Mary Quant (Hardback)
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Mary Quant (Hardback)

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Hardback 224 Pages / Published: 25/03/2019
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Dame Mary Quant is a fashion icon. The first focused study of her career, this book shows how she revolutionized fashion, harnessing youth, streetstyle and mass production to create a new look for everyone. It surveys the development of her business in the context of British, European and American fashion in the post-war period, and explores how her innovative marketing created a powerful global brand. Featuring new photography of Quant garments, alongside previously unpublished fashion photographs and designs, this book is a dynamic and authoritative account of the designer and her legacy.

Publisher: V & A Publishing
ISBN: 9781851779956
Number of pages: 224
Weight: 1260 g
Dimensions: 270 x 216 x 27 mm


MEDIA REVIEWS
'excellent' --Burlington Magazine, July 2019, 'explores the fashion icon's trailblazing career and prominence in the 1960s - namely, the mini skirt - showcasing never-before-seen fashion photography and captivating designs.' --Daniela Saunders, 20+ Must- Have Fashion Coffee Table Books, Country & Town House, 24th May 2022

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