Posts Tagged: books

Women in clothes: why we wear what we wear

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Share! Share in Facebook Share in twitter Books Women in clothes: why we wear what we wear by Carmen Beunza, 24 Sep 2014 Women in clothes is not a fashion book. Neither a book about fashion. It is something much more delicate and deeper. Why we wear what we wear? With whom do we talk… Read more »

Grace Coddington’s memories

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The film The September Issue, which documents the production of longest American Vogue, revealed hipersensitive Grace Coddington role. Out of date issues of the magazine that arrived late to Wales, waked her passion for fashion up as a teenager. The magazine was also the platform where she began her career of modeling and also of… Read more »

Best of 2012

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Nothing better to start this newborn 2013 than with a little recap of last year’s top photographic events, and nothing better to do it than having a good look at the “cool & noteworthy” section of The British Journal of Photography’s December issue: remember it’s the world’s longest running photography magazine (established in 1854!), and… Read more »

Art by an Act of God

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Glen Luchford’s new book, Damaged Negatives, is a kind of joint venture between himself and an “Act of God”. What? Indeed: it is, no more no less, and we assume for the first time in the history of photography, co-authored by a photographer and a flood… “I put the images in storage for two weeks,”… Read more »