DESIGN & FASHION

i-D

THE COMPLETE COVERS 1980-2010


i-D is a British bimonthly magazine published by Vice Media, dedicated to fashion, music, art and youth culture. i-D was founded by designer and former Vogue art director Terry Jones in 1980. The first issue was published in the form of a hand-stapled fanzine with text produced on a typewriter. Over the years the magazine evolved into a mature glossy but it has kept street style and youth culture central.

i-D has also held exhibitions worldwide and published several books.


Publisher : TASCHEN Gmbh; 

Illustrated edition (29 Oct. 2010)

Language : English

Hardcover : 320 pages

ISBN-10 : 3836521571

ISBN-13 : 978-3836521574

Dimensions : 31.24 x 3.56 x 24.38 cm

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80s FASHION

FROM CLUB TO CATWALK


Highlighting the decade’s extraordinarily creative interaction between fashion and popular music, the book shows how both catwalk and club fashions were interpreted for a wider audience through the striking photography and innovative graphic designs of key magazines. 80s Fashion includes interviews and original archive material from practitioners such as Wendy Dagworthy and Paul Smith thatcasts new light on the designs of the decade.


Publisher : V&A; 1st edition (3 Jun. 2013)

Language : English

Paperback : 112 pages

ISBN-10 : 1851777253

ISBN-13 : 978-1851777259

Dimensions : 19.69 x 1.27 x 26.67 cm

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80s ALL AMERICAN ADS


A pictorial tour of advertisements from the nineteen eighties provides a colorful look at the decade.


Publisher : V&A; 1st edition (3 Jun. 2013)

Language : English

Paperback : 112 pages

ISBN-10 : 1851777253

ISBN-13 : 978-1851777259

Dimensions : 19.69 x 1.27 x 26.67 cm

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FLYER SOZIOTOPE

TYPOGRAPHY OF A MEDIA PHENOMENON


If posters were rock and roll's early, defining visual hallmark, then flyers, which range from the size of a business card to larger than a greeting card, never too large to be distributed by hand, are the equivalent for contemporary club music. The cheerful, home-cooked visual parody and appropriation enabled by electronic media--"Come to where the flavor is," reads one Berlin handout reproduced here--have spawned a whole new genre, akin to the electronic music it often advertises. These flyers, examples of which range over 20 years on more than 600 pages, are at once art, advertising, branding and community building, and they reflect the fashion, music, art, politics, news, graphics and literature of their eras. FlyerSoziotope is the world's largest catalogue of them, and it illustrates the entire spectrum of a new media culture with work from Europe and around the world. Editor Mike Riemel, who studied economics, planning and urban sociology, put his education to use by founding Berlin's Foto-Shop gallery and the Internet radio station, Klubradio, which webcasts from clubs in Berlin. He has marshaled more than a dozen writers whose essays take closer looks, both academic and entertaining, at aspects of the medium's development, its success and its future.


Publisher : ActarD Inc; 

Unabridged edition (1 July 2005)

Language : English/German/French/Spanish

Hardcover : 608 pages

ISBN-10 : 8496540030

ISBN-13 : 978-8496540033

Dimensions : 24.9 x 4.7 x 19.6 cm

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HIGHFLYERS

CLUBRAVEPARTYART


This unique collection of radical club culture design forms an authoritative record of some of the most innovative flyers to come out of the UK's post-House Dance scene.


Herausgeber : Booth-Clibborn; 

New ed Edition (1. Oktober 2000)

Language : Englisch

Hardcover : 184 Seiten

ISBN-10 : 1861540205

ISBN-13 : 978-1861540201

Dimensions : 22.06 x 1.27 x 27.31 cm

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BACK IN THE DAYS


Back in the Days documents the emerging Hip Hop scene from 1980-1989—before it became what is today’s multi-million-dollar multinational industry. Back in the days, gangs would battle not with guns, but by breakdancing. Back in the days, the streets—not corporate planning—set the standards for style. Back in the days, Jamel Shabazz was on the scene, photographing everyday people hangin’ in Harlem, kickin’ it in Queens, and cold chillin’ in Brooklyn. 

Street styling with an attitude not seen in fashion for another twenty years to come, Shabazz’s subjects strike poses that put supermodels to shame—showing off Kangol caps and Gazelle glasses, shell-top Adidas and suede Pumas with fat laces, shearling coats and leather jackets, gold rope chains, door-knocker earrings, name belts, boom boxes, and other designer finery. For anyone who wants to know what “keepin’ it real” means, Back in the Days is the book of your dreams.


