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The SFP LookBook Atelier to Runway: New York Fashion Week Spring 2015

The SFP LookBook Atelier to Runway: New York Fashion Week Spring 2015

Andrea Kiliany Thatcher

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The fourth edition of Schiffer Fashion Press’s (SFP) runway compendium tells the story of the Spring 2015 New York Fashion Week collections from “Atelier to Runway.” Sketches, inspirations, mementos, swatches, and mood boards from the studios of five top designers offer insights into the creative process behind the collections. The story further unfolds with compelling backstage coverage gathered before 10 runway shows. Here you’ll see the pre-runway excitement of hair stylists, makeup artists, and designers creating the final look. Finally, over 1,500 runway and presentation images from the collections of 69 designers complete this New York Fashion Week experience. Complementing this dramatic fashion narrative, this volume also presents street fashion photography and an expanded trend guide with more details and analysis, plus hair and makeup coverage. Come behind the scenes with us to experience everything that makes this week the most exciting time in American fashion.

Size: 8 1/2″ x 11″ | 2,200 color images | 320 pp
ISBN13: 9780764349102 | Binding: hard cover

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Andrea Kiliany Thatcher holds a BA in English and journalism and began her career in newspapers before making the transition to new media. She was a member of the first generation of bloggers to earn a living on the medium, having edited and written for Shiny Media, Aigua Media, The StyleBakery Network, The Fashion Spot and Papierdoll Magazine. She continues to pursue fashion writing while working in book marketing and social media. She lives in West Chester, PA, with her husband Todd and son Bobby.

“The author, Andrea Kiliany Thatcher, takes us behind the scenes of the prestigious Fashion Week New York to produce this perfect, hardcover book that would blend in perfectly in any luxury hotel or perhaps your own coffee table.” – FashionPRGirl.com

“This kind of insight into both the art and the work of being a fashion designer is a valuable tool for students and teachers and a delight for fashionistas as well.” – Art Libraries Society of North America