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December 6, 2011

Book Review: Chanel – Couture and Industry by Amy de la Haye

chanel couture and industry by amy de la hayeChanel: Couture and Industry is one of the many new recent books that have come out about our favorite couturière, Coco Chanel.  Unlike some of the more scandalous biographies, Chanel: Couture and Industry is a breath of fresh air because it focuses on Chanel in the context of fashion history.

Coco Chanel is synonymous with elegance, fashion innovation and modernity and in Chanel: Couture and Industry, Amy de la Haye examines the creative output of the House of Chanel from its infancy in the 1920s, to the present day under the tutelage of Karl Lagerfeld.  Using the renowned collections of the V&A as her sources, fashion historian Amy de la Haye shows how Coco Chanel changed the way modern women dress.

Chanel: Couture and Industry includes beautiful images of original Chanel pieces – many of which can only be seen in museums – and many of which I have never seen before in any other Chanel publication.  Chanel is the third book in the V&A Fashion Series covering key innovators in the world of fashion.  If you are looking for a book that focuses more on Chanel in the context of fashion history then this is the book for you – or a great gift for any Chanelphile.  Chanel: Couture and Industry is available online on Amazon.com.

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