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Halston: Inventing American Fashion by Lesley Frowick hardcover book

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This hardcover book, written by Halston Frowick's niece and confidante, is the first to chronicle the life of a designer who personified American fashion in the 1970s. The story unfolds through interviews with his A-list clientele, unseen drawings and glossy photography - charting his time as a milliner for Bergdorf Goodman to the opening of his own label in 1968. Lauded for creating Jackie Kennedy's iconic pillbox hat and Liza Minnelli's most unforgettable costumes, Frowick's journey will prove fascinating for fashion enthusiasts.

  • - Halston: Inventing American Fashion by Lesley Frowick; foreword by Liza Minnelli
  • - 278-page hardcover book
  • - Published: 2014
  • - Publisher: Rizzoli, New York
  • - ISBN: 978-0-8478-4349-7
Product Code: 530287

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