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Fashion, Art & RocknRoll

Magazine Art + Culture | 25 Nov 2016

Fashion, Art & Rock´n´Roll is a book which tells a history about the legend of Jean-Charles de Castelbajac fashion. Since the beginning of his career, Castelbajac showed an endless passion of art and the approach towards the pop rock culture which marked various generations around the world. Whether it´s referring to the Pope´s robe, figurines in a Woody Allen film or the wardrobe of the television series Sex and the City, the designer has worked with a number of individuals and created partnerships with the most unlikely people.
Jean-Charles de Castelbajac who launched its own brand in 1978, now presents a book that tells a success story, with stunning photographs.

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1976 / In front of my first concept store, 31 Place du Marché

               1986 / Two-person poncho for K-Way “with a zip in the event of divorce”. All rights reserved

Andy Warhol, Les Contemporains II advertising campaign for Iceberg, Photo ©Oliviero Toscani     Lego hat, “JC in the Sky with Diamonds” collection, Tush Magazine, Photo ©Jean Charles de Castelbajac. All rights reserved

2007 / M.I.A. wearing a “Rubikcube” sweater, “Electrokute” collection, Winter 2007-2008, Photo ©Tim and Barry

Winter 2002-2003 / “Keith Haring” top and balaclava and “Mickey” trousers, “Electrique Saga” collection, Photo ©Jean Charles de Castelbajac. All rights reserved


Summer 1982 / Tribute to comic strips, dresses painted on silk worn by the Paris Opéra ballet company, Photo ©Bettina Rheims


Summer 1984 / “Homage to the 20th century”, Dresses painted on gazar, Photo © Jean Charles de Castelbajac. All rights reserved

 

Text: Isadora Faustino

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