Maison Martin Margiela
Maison Martin Margiela by Maison Martin Margiela
There are very few contemporary fashion designers like Martin Margiela: the combination of a man's radical deconstructionism and his notorious betrayal makes him a fashion legend.
At a time when his legacy is particularly obvious on the runway, there is no better time to get acquainted with his aesthetics-there is no better way to do so than to enter his world through this self-curated window.
2. All About Yves
All About Yves by Catherine Ormen
Yves Saint Laurent has many books-but this is definitely one of the best. Including the designer's invisible sketches and photos of his works, as well as various short films (handwritten notes; backstage artificial polarizers; studio orders) of various small loans and inserts, which are both the primer of his design, Is also a really cute thing.
3. 6 +Antwerp Fashion
6 +Antwerp Fashion by edited
Antwerp 6-The Belgian designer community emerged in the 1980s-Known as one of the most innovative creative groups in the fashion industry,
this book explores their development through the words of Geert Bruloot (His Antwerp store is They and Kaat Debo (who writes Belgian fashion design better than anyone).
The first batch of stocks is a must-read for those who are slightly interested in avant-garde products.
4. Balenciaga: Shaping Fashion
Balenciaga: Shaping Fashion by Lesley Ellis Miller
Cristóbal Balenciaga's sculptural silhouette shapes fashionable landscapes-and Lesley Ellis' reflection on his mastery is a perfect introduction to how important his legacy is.
Purchase Mary Blume's "Master of All of Us"-a very detailed exploration of his life and work as the perfect accompaniment and gain an encyclopedic knowledge of his world.
5. Rei Kawakubo/Comme des Garçons: Art of the In-Between
Rei Kawakubo/Comme des Garçons: Art of the In-Between by Andrew Bolton
The CommedesGarons exhibition in Metropolis marks a particularly important moment in the fashion industry: this is the second time that the Institute of Fashion has held a retrospective for a living designer. This is Comme's conceptualism. Appeared in the mainstream for the first time.
The accompanying book, the catalog of Japanese brands over the years, the famous quotes of Rei Kawakubo, and the dialogue between her and the curator Andrew Bolton, frankly speaking, this book should be the bookshelf for every fashion lover.
6. Yamamoto and Yohji
Yamamoto and Yohji by Wim Wenders
Yohji Yamamoto has long been one of the symbols of this industry. This exploration of his brand and aesthetics is not only beautifully performed (there are photos of Craig McDean, Inez and Vinoodh, and Nick Knight, etc.), but also There are some of the best-written reflections on his work.
Written by filmmaker Wim Wenders, architect Jean Nouvel, actress Charlotte Rampling, and polymath Takeshi Kitan, it aptly reflects the breadth and longevity of his influence.
Pradasphere by Prada
Prada's world contains countless levels of mystery-but Pradasphere divides Miuccia's vision into six categories: origin, type, specimen, architecture, evolution, and observation.
Launched at the same time as the global exhibition of the same name, this is an extraordinary visual exploration of the brand's history and evolution-all contained in a deliciously glossy red box.
8. Veruschka: From Vera to Veruschka
Veruschka: From Vera to Veruschka by Johnny Moncada
From Vera to Veruschka She is one of the most familiar faces in the 1960s. She is the fashion goddess through the lens of photographer Franco Rubbartelli.
The German supermodel was recently invited by Vogue Italy to take a set of photos, from Rome to Capri to Sardinia, showing her comfortable life to the fullest. On the white beach, she is like a mermaid, sinking Into the clear sea.
9. DIOR, IMAGES DE LEGENDE: LES GRANDS PHOTOGRAPHES ET DIOR
DIOR, IMAGES DE LEGENDE: LES GRANDS PHOTOGRAPHES ET DIOR by MULLER FLORENCE / LECALLIER SYLVIE / MONNEYRON FREDERIC / CHENOUNE FARID
The Legendary Images Christian Dior’s childhood home, transformed into a designer’s living hall, is preparing to welcome Dior’s exhibition from September 3rd to 21st, taking everyone to explore the legendary world of fashion and photography.
You can see some in the book The works of world-renowned fashion photographers. Fashion historian Florence Müller has collected more than 200 photos, including behind-the-scenes shots of well-known media pictures, which are very precious.
