Robert Fairer – American Vogue’s exclusive backstage photographer for over a decade – opens up his archive to unveil stunning photographs that were, until now, one of fashion’s best-kept secrets.
Presenting John Galliano’s creations for his eponymous label (1996?–?2011), John Galliano: Unseen celebrates the visionary and exquisitely multi-layered collections that acted as a showcase for the designer’s romantic, theatrical, radical ideas, granting rare behind-the-scenes access to a highly charged world of fantasy, collaboration and beauty.
'Fairer affirms that fashion and photography are art forms ... a love letter to every fashion aficionado'
New York Journal of Books
'Elegantly compiled … lavish'
'Perfect for anyone looking to learn about the deep history of a fashion trailblazer'
'To read this book from start to finish is to enter an alternate universe: oversized, electric, a little demented, and unabashedly showy ... nirvana for fashionistas'
'Electric...more secrets from backstage'
'A flamboyant sweep through 30 of [John Galliano’s] own-label collections'