A portrait of Yves Saint Laurent and his quarter-century impact on the fashion world, given through words and images by photographer Roxanne Lowit.
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Roxanne Lowit is a New York-based fashion photographer who started taking pictures in the 1970s. Before long she was covering all the designers in Paris, where her friends, including models such as Jerry Hall, would sneak her backstage. Her photographs have appeared in many magazines, including Vogue, Vanity Fair, Elle, V Magazine and Glamour, and she has worked on numerous advertising campaigns for, among others, Dior, Barney's and Vivienne Westwood.
Introduction . The Photographs, interspersed contributions from YSL's muses and admirers.
''Dazzling ... Roxanne Lowit's intimate images show the maitre at work from 1978 up to his final show in 2002, and all the fabulousness that surrounded him'' - Evening Standard ''As one of Yves Saint Laurent's inner circle, photographer Roxanne Lowit had unrivalled access'' - Sunday Times ''A fine slice of fashion history, a peek at the looks and the personality that came to define couture in the last century'' - Wallpaper* ''Dazzling ... [the photos are] perfectly complemented by the contributions by the likes of Catherine Deneuve, Betty Catroux and Lucie de la Falaise'' - Red
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