All-American: A Style Book

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Universe Pub., 1997 - Crafts & Hobbies - 191 pages
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Tommy Hilfiger, one of the most successful American designers of the 1990s, has always looked to the unpretentious things that are classically American for his inspiration. Organized by days, nights, and weekends, this extraordinary resource and style book shows how Hilfiger's open-minded approach to fashion helps people to arrive at their own personal styles. 200+ illustrations, most in color.

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Since launching his menswear collection in 1985, Tommy Hilfiger has become one of the most popular designers in America. Today, his collections include an entire range of apparel and products. This is his third book. George Lois is an art director renowned for daring advertising campaigns. In the 1960s, he conceived some of "Esquire's" most famous covers. Lois is in the Art Director's Hall of Fame, the Copywriters Hall of Fame, has received Lifetime Achievement Awards from the American Institute of Graphic Arts, the Society of Publication Designers, and has been a subject of the Master Series at the School of Visual Arts.

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