Yeohlee: Work

Images Publishing

  • Since establishing her own fashion house in New York in 1981, Yeohlee's strong and consistent approach to clothing design has made her name synonymous with 'intimate architecture', seasonless efficiency, striking geometrical designs and concise functionalism. She designs for the 'urban nomad', a post modern consumer who demands adaptable, functional, low