8 most expensive fashion books for your coffee table (photos)
The coffee table is filled with heavy albums close to Naomi Campbell, Louis Vuitton and Valentino, and looks more stylish than the latest issue of fashion next to your latte.
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Tomtomtomes sold out almost immediately, these are the best and most expensive fashion books you can still buy to decorate your bookshelf or coffee table.
Valentino\'s $2,000 is limited to 2,000 pieces, all of which are signed by Valentino\'s own number.
The title is 738-
Pay tribute to Italian designers.
This book covers the brand\'s history of more than 50 years, covering all the famous customers of Jackie O.
Elizabeth Taylor and J.
Lo and Anne Hathaway
Internally, fans can find pictures, sketches, and documentaries from Valentino\'s private archives, as well as magazine shots, advertisements, and portraits from the brand\'s glorious history.
Interviews with Valentino by newspapers and magazine archives, as well as new interviews with close friends, family members and collaboratorsedition book.
Naomi Campbell\'s biography, $1, sold out almost immediately, so you\'ll want to see the coffee table book that Naomi Campbell has just published. The two-
The collector\'s edition covers the heights of supermodel over the past 30 years.
The fashion career includes photos of major photographers such as Richard avendon, Anton colbyin and Peter Lindberg, as well as iconic photos of popular publications such as fashion and Harper\'s Bazaar.
Volume 2 includes private images of the model\'s family life, as well as early works with designers Azzedine alai a, John Galliano, Marc Jacobs, and Karl Lagerfeld.
Campbell also includes an autobiography text that tells readers about her life and rising stars.
The set is limited to 1,000 pieces, each numbered and signed by Campbell.
Mario Tesino: Private perspective dollar as one of the biggest names in fashion photography, Mario Tesino has become his own celebrity, from Kate Moss to Princess Diana
Mario Tesino: Personal views bring together some of the best A-300 captured by studios, sports, editors and footage
Share his impact on the industry with contributors such as Grayton Carter, Karl Lagerfeld and Jennifer Allen.
The book was released with his first exhibition in China, with a total of 1,500 copies, all signed by Testino.
It has pink, green, or purple with a cover portrait of Lady Gaga and is injected
Molded plastic box.
Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin: almost everything was $1,000 when asked what their new two includedvolume, 984-
Page van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin said this is \"almost everything\" they have been doing for the last 20 years \".
The number of this book is limited, numbered and signed by the duo is 1,000, 200
Signature, numbering and the version that includes the printing of numbered photos.
M/M by long-term collaborators and friends of both (Paris).
On its page, 666 photos of editors, portraits and campaign images and gallery photos of their more artistic nature are presented. The two-
The volume collection comes with a smaller third book, a reference guide that includes interviews, text, and picture symbols.
Mario tesheno: $1,000 when you\'re Mr tesheno you\'re not one, but two major big heads that showcase your outstanding career.
But the gentleman, as a photographer and fashion influencer, did not pay much attention to Tesino, but turned his attention to the man captured by his lens.
The book shows images from his published and unpublished archives, including more than 300 photos that try to define \"male charm.
An article by Pierre Bohan and an interview by Patrick Jinyue, this book shows the evolution of male style and identity in 30 years of Testino\'s career, and captured every subculture of male fashion --
From the Playboy and the gentleman, to the machanism, to the double Design of David Bowie.
On the first page, Testino tries to expose the stars who have defined and changed the roles of men over the past 30 years.
This book is limited to 1,000 special-
Each version is signed by Testino, bound in Japanese fabric and placed in a metal slip case.
Sanzhai has published $900 in his life to celebrate his exhibition at the Tokyo National Arts Center
The title is book, which focuses on the life and career of Japanese designer Sanzhai.
Edited by Midori Beicun, president of Sanzhai life design studio, she uses her brand and 40-
The annual friendship with the designer created this 514-
Pay tribute to his nearly 50 pagesyear career.
On its page, the reader will find his material and textile innovations, his original designs and his influence in the industry.
This book is a multilingual version that contains both English and Japanese, including editing, Exhibition and Event images, as well as the personal views of designers that are best known to his collaborators and industry professionals.
This book is limited to 1,000 pieces, all numbered and stamped with the Japanese seal of Sanzhai lifetime.
It also comes in a bag designed by the title designer himself.
Louis Vuitton Windows $845, everyone likes the windows holiday in New York, but fans know the year when the French Louis Vuitton brand keeps Windows-round.
As an art series, instead of a simple storefront display, 168-
The Page book highlights over 35 windows filled with roller coasters, circus shows, hot air balloons and golden dinosaurs built around labeled iconic handbags and accessories.
The Louis Vuitton Windows page written by Vanessa Friedman, fashion director and critic of the New York Times, includes the author\'s introduction and Industry references to the brand\'s global influence.
This book presents the work of Faye McLeod, director of visual creativity, and senior designer Ansel Thompson, including more than 150 images from stores around the world.
The impossible collection of fashion $845 written by FIT museum curator and chief curator Valerie Steele, the fashion impossible collection is 144 pages, it is filled with the works of major designers such as Borui, Dior, Miyagi and Vionnet.
Steele covers more than a century of fashion from about 1907 of Fortuny\'s streamlined Delphos gown to Hussain charayan\'s 2000 abstract table dress.
She has 100 well-planned series of pictures from the past 100, allowing readers to fully understand the past, present and future of fashion, showing everything from World War II prom dresses to post-80 concept designs. This limited-
The version is delivered in a flap linen box and in a canvas tote bag.