Serge Lutens (Hardback)
  • Serge Lutens (Hardback)
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Hardback Published: 12/10/1998
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Photographer, make-up artist, interior and set designer, creator of perfumes, fashion designer and designer of extraordinary objects, autodidact Serge Lutens is an "image maker" of genius. He first began working for French "Vogue" in 1963 where he worked with, among others, Bob Richardson, Richard Avedon, Guy Bourdouin and Irving Penn. At the age of only 27, already acclaimed for his inimitable style, he moved to Dior to develop the company's image and create their make-up lines, after which he transferred his talents to Shiseido, where he has been "image creator" for over 15 years. He divides his time between Paris and Ben Youssef, the medina in Marrakech, and his work reflects a sophisticated blend of European refinement and rich orientalism, taking the femme ideale, or ideal woman, as its central motif. His first book - published in 1992 and now a collector's item - was an "event" in the publishing world. Today, with his second book, produced in luxury edition, Serge Lutens returns to reconfirm his art, which brings together pure aesthetics and a quest for perfection.

Publisher: Assouline
ISBN: 9782843230660

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