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Nino Cerruti, Fashion Icon


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Een onderhoudend en prachtig geïllustreerd eerbetoon aan Nino Cerruti (1930-2022), de grote Italiaanse modeontwerper wiens gedeconstrueerde jassen en soepele stoffen een revolutie teweegbrachten in de herenkleding in de jaren zestig.

Artikelnummer: 978­3­96171­426­1 Categorieën: , , , Tag:

– The only Cerruti monograph on the market
– Fashion icon, Hollywood designer, Ferrari Formula 1 designer and Armani’s teacher
– For aficionados of fashion and design, celebrity fans

“Style is balance, but with a dramatic twist,” Nino Cerruti is reported to have said, although one may ask whether it wasn’t perhaps sometimes the other way around, as the master certainly knew how to electrify on the catwalk. His career had a very classic start in the 1950s when, at a young age, he inherited his father’s legacy and initially created solid ready-­to-­wear men’s clothing, refined with a touch of Italian elegance. He soon turned to womenswear, pioneering there as well with his focus on pants. He remained a leading figure in the world of fashion for many decades, until his death in January of 2022.

The one­-of-­a-­kind mono­ graph Nino Cerruti – Fashion Icon pays tribute to the legendary designer.

Featuring a large number of photographs from the fashion world, as well as many showing him in his own personal world, it explores the life and work of the grand seigneur of Italian fashion.

Cindi Cook is a writer and editor currently working as a Paris correspondent for the international news agency Anadolu Agency. Her work has appeared in The New York Times, New York Post, Women’s Wear Daily, Hamptons, and numerous other newspapers and magazines. She has worked for various magazines in a variety of positions, including editor­in­chief of Hamptons magazine.

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