Couture interiors: living with fashion
Laurence King, 15 sept. 2007 - 224 pages
Examining the imaginative and compelling way in which fashion has permeated 21st-century culture, this book considers the relationship between fashion on the catwalk and architecture, interiors, and products. Many fashion designers extend their aesthetic into interiors and products for the home as a natural progression from clothing the body.The home is now subject to the same directional trends as fashion, in part because so many designers are extending their practice to include interiors, as well as products, and accessories. The fusion between fashion and interiors has never been more relevant. The proliferation of ideas, the speed of manufacture, and an increasingly visually literate consumer, have all resulted in interiors being subject to the same desire for fashionability, innovation and change as fashion. This investigation of the hectic dissemination of trends takes the reader on an eclectic, adventurous excursion into living with fashion.
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