Guy Bourdin's 'Feminities', a book by Chloé
Drawn from an exhibition in Paris of the same name, ‘Femininities’ explores the way the iconic French fashion photographer shot the work and world of Chloé. Beloved for its care-free spirit and bohemianism, this publication pushes the boundaries of our perception of the ever alluring Chloé woman, using Bourdin's famously transgressive imagery to open up new interpretations; portraying "natural femininity" in a twisted and beautiful way.
Maison Chloé is an iconic French fashion house founded by Gaby Aghion back in 1952, championing free-spirited femininity. They became the first over to introduce the idea of ready-to-wear we are all familiar with today. Chloé is directional and revolutionary in every sense of the words, with a roster of both designers and clients that are undeniably A-list, from Karl Lagerfeld, Stella McCartney and Phoebe Philo to Jackie Kennedy, Grace Kelly, and Natalie Portman. The brand is renowned for its cult pieces, and under new Creative Director Natacha Ramsay-Levi, they are set to shake things up.
Texts written by Judith Clark and Christian Caujolle.
Dimensions: 23 L x 30 H cm
Published by IDEA