Here is a distinctly unique look at the woman who transformed twentieth century fashion. No stranger to photographing some of the world's most beloved icons—including Man Ray, Marilyn Monroe and Judy Garland, among countless others—Douglas Kirkland fixed his lens on Chanel for twenty-one days in 1962. Sent to Paris on assignment for Look magazine, Kirkland ended up living with Chanel for three weeks, catching both the public and the intimate moments of Chanel's daily life. This collection of never-before-seen photographs is as staggeringly beautiful as it is an impassioned portraiture, shedding new light on one of the great stories of the modern age. It contains a limited edition print (1 of 100) signed by photographer himself.
Made in the United States.
Size: 8.5 inches x 9.5 inches. Pages: 144. Illustrations: 118 black and white. Regular edition book with full cloth case and French fold jacket in full cloth box with debossed artwork and blind stamping. Includes a signed and numbered artist's print, limited to just 100 copies.
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