Swarovski: Celebrating A History Of Collaborations In Fashion, Jewelry, Performance, And Design by Nadja SwarovskiSwarovski: Celebrating A History Of Collaborations In Fashion, Jewelry, Performance, And Design by Nadja Swarovski

Swarovski: Celebrating A History Of Collaborations In Fashion, Jewelry, Performance, And Design

Preface byNadja SwarovskiIntroduction byAlice Rawsthorn

Hardcover | September 29, 2015

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SWAROVSKI: CELEBRATING A HISTORY OF COLLABORATIONS IN FASHION, JEWELRY, PERFORMANCE, AND DESIGN is the history of the world-renowned crystal brand. For over 120 years, Swarovski crystals have had a multifaceted significance, used as a creative ingredient by coveted brands around the world. The extraordinary objects documented in the book range from Michael Jackson’s crystallized glove to elaborate pieces for fashion houses such as Christian Dior, Chanel, Prada and Alexander McQueen, who continuously embellish their collections with Swarovski crystals each season. Other highlights include original crystal chandelier lighting commissions for The Metropolitan Opera House in New York, and large-scale installations by top designers and architects Zaha Hadid, Ron Arad and Yves Béhar.
 
This publication presents Swarovski’s extraordinary contributions to the creative industries, which include the creation of the innovative Aurora Borealis stone and the dazzling Oscars Curtain. The book also presents the Swarovski Collective, a program established under the leadership of Nadja Swarovski to support emerging and established fashion designers, as well as exclusive essays by influential fashion icons, designers and artists. Showcasing never-before-published contemporary and archival photographs, this beautiful volume tells for the first time the illustrious tale of Swarovski's heritage and the brand's cutting-edge presence today.
Nadja Swarovski, a fifth-generation member of the Swarovski dynasty, has been the face of the company since she joined the firm in 1995. Alice Rawsthorn is a design and culture columnist for the New York Times. Vivienne Becker is a contributing editor for the Financial Times’ How to Spend It. Deborah Landis is an acclaimed American fil...
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Title:Swarovski: Celebrating A History Of Collaborations In Fashion, Jewelry, Performance, And DesignFormat:HardcoverProduct dimensions:352 pages, 12.5 × 10 × 1.31 inShipping dimensions:12.5 × 10 × 1.31 inPublished:September 29, 2015Publisher:RizzoliLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0847844188

ISBN - 13:9780847844180

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"Showcasing never-before-published contemporary and archival photographs, this beautiful volume tells for the first time the illustrious tale of Swarovski's 120-year heritage and the brand's cutting-edge prescence today." -BERGDORF GOODMAN MAGAZINE"[Swarovski] presents Swarovski’s extraordinary contributions to the creative industries, which include the creation of the innovative Aurora Borealis stone and the dazzling Oscars Curtain. . . Showcasing never-before-published contemporary and archival photographs, this beautiful volume tells for the first time the illustrious tale of Swarovski’s heritage and the brand’s cutting-edge presence today."-ECLECTIC MAGAZINE