Publisher : powerHouse Books,U.S.; 

Illustrated edition (1 April 2002)

Language : English

Hardcover : 128 pages

ISBN-10 : 1576871061

ISBN-13 : 978-1576871065

Dimensions : 18.42 x 2.03 x 24.77 cm

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BACK IN THE DAYS – REMIX


When it was first released in 2001, Back in the Days was a bomb dropped on the cultural landscape, changing the worlds of fashion, movies, music, and art in ways still felt today. Now, 10 years later, powerHouse is releasing a new edition of this unrivaled classic, with new photos and text. Don’t sleep! Now is the perfect time to reintroduce yourself to the ultimate collection of timeless street fashion and style: Back in the Days.


Publisher : powerHouse Books,U.S.; 

Illustrated edition (21 June 2011)

Language : English

Hardcover : 132 pages

ISBN-10 : 1576875679

ISBN-13 : 978-1576875674

Dimensions : 18.14 x 2.06 x 24.77 cm

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FRUITS


This extensive collection of portraits represents a unique documentation of the changing face of street fashion throughout the last decade. Colourful, fascinating and funny, this is the first time these cult images have been published outside Japan.


Publisher : Phaidon Press; 

ASIN : B000ILZ66E

Language : English

Paperback : 304 pages

ISBN-10 : 0714840831

ISBN-13 : 978-0714840833

Dimensions : 17.15 x 2.54 x 22.86 cm

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GOTHIC & LOLITA


Gothic & Lolita charts the trend of Gothic street fashion that has swept Japan over the last decade. Influenced by Western fashion trends from the mid 1980s, young teenagers, predominately adolescent girls, congregate in the urban centres of Harajuku, Akihabara and a number of underground clubs in and around Tokyo, dressed head-to-toe in gothic costumes and late-Victorian dress. The psychological characteristics of the average Japanese Goth is one of introversion and exclusivity. The majority of girls in the scene are teenagers and most usually stop dressing and behaving this way by the age of eighteen. The origin of the movement was in Osaka in the mid 1990s when young teenagers adopted Gothic fashion in response to the clothes worn and promoted by Japanese Gothic rock bands. In the ten years since the trend began it has expanded to a number of cities including Tokyo and now boasts many thousands of devotees who dedicate their lives to creating ever more flamboyant and bizarre variations on the Gothic theme.


Publisher : Phaidon Press; 

Illustrated edition (27 April 2007)

Language : English

Paperback : 272 pages

ISBN-10 : 0714847852

ISBN-13 : 978-0714847856

Dimensions : 16.51 x 1.91 x 22.54 cm

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NEW YORK CLUB KIDS


The Club Kids comprised an artistic and fashion-conscious youth movement that crossed over into the public consciousness through appearances on daytime talk shows, magazine editorials, fashion campaigns, and music videos, planting the seeds for popular cultural trends such as reality television, self-branding, influencers, and the gender revolution. Known for their outrageous looks, legendary parties, and sometimes-illicit antics, The Club Kids were the hallmarks of Generation X and would prove to be the last definitive subculture group of the analog world. The ‘90s, whose 30th anniversary is quickly approaching, has come to be known as the last discernible and cohesive decade, cherished by those who experienced it and romanticized by those who missed it. 

The first comprehensive visual document of ‘90s nightlife and street culture, New York Club Kids grants special access to a dormant world, curated and narrated by someone who participated in the experience. Featuring rare photographs and ephemera, the book culls from the personal archives of various photographers and artists whose recognition is long overdue.


Publisher : Damiani; 1st edition (19 Dec. 2019)

Language : English

Hardcover : 310 pages

ISBN-10 : 8862086571

ISBN-13 : 978-8862086578

Dimensions : 22.3 x 3.5 x 28.5 cm

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SOME WEAR LEATHER SOME WEAR LACE


It was a scene that had many names: some original members referred to themselves as punks, others, new romantics, new wavers, the bats or the morbids. 'Goth' did not gain lexical currency until the late 1980s. But no matter what term was used, 'postpunk' encompasses all the incarnations of the 1980s alternative movement. Some Wear Leather, Some Wear Lace is a visual and oral history of the first decade of the scene. Featuring interviews with both the performers and the audience to capture the community on and off stage, the book places personal snapshots alongside professional photography to reveal a unique range of fashions, bands and scenes. A book about the music, the individual and the creativity of a worldwide community rather than theoretical definitions of a subculture, Some Wear Leather, Some Wear Lace considers a subject not often covered by academic books. Whether you were part of the scene or are just fascinated by different modes of expression, this book will transport you to another time and place.


Publisher : Intellect Books (15 Oct. 2014)

Language : English

Paperback : 218 pages

ISBN-10 : 1783203528

ISBN-13 : 978-1783203529

Dimensions : 22.86 x 2.29 x 22.86 cm

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AS SEEN IN BLITZ

FASHIONING 80s STYLE


1980s fashion and culture, as seen on the deeply influential pages of BLITZ, the pioneering '80s style magazine.

A wealth of stunning visuals, text and interviews from the time, plus new commentaries from over 100 key players.

