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THE LITTLE BLACK JACKET: CHANEL'S CLASSIC REVISITED -- BY KARL LAGERFELD AND CARINE ROITFELD. New, expanded edition. Steidl Verlag, Gottingen, 2013. Original edition published 2012 {Worldwide 149763}. Distributed in the U.S.A. by Artbook|D.A.P., New York. 278 pp. with 129 ills. and 129 reference ills. 37 x 29 cm. ISBN 9783869308166 In English.
Large format. Imprinted ISBN is for previous edition, see Worldwide 149763; the ISBN in our record appears on the slipcover only. Publisher's description: This is the updated edition of Karl Lagerfeld and Carine Roitfeld's reinterpretation of Chanel's iconic little black jacket, expanded with 21 new photographs. This award-winning book contains Lagerfeld's photographs of celebrities wearing the modern adaptable jacket with individual flair-sometimes classic, sometimes irreverent, but always Chanel-with each of the protagonists styled by Carine Roitfeld. A range of accomplished actors, musicians, designers, models, writers and directors receives the little black jacket treatment, including Claudia Schiffer, Uma Thurman, Kanye West, Tilda Swinton, Baptiste Giabiconi, Yoko Ono and Sarah Jessica Parker. The project-which has been accompanied by a worldwide travelling exhibition-underlines the astounding versatility of Chanel's vision in Lagerfeld's hands and ensures this jacket's future as a timeless classic.
Artist(s):Lagerfeld, Karl; Chanel (firm); Roitfeld, Carine
Indexing: Western, Europe — Germany — Post-2000 — Photography, Costume/Fashion — Women Artists
Plans: 73,30
Worldwide Number: 163167
Paperbound $70.00x (libraries receive a 10% discount on this title)    

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