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Halston and Warhol : Silver and Suede
by Lesley Frowick and Geralyn Huxley




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Famous for his effortlessly chic Ultrasuede shirtdress and other modern classics, Halston was the defining American fashion designer of the 1970s. Just as his friend Andy Warhol challenged the canon of high art, Halston democratized fashion with elegant and urbane ready-to-wear clothes. Halston and Warhol complements a groundbreaking exhibition of clothes and accessories by Halston, art by Warhol, and photographs and ephemera that document the connec-tions between the two men against the social backdrop of 1970s New York. Included are essays, interviews, and biographical timelines that cover topics such as Halston's importance in the canon of American couture, Warhol's Fashion TV, the similarities in their lives and careers, and the role of celebrity in art and fashion.

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Overview

Famous for his effortlessly chic Ultrasuede shirtdress and other modern classics, Halston was the defining American fashion designer of the 1970s. Just as his friend Andy Warhol challenged the canon of high art, Halston democratized fashion with elegant and urbane ready-to-wear clothes. Halston and Warhol complements a groundbreaking exhibition of clothes and accessories by Halston, art by Warhol, and photographs and ephemera that document the connec-tions between the two men against the social backdrop of 1970s New York. Included are essays, interviews, and biographical timelines that cover topics such as Halston's importance in the canon of American couture, Warhol's Fashion TV, the similarities in their lives and careers, and the role of celebrity in art and fashion.


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  • ISBN-13: 9781419710957
  • ISBN-10: 1419710958
  • Publisher: Harry N. Abrams
  • Publish Date: May 2014
  • Page Count: 240
  • Dimensions: 12.1 x 9.9 x 1.1 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 3.85 pounds


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