"BLITZ provided a beautiful flamboyance in the '80s... When you and I met up it was an eye-opening moment for me. You showed me a life that was different to how I had perceived it." Nick Knight.

"BLITZ completely changed the perception of beauty. There were no chocolate box girls in BLITZ, just lovely edgy young things who depicted the age and a different mood in how people viewed beauty." Carole White, co-founder of Premier Model Management.

"Like the lightning in its name, it struck us in 1980 and kept us spellbound the whole decade. 'Too fast to live, too young to die', that is BLITZ for me. Every month we would run to the news stand to be 'BLITZed' with irreverent, glamorous, chic and iconic images. BLITZ was Iain R. Webb's brainchild that corresponded perfectly to the era; it was one of its best expressions. He used emblematic faces that were so inspiring, and that I used for my shows, like Martine Houghton, who later became a photographer. BLITZ, we miss you but we are ready for your attack again!" Jean Paul Gaultier.

In London at the start of the 1980s, three new style magazines emerged to define an era. It was a time of change: after Punk, before the digital age, and at the dawn of a hedonistic club scene that saw the birth of the New Romantics. On the pages of BLITZ, The Face and i-D, a new breed of young iconoclasts hoped to inspire revolution. As BLITZ magazine's fashion editor from 1982-87, Iain R. Webb was at the centre of this world. His images manipulated fashion to explore ideas of transformation, beauty, glamour and sex. The magazine's arresting, subversive fashion pages, and its profiles of disparate designers and creative types, let the imagination run free. Lavishly presented here are over 100 BLITZ fashion stories, with unseen archive content, original images and tear-sheets. A separate section features original BLITZ interviews with the key designers, and a vast amount of completely new material: Iain R. Webb has gathered the memories of those involved into a gripping oral history of an under-documented time. 

Characters and contributors include: Leigh Bowery, Amanda Cazalet, Boy George, Princess Julia, Nick Knight, David LaChapelle, Paul Morley and Anna Piaggi. Featured designers include: Bodymap, Judy Blame, Dean Bright, Comme Des Garçons, Jasper Conran, John Galliano, Jean Paul Gaultier, Katharine Hamnett, Hermès, Pam Hogg, Marc Jacobs, Stephen Jones, Calvin Klein, Andrew Logan, Issey Miyake, Franco Moschino, Vivienne Westwood, and more.


Publisher : ACC Editions; Reprint edition (27 Aug. 2014)

Language : English

Hardcover : 272 pages

ISBN-10 : 1851497234

ISBN-13 : 978-1851497232

Dimensions : 23.5 x 2.9 x 28.75 cm

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NEW ROMANTICS: THE LOOK


The New Romantics rose from the ashes of punk and celebrated the spirit of David Bowie at clubs throughout the UK. Dave Rimmer assesses the style and impact of Boy George, Steve Strange, Spandau Ballet and others who drove this media friendly, club-based 80s style movement that mixed music with fashion, entrepreneurialism and art.


Herausgeber : Bosworth Musikverlag; 

1. Edition (15. September 2003)

Sprache : Englisch

Taschenbuch : 128 Seiten

ISBN-10 : 0711993963

ISBN-13 : 978-0711993969

Abmessungen : 24.18 x 0.91 x 27.48 cm

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THE BOOK WITH NO NAME


The Book of New Etiquette

The Look Book

The Now Crowd

Peacock Punk

The Blitz Kids

The New Romantics

Style File


Publisher : Music Sales Corp (1. September 1982)

Language : English

ISBN-10 : 086001925X

ISBN-13 : 978-0860019251

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NIGHT FEVER

DESIGNING CLUB CULTURE 

1960 - TODAY


Exhibition: Vitra Design Museum

Night Fever. Designing Club Culture 1960 – Today

17.03. – 09.09.2018

Weil am Rhein, Germany


Nightclubs and discothèques are hotbeds of contemporary culture. Throughout the 20th century, they have been centres of the avant-garde that question the established codes of social life and experiment with different realities, merging interior and furniture design, graphics and art with sound, light, fashion and special effects to create a modern Gesamtkunstwerk. Night Fever: A Design History of Club Culture examines the history of the nightclub, with examples ranging from Italian nightclubs of the 1960s that were created by members of the Radical Design group to the legendary Studio 54 in New York, Philippe Starck’s Les Bains Douches in Paris and the more recent Double Club in London, conceived by German artist Carsten Höller for the Prada Foundation. Featuring films and vintage photographs, posters and fashion, Night Fever takes the reader on a fascinating journey through a world of glamour, subculture and the search for the night that never ends.


Publisher : Vitra Design Museum; 

1st edition (30 Mar. 2018)

Language : German

Hardcover : 400 pages

ISBN-10 : 3945852234

ISBN-13 : 978-3945852231

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