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eBook Denim: From Cowboys to Catwalks: A History of the World's Most Legendary Fabric ePub

by Paul Trynka,June Marsh,Graham Marsh

eBook Denim: From Cowboys to Catwalks: A History of the World's Most Legendary Fabric ePub
Author: Paul Trynka,June Marsh,Graham Marsh
Language: English
ISBN: 1845131118
ISBN13: 978-1845131111
Publisher: Aurum Press; Revised edition (September 1, 2005)
Pages: 128
Category: Graphic Design
Subcategory: Photo
Rating: 4.5
Votes: 736
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ePub file: 1981 kb
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This book: Denim: From Cowboys to Catwalk gives a good overview of the history of denim. The subject ranges from the history of denim to current trends. It also contains a glossary of terms for quick lookup so if you need to be reminded what selvage or sanfordized is, it's there for you.

This book: Denim: From Cowboys to Catwalk gives a good overview of the history of denim. A must have for every denim enthusiast. I highly recommend this book to anyone who has an interest in fashion and denim, or simply anyone who wears a pair jeans. 14 people found this helpful.

This book is a short history of the world's most legendary fabric - denim! My first pair of blue jeans in 1969 were Lee Riders and I practically lived in them at uni. Over the years I've worn Lee, Levi, Wrangler and an assorted variety of 'designer' type jeans.

It is both a symbol of the counterculture and the generator of huge amounts of money. It is a simple fabric, dating back to 18th-century France, which has become a symbol of street credibility and sex appeal.

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Graham Marsh is the author and art director of numerous visual books, including The Cover Art of Blue Note . One of the great denim/ jeans book on the market. Best-selling in Non-Fiction.

Graham Marsh is the author and art director of numerous visual books, including The Cover Art of Blue Note, East Coasting and California Cool. Country of Publication.

Graham Marsh and Paul Trynka set the pace and tone with an excellent introduction to the book. Here’s an excerpt from the introduction of Denim: From Cowboys to Catwalks: A Visual History of the World’s Most Legendary Fabric : Presidents and prime ministers wear it. It’s still a rebel fabric. A badge of workers, a totem of anti-establishment cool, denim is the most democratic of fabrics, one that flatters everyone but the powerful and paunchy. Denim is simple, non-intellectual stuff. But it abounds in dualities.

It is both a symbol of the counterculture and the generator of huge amounts of money

It is both a symbol of the counterculture and the generator of huge amounts of money. Great Book, Love Denim. com User, January 25, 2006. Anyone with an interest in denim will find this wonderful book to be a very easy and enlightening read. The pictures are all bright, clear, and of high quality.

Marsh, Graham;Trynka, Paul. The story of denim is a tale rich in paradox. Cherished by dustbowl cowboys and high fashion models alike, the fabric is at once a symbol of the counterculture and the raw material of a major industry

Marsh, Graham;Trynka, Paul. ISBN 10: 1854107917, ISBN 13: 9781854107916. Cherished by dustbowl cowboys and high fashion models alike, the fabric is at once a symbol of the counterculture and the raw material of a major industry. A simple fabric, dating back to 17th–century France, it has become an instant sign of credibility and sex appeal. Today, denim is ubiquitous: Alexander McQueen and Vivienne Westwood have pushed it into the forefront of high fashion, Calvin Klein and Giorgio Armani have made it the basis for billion–dollar brands.

Marsh, Graham, Trynka, Paul, Marsh, June. Denim' describes the evolution of the denim business and digs deep into the archives to deliver unpublished pictures in which the fabric lends a gritty glamour to icons such as Robert Mitchum, Marilyn Monroe and Chet Baker. Marsh, Graham is the author of 'Denim From Cowboys to Catwalks, A History of the World's Most Legendary Fabric' with ISBN 9781845131111 and ISBN 1845131118.

A Visual History of the World's Most Legendary Fabric. by Graham Marsh, Paul Trynka. Published March 1, 2006 by Aurum Press, Limited.

The story of denim is a tale rich in paradox. Cherished alike by cowboys and models, the fabric is at once a symbol of the counterculture and the raw material of a major industry. A simple fabric, dating back to 17th-century France, denim today is ubiquitous: Alexander McQueen and Vivienne Westwood have pushed it into the forefront of high fashion; and Calvin Klein and Giorgio Armani have made it the basis for billion-dollar brands. This homage to the much-loved fabric delves deep into the archives to trace the origins and development of denim. It features rare pictures of icons wearing denim, like Marilyn Monroe and Steve McQueen, plus specially commissioned photos of rare and classic garments from the 1880s to the present day. It is complete with a glossary and a guide to valuable vintage items.
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