The Little Book of Schiaparelli by Emma Baxter-Wright

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Elsa Schiaparelli was one of history's most influential and eccentric couturiers. Endowed with a strikingly imaginative approach to fashion, she perfected a unique combination of the witty and the surreal, the cutting edge and the elegant, from her clothing, jewelry, shoe, and perfume designs to her collaborations with such provocative artists as Dalí, Cocteau, and Giacometti. This extravagantly illustrated biography, enhanced with beautiful photographs of Schiaparelli's finished designs and personal sketches, traces the life and career of this innovative fashion genius.
 

About Emma Baxter-Wright

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Emma Baxter-Wright studied fashion at Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design and history of art at Bristol University. She taught at the London College of Fashion and has contributed to many publications, such as The Face, Cosmopolitan, and Marie Claire. Emma is also the author of Duffy, a photo-book on the English fashion photographer Brian Duffy, and a contributing author toVintage Fashion. She lives in Gloucestershire, England.
 
Published May 1, 2012 by Carlton Books. 160 pages
Genres: Humor & Entertainment, Arts & Photography, Young Adult.

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“There are very few designers who can claim this much of a lasting influence in a business where change is worshiped.”

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