To celebrate 20 years of creations by the House of Christian Lacroix, twenty items of clothing from the collections of the Paris based couturier were exhibited by D. Dubois and C. Rizzo.
To celebrate 20 years of creations by the House of Christian Lacroix, twenty items of clothing from the collections of the Paris based couturier were exhibited at a retrospective exposition at the Villa Noailles, south of France, by David Dubois, designer and Christian Rizzo, choreographer. The exhibition then went on a world tour. Text by Laurence Salmon, Art Critic.
100 copies of this book are in limited edition, with an original textile creation by Christian Lacroix.
|Number of pages||48|
|Size||15 x 21 cm|
Born Christian Marie Lacroix in 1951 in Arles, France; married Francoise Rosenthiel (a boutique manager), c. 1991. Education: University of Montpellier, arts degree, 1973; attended the Sorbonne ; received museum curator training at Ecole du Louvre.
Began as a fashion assistant at Hermes; assistant in accessories, Guy Paulin; worked in the office of Jean-Jacques Picart; worked for a haute couture firm in Tokyo, Japan; fashion designer, house of Jean Patou, 1981-86; fashion designer, house of Christian Lacroix, 1987—; costume designer for theater, opera, stage, and film, 1985—; founder, XCLX, 2001; head designer, Pucci, 2002—.
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