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No 5 Culture Chanel

Author: Jean-Louis Froment
Publisher: Harry N. Abrams
ISBN: 9781419711350
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Jean-Louis Froment plays homage to the legendary Gabrielle Chanel and her most iconic fragrance. Designed to complement the exhibit 'No.5 Culture Chanel' at the Palais de Tokyo in Paris, Froment's tome traces Mademoiselle Chanel's artistic influences and establishes Chanel No.5's integral role in the avant-garde art of the early 20th century.

Mode

Author: Charlotte Seeling
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ISBN: 9783848011032
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Culture Chanel

Author: Jean-Louis Froment
Publisher: Harry N. Abrams
ISBN: 9781419729362
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Gabrielle Chanel was a friend of the greatest poets, writers, musicians, and artists of her time, as well as an avid reader who found inspiration in literature and poetry. Throughout the famous couturi�re's life, the works of Plato, Saint Augustine, Shakespeare, Alexandre Pouchkine, Honor� de Balzac, Gustave Flaubert, Thomas Mann, Pierre Reverdy, Max Jacob, Jean Cocteau, and more played a significant role in nurturing her imagination. In CULTURE CHANEL: The Woman Who Reads, author and curator Jean-Louis Froment highlights connections between texts, photographs, paintings, drawings, jewelry, perfume, and clothing designs, revealing an aesthetic language--which can be seen throughout Chanel's many enduring contributions to the fashion world--in the light of the written words that shaped her life.

Iconic Designs

Author: Grace Lees-Maffei
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
ISBN: 0857853538
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By returning to the etymological roots of iconicity and showcasing objects which are distinctive, memorable, internationally recognised and the subject of significant media attention, this text addresses what we mean by 'iconic' and how that aids our understanding of design and of iconicity. 50 compact chapters examine designs ranging from everyday goods to high-end 'designer' objects and explores how iconicity was established and how it contributes to our understanding of iconic design, by considering production, consumption and legacy alongside similar or contemporaneous objects. The book is divided into five parts, each addressing a thematic locus, arranged in a sequence from the public to the personal. This structure demonstrates that icons are not only a public phenomenon but infiltrate our intimate self-identity, in the form of objects which we carry with us and contribute to our sense of self. With significantly longer object entries than standard texts, this is essential reading for students and scholars of design history, design criticism, design studies and material culture studies, museum studies, art and architectural history, architecture and design practice.

Advertising In Contemporary Consumer Culture

Author: Hélène de Burgh-Woodman
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 3319779443
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This is the first scholarly book dedicated to reading the work of contemporary filmmakers and their impact on modern marketing and advertising. Drawing from consumer culture theory, film and media studies, the author presents an expansive analysis of a range of renowned filmmakers who have successfully applied their aesthetic and narrative vision to commercial advertising. It challenges some traditional advertising tropes and sheds light on the changing nature of advertising in the contemporary media context. Utilising Deleuze and Guattari’s notion of assemblage, this book addresses themes of spatiality and time, narrative and aesthetics and consumer reception within a new frame of reference that re-contextualises classical concepts of genre, platform and aesthetic categories. These diverse elements are embedded into a larger discussion of the resonance of contemporary advertising for consumer culture and the implications of the hybridity characteristic of convergent media platforms for understanding the potential of advertising in the twenty-first century. It offers a cutting-edge, interdisciplinary perspective for researchers, academics, and practitioners working in marketing communications, advertising, and media studies.

Chanel No 5

Author: Tilar J. Mazzeo
Publisher: Hoffmann und Campe
ISBN: 3455850545
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In einer kleinen Flasche Chanel No. 5 wohnen tausend Geheimnisse - das zeigt diese "nicht autorisierte Biographie eines Dufts", der seit fast hundert Jahren die Welt betört. Tilar J. Mazzeo, versierte Kennerin der französischen Kulturgeschichte, erzählt die mit dem berühmten Parfum eng verknüpfte Erfolgsgeschichte einer der faszinierendsten, aber auch widersprüchlichsten Schlüsselfiguren des 20. Jahrhunderts: Coco Chanels Weg vom Waisenhaus über die Demimonde von Lyon zur Pariser Haute Couture. Nicht für eine Werbekampagne, sondern in spontaner Verzückung verriet Marilyn Monroe: "Im Bett habe ich nichts weiter an als ein paar Tropfen Chanel N°5 ." Von Brancheninsidern ehrfürchtig "le monstre" genannt, gehört die kostbare Flüssigkeit in ihrem Art-déco-Flakon, das zum Markenzeichen wurde, zu den begehrtesten Luxusaccessoires des 20. und 21. Jahrhunderts und ist weltweit die Nummer 1 unter den exquisiten Parfums. Wie kam es dazu, dass dieser raffinierte Duft, der in den frühen zwanziger Jahren seinen Siegeszug antrat, ein Eigenleben entwickelte und zu einem von Millionen gepriesenen Kultobjekt wurde? Tilar J. Mazzeo schildert den rasanten Aufstieg einer Femme fatale mit Herz zur Gestalterin des modernen Savoir-vivre.

Chanel

Author: Justine Picardie
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ISBN: 9783869301792
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Real Luxury

Author: M. Pinkhasov
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 1137395575
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Real Luxury examines what a 'luxury brand' is from economic, sociological and psychological standpoints. It spells out the challenges the industry is facing and puts forward a new, practical model aimed at reviving and protecting luxury brands, based on the authors' hands-on experience in the industry.