Alexander McQueen: Savage Beauty

Alexander McQueen: Savage Beauty covers the designer’s process from the beginning of his career to founding his own brand in full detail. From his most mind-boggling designs to the intricacies of his own invention design techniques, from integrating technological advances into his work, to how he turned fashion into performance art, you can examine McQueen’s career in a multifaceted way.

The Beautiful Fall: Fashion, Genius, and Glorious Excess in 1970s Paris

writer: Alicia Drake

In the 1970s, French fashion exploded like champagne in the sun. These genius designers, who breathed new life into fashion, began to experience their golden age with the intense interest of famous stars who were already in the race for elegance and popularity. To learn more about YSL and Karl Lagerfeld in the 70s and the splendor they created, I suggest you read this book for sure!

The Little Dictionary of Fashion: A Guide to Dress Sense for Every Woman

Writer: Christian Dior

We continue our list with a dictionary, our third suggestion. A fashion dictionary written by Christian Dior, appealing to every woman! In this book, you can find a wide range of information, from how to dress when going to a wedding, to how to tie a scarf in an elegant way. After you finish reading this book, you will also have three valuable pieces of information that every woman must internalize, according to Christian Dior.


Write: Alexa Chung

Written by Alexa Chung, the most famous It Girl of our era, this book is inspiring. Chung, who embellishes his book with drawings he made himself and photographs from various periods of his life, examines his grandfather’s fashion ideas from his perspective, from Old-Time style to Spice Girls. After reading this book, which contains stories about his life and tips on fashion, you can also put it on the middle coffee table of your salon as a decorative item.

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