Giorgio Armani

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Guggenheim Musem, 2000 - Art - 381 pages
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A sumptuous photographic essay, which accompanies a new museum exhibition, celebrates the design genius of Armani, discussing his wide influence and the radical changes in fashion that he has inspired, tracing the evolution of his unique artistry. 20,000 first printing.

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Italian designer Giorgio Armani's label has retained its status for 25 years, and it is still revered by celebrities and celebrity watchers alike. Now Armani has received the ultimate kudos, a ... Read full review


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Germano Celant is Senior Curator of Contemporary Art at the Guggenheim Museum. He has published extensively on Robert Mapplethorpe and the rich art historical past referenced in the photographeris work.

Harold Koda is curator in charge and Andrew Bolton is curator, both at The Costume Institute, The Metropolitan Museum of Art. Nancy J. Troy is professor of modern art history at the University of Southern California.