visionary and incomparable. an artistic icon, grace coddington has left an indelible legacy within the fashion world through her illustrious career that spans more than six decades. as a young admirer of the publication, coddington won a vogue modeling competition bringing her to the sixties london fashion scene. in 1968, she began work at british vogue where she flourished for nineteen years before coming to new york as design director for calvin klein, followed by her creative director post at american vogue in 1988. grace: thirty years of fashion at vogue is a celebration of the luminary stylist's first thirty years of work at vogue uk and us, including forewords by editor-in-chief anna wintour and designer karl lagerfeld. the collection also features personal anecdotes and insider stories about working with photographers cecil beaton, irving penn, bruce weber, steven meisel, mario testino as well as fashion personalities naomi campbell, jerry hall, linda evangelista and manolo blahnik. this first volume of the legendary vogue editor's collected best work features a hardcover slipcase.
- measures 13.125" x 10.75"
- 408 pages
- published september 2002
- this deluxe edition includes a hardcover slipcase
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