10. Oscar de la Renta
Oscar de la Renta by Anna Wintour
The Style, Inspiration and Life of Oscar de la Renta American designer Oscar de la Renta launched his own brand as early as 1965, and his unique use of colors soon influenced the American fashion industry.
He was awarded the CFDA from 1973 to 1976, and from 1993 to 2002 as creative director at Balmain, Oscar de la Renta kept pace with the times and became one of the greatest designers of his generation.
This book is prefaced by Anna Wintour, reviewing this design journey, mourning this figure who has played a central role in the fashion industry for nearly 50 years, more than 40 years of fashion history, and exposed many unpublished photos.
11. Fashionable Selby by Selby, Todd
Fashionable Selby was launched in 2008 by Todd Selby.
theselby.com was established by some contemporary artists. The website gathers creative pictures from all over the world and has published two books in collaboration with American photographers.
The first book The Selby is in Your Place brings together the best from all over the world. Creative pictures, the second The Edible Selby, introduces specialty foods from all over the world. Fashionable Selby is the third book, introducing alternative fashions from all over the world.
12. Annie Leibovitz at Work
Annie Leibovitz at Work by Annie Leibovitz
Annie Leibovitz has worked as a photography artist, politician, and actor, and a big name in the publishing industry for the past 40 years. From Rolling Stone to Vogue, she always has her own unique image.
Annie Leibovitz is considered a big name in the fashion industry, and she can always be seen in the advertisements of Louis Vuitton and Dior. This book brings together many precious pictures of her career.
13. Seven Sisters Style: The All-American Preppy Look
Seven Sisters Style: The All-American Preppy Look by Rebecca C. Tuite
The Seven Sisters Film crew recorded the big stars on the American screen including Katharine Hepburn and Meryl Streep. From the beginning, the Seven Sisters Style has become synonymous with elegance, representing the preppy style of elegant and sophisticated young women, as well as mixed neutral styles.
This book explores the versatility of this inspiring style and records precious images from the 1920s to the present. From Dior to Balenciaga and Band of Outsiders, these styles are still applicable today.
14. The House of Worth: Portrait of an Archive
The House of Worth: Portrait of an Archive by Amy de la Haye
Portrait of an archive Worth is a famous British and French fashion designer and is widely regarded as the founder of haute couture. A truly visionary designer who has greatly changed the fashion world since the 1850s; he not only designed fashions to meet the needs of his customers but also created patterns that he had never seen before.
He invited them in his own way Take a catwalk to promote products and show their luxurious salon silhouettes. This book collects a large number of color illustrations and nearly 300 fashion archive photos, making it an indispensable and important chapter in the history of fashion.
15. 10 Corso Como: A to Z
10 Corso Como : A to Z by Carla Sozzani
She was a journalist in the late 1960s. Carla Sozzani is known as the "visionary" and "the founder of Europe's most innovative art gallery". Born in northern Italy, after graduating from Bocconi University in Milan, she has worked in major Italian fashion magazines and was the editor-in-chief of the special edition of Vogue in Italy.
Founded the Italian edition of ELLE in 1987 and served as its chief editor. Sozzani has published many works, the first of which was a book about Walter Albini, followed by many books about Pierre Cardin, Rudi Gernreich, and Paco Rabanne. At the same time, she has published several photo collections and compiled "Talking to Myself" with Yohji Yamamoto.
10 Corso Como was founded in Milan in 1990, named after the address of the old factory with an area of 1,200 square meters. The original idea was a gallery called "Galleria Carla Sozzani", and then gradually developed into a combination of coffee shops, bookstores, a variety of innovative fashion and design products, and all fashion venues that reflect today’s lifestyle, providing customers and visitors with opportunities to meet each other and exchange different cultures, concepts, and experiences.
10 Corso Como advocates the concept of "Slow Shopping", hoping that customers can enjoy and taste fashionable pictures, exquisite products, and creative designs in the unique atmosphere it creates. This book describes these situations in detail.
16. A Denim Story: Inspirations from Bellbottoms to Boyfriends
A Denim Story: Inspirations from Bellbottoms to Boyfriends by Emily Current, Meritt Elliott, Hilary Walsh
A Denim Story Current/Elliot founder designers Emily Current and Merit Elliott led us to review blue jeans. As a symbol of American culture, this new book is inspired by classic clothing culture in American history, from Kate Moss' gray skinnies to CURRENT/ELLIOTT's own boyfriend jeans.
