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Allure I

David Duncan

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Allure I
Allure I
Allure I

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Product Information

Condition:
Vintage, antique, or gently used
Author:
Diana Vreeland
Imprint:
Bulfinch Pr, New York, 2002
Format:
cloth-bound hardcover
Dimensions:
15''L x 10''W x 0.5''H
Page Count:
208

Why We Love This

"From the legendary editor-in-chief of Vogue, Diana Vreeland, comes this collection of work by some of the century's greatest photographers. Among them, Horst, De Meyer, Avedon, Beaton, Penn, and Steichen, as well as the work of the paparazzi to give shape to the culture of an era, and some of the celebrated personalities who left their imprint on it. Garbo, Nureyev, Callas, Queen Mary, Duchess of Windsor, and Josephine Baker are just a few of the luminaries whose presences in this book help define Diana Vreeland's concept of allure. As fashion editor of Harper's Bazaar, editor in chief of Vogue and creator of dozens of famous exhibits at the Metropolitan Museum of Art's Costume Institute, Diana Vreeland energized and inspired the world of fashion for 50 years. She died in 1989. Tight, clean copy."

With its rich assortment of vintage textiles, lighting, unusual accessories, and estate pieces, David Duncan’s Manhattan antiques gallery has been a prized insider’s resource since its opening in 1990. Located in a brownstone on East 60th Street, its diverse selections range from 18th-century French objets to 20th-century designs. Here, blurring the lines between collector and dealer, Mr. Duncan offers an array of books from his personal collection.