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Commissioned by
Gemeentemuseum
Den Haag

Published by
Wbooks,
Zwolle 2011


Authors
Madelief Hohé,
Doede Hardeman,
Mandy Prins and
Carli van de Kerkhof

Remember Yves Saint Laurent’s brightly coloured Mondrian dresses of 1965 and the Op Art mini dresses of the 1960s? They are vivid illustrations of the centuries-long love affair between fashion and art. Couturiers are past masters at capturing the contemporary zeitgeist in their designs, while artists have frequently used clothing as a way to give all-round expression to their aesthetic ideas.

23 x 29,5 cm
CMYK
Soft cover with foldout flaps
Photography by Alique
Printed by ÈposPress bv
Exhibition design by Maarten Spruyt