Fashion: Photography of the Nineties

Camilla Nickerson, Neville Wakefield, N. Wakefield

Scalo, 1996


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Fashion: Photography of the Nineties is a compilation of over two hundred images culled from the worlds of art and fashion. A chronicle of the fashion iconography of the Nineties, it places images familiar from magazines and style journals alongside their wilder, darker counterparts, many of which are published here for the first time. In these photographs the body and its gestures report on the defining characteristics of a decade. Postures of anxiety, insecurity and sexual uncertainty co-exist with fashion’s more traditional celebrations. The ambiguity of gender and beauty lays bare our secret desires, dissolving the boundaries between what is worn and the way we wear it. Elegance and vulgarity, femininity and masculinity, art and fashion meet in the spaces separating the raw, the beautiful, the unkempt and the subversive. Out of the collision between style and the subconscious emerges a portrait of our time.

Featuring Araki, David Armstrong, Jeff Burton, Bruce Davidson, Corinne Day, Saul Fletchern Nan Goldin, Steven Klein, Nick Knight, Inez van Lamsweerde & Vonoodh Matadin, Glen Luchford, Mary Ellen Mark, Craig McDean, Steven Meisel, Catherine Opie, Kack Pierson, Richard Prince, Charles Ray, Terry Richardson, Paolo Roversi, Cindy Sherman, David Sims, Mario Sorrenti, Jurgen Teller, Wolfgang Tillmans, Ellen von Unwerth.


240 pages, images in color & b/w, 28,5 x 22 cm, hardcover, Engels