DIOR BY MARC BOHAN: A MUST READ
WHY YOU'LL WANT THE 3RD BOOK OF THE SERIES
If you are looking for a good summer read, or a très chic coffee table collection book, look no more. Dior’s third volume of its unprecedented series is finally here, and you will definitely want it. No, you will definitely need it.
In the third of seven books commemorating the work of Christian Dior’s most iconic designers, this volume is about Marc Bohan’s historic 30 years at the house.
Dior By Marc Bohan follows the departure of Yves Saint Laurent and the start of Marc Bohan in the Couture house. From the Slim Line collection of Spring 1961 to the Year of India collection for Spring 1989, we see the most classic designs of Bohan for the house of Dior: all of his oh- so feminine designs that women all around the world absolutely loved and reshaped the House back to its original soft, delicate, and elegant style.
Fashion journalist Jérôme Hanover includes details and stories behind Bohan's designs, giving us insight into Bohan’s mind, his inspirations and aspirations, as well as influences throughout his years designing for Dior. The book contains exclusive and beautiful photographs by Laziz Hamani, giving the reader a very close look to designs, dresses, and the Designer himself.