The iconic photos and the mood boards designed by the author constitute a visual impact, which will take you to the historical American West and see the story of cowboys.
17. Halston and Warhol: Silver and Suede
Halston and Warhol: Silver and Suede
Famous for his effortlessly chic Ultrasuede shirtdress and other modern classics, Halston was the defining American fashion designer of the 1970s. Just as his friend Andy Warhol challenged the canon of high art, Halston democratized fashion with elegant and urbane ready-to-wear clothes.
Halston and Warhol complement a groundbreaking exhibition of clothes and accessories by Halston, art by Warhol, and photographs and ephemera that document the connections between the two men against the social backdrop of 1970s New York.
Included are essays, interviews, and biographical timelines that cover topics such as Halston’s importance in the canon of American couture, Warhol’s Fashion TV, the similarities in their lives and careers, and the role of celebrity in art and fashion.
Halston & Warhol shocked the fashion and art world with its own way and unique perspective of beauty and became a legend of American creative culture in the 1970s.
18. Lagerfeld: The Chanel Shows
Lagerfeld: The Chanel Shows by Simon Procter
Lagerfeld showcases in an oversize format ten years of Chanel's most influential fashion shows shot by English photographer Simon Procter. Over the past decade, fashion shows have evolved into monumental productions, requiring a level of sophistication and creativity on par with the clothes they present.
This has been most evident in Paris at the now legendary runways of Karl Lagerfeld for Chanel. To capture the energy of the events, Procter visually re-creates the epic sets--from a luscious forest scene to a rocket launch--combining multiple photographs to illustrate in a single image the many perspectives of the intense but fleeting spectacle.
The resulting artworks are held in collections worldwide and published in this book for the first time alongside never-before-seen candid images of Lagerfeld and the models preparing backstage.
Lagerfeld offers the reader an unparalleled look into the wide-ranging creativity of one of history's most respected and iconic designers, making this an invaluable resource for all lovers of fashion and especially admirers of Chanel and Lagerfeld's incomparable legacy.
19. Prada: The Complete Collections (Catwalk)
Prada: The Complete Collections (Catwalk) by Susannah Frankel
Founded in 1913 as a leather-goods house in Milan, Prada entered the field of fashion when Miuccia Prada took the helm of the company in 1979. After initially focusing on accessories, she presented the house’s first fashion collection in 1988, quickly transforming Prada into one of the world’s most influential luxury brands.
Her deeply personal, sophisticated, and subtly subversive approach often works against the clichés of beauty and sexy as she strives, in her own words, to be “more clever, or more difficult, or more complicated . . . or newer.”
Published in collaboration with Prada to celebrate 30 years of trend-setting creations, this stunning volume offers a comprehensive and definitive history of the house. Organized chronologically, each of Prada’s collections is introduced by a description of its influences and highlights and is illustrated with stunning catwalk images of models such as Naomi Campbell, Kate Moss, and Gisele Bündchen showcasing clothing, accessories, and beauty looks.
With a biographical profile of Miuccia Prada and an extensive reference section, this handsome and well-researched retrospective reflects the passion, craftsmanship, and creative spirit that define Prada.
20. Supreme Models: Iconic Black Women Who Revolutionized Fashion
Supreme Models: Iconic Black Women Who Revolutionized Fashion by Marcellas Reynolds
To date, there has never been an art book devoted exclusively to black models. Supreme Models fills that void, paying tribute to black models past and present: from the first to be featured in catalogs and on magazine covers, like Iman, Beverly Johnson, and Donyale Luna, to the supermodels who reigned in the nineties--Tyra Banks and Naomi Campbell.
The book also observes the newest generation of models--Adwoa Aboah, Jourdan Dunn, and Joan Smalls--who are shaking up the fashion industry by speaking out about racial prejudice and becoming social media sensations.
Written by celebrity stylist and journalist Marcellas Reynolds, Supreme Models features more than 70 women from the last 75 years. The book is filled with gorgeous photographs of the women and details their most memorable covers, campaigns, runway shows, and editorials.
Black models have been influencing fashion and pop culture for decades, reshaping the standards and boundaries of beauty. Supreme Model is a celebration of their monumental impact.