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The Karl Lagerfeld Campaigns

Patrick Mauries Karl Lagerfeld



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Thames & Hudson Ltd
27 September 2018
When Karl Lagerfeld was named at the helm of the fashion house in 1983, he set out to radically shake up and update its image - not only through bold collections but also, from 1987 onwards, by choosing to shoot the house's campaigns himself, a move that was unprecedented for a fashion designer.

Conceived in collaboration with Karl Lagerfeld and the House of Chanel, this definitive publication opens with an essay by Patrick Mauries before exploring the campaigns themselves, organized chronologically. A carefully curated selection of images showcases hundreds of spectacular clothes worn by the top fashion models - and personalities - of each era, from Ines de la Fressange, Claudia Schiffer, Kate Moss and Cara Delevingne, to Kirsten Stewart and Lily Rose Depp, captured in glamorous locations, from Coco Chanel's Paris apartment to the French Riviera or LA.

Presented in a high-end, slipcased package, Chanel: the Karl Lagerfeld Campaigns offers an unrivalled overview of the house of Chanel as seen through the eyes - and lens - of Karl Lagerfeld himself.
By:   Patrick Mauries
Photographs by:   Karl Lagerfeld
Imprint:   Thames & Hudson Ltd
Country of Publication:   United Kingdom
Dimensions:   Height: 277mm,  Width: 190mm, 
Weight:   2.480kg
ISBN:   9780500519813
ISBN 10:   0500519811
Pages:   560
Publication Date:   27 September 2018
Audience:   General/trade ,  ELT Advanced
Format:   Paperback
Publisher's Status:   Active

Patrick Mauries is a Paris-based writer of many notable titles on fashion and design. Among his previous books are Chanel Catwalk, The World According to Karl, Jewelry by Chanel and Fornasetti, all published by Thames & Hudson.

Reviews for Chanel: The Karl Lagerfeld Campaigns

'A perfect salon coffee-table book to inspire - an absolute must-have' - Tribute 'Iconic' - .Cent 'Presents the caricaturable couturier's work as a master of still and moving imagery, showcasing Lagerfeld's greatest campaigns' - Architectural Digest 'Mega' - i-D

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