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Bloomsbury Fashion Video Archive


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Streaming-Video-Service mit Zugang zu über 3.000 Videos mit einer Spieldauer von rund 1.200 Stunden aus den Runway-Archiv-Kollektionen der YOOX NET-A-PORTER GROUP, die die Modegeschichte zwischen 1979 und 2003 dokumentieren. Das Archiv mit vollständigen Laufsteg-Shows der Fashion Weeks von Mailand, Paris, New York, Miami und London von rund 460 internationalen Modedesignern umfasst unschätzbares Filmmaterial, darunter Alexander McQueens Jack the Ripper-Abschlussschau von 1992, Jean Paul Gaultiers umstrittene "Rabbi Chic"-Schau, außergewöhnliche Laufsteg-Shows von Vivienne Westwood, John Galliano und Martin Margiela. Ergänzt wird das Angebot durch Interviews mit Top-Designern, Models und weiteren Akteuren der Fashion-Szene sowie Beiträge zu den wichtigsten Kollektionen, der Entwicklung von Trends, Farben, der Arbeit einzelner Designer, der Inszenierung einer Laufsteg-Show und vieles mehr.

Bloomsbury Fashion Video Archive

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Bloomsbury Publishing

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Verlagsinformation :: Publisher's information

Offering 3,000 videos and 1,200 hours of footage from the YOOX NET-A-PORTER GROUP Runway Archive Collections, Bloomsbury Fashion Video Archive offers an unrivalled window into fashion history between 1979 and 2003. The period covered by the archive saw the disruptive impact of innovative designers such as the Antwerp Six, Rei Kawakubo, and Hussein Chalayan and spans more than two decades of London, Paris, New York and Milan runway shows. The Archive includes priceless footage including Alexander McQueen's 1992 Jack the Ripper graduate show, Jean Paul Gaultier's controversial "Rabbi Chic" show, extraordinary Westwood and rare Galliano, as well as the radical Belgian, Martin Margiela. It is an absolute treasure trove for fashion students and researchers as well as anyone interested in broader cultural and aesthetic trends of the period.

Content Highlights

  • 2,738 full catwalk shows, from Paris, London, New York and Milan indexed extensively to enable easy searching and discovery
  • 460 international designers represented— from Vivienne Westwood's provocative shows, and disruptive innovator Hussein Chalayan, to les enfants terribles Alexander McQueen and John Galliano, and the rise of the supermodels
  • Extensive indexing and captioning of each video enables granular searches and enhanced discoverability—categories include year, season, brand, people, design house dress type, design and making, fashion business, textiles and more
  • Exclusive scholarly articles that shed light on key collections, the evolution of trends, individual designers' work, and more—curated by fashion historian and Director of the Museum at FIT (NY), Dr Valerie Steele
  • Designer in focus pages which collate the wealth of runway videos for top designers, alongside relevant articles and biographies, allowing users to learn about influences, most important collections and iconic garments
  • Designer biographies introducing the basics of a designer's history, work and rise to success, to place shows into context and build a foundation for further reading
  • "Clip making tool" to save specific sections of videos with ease— for general reference, or for use in presentations
  • A timeline of key designer and brand events, contextualized by historical, cultural and arts events of the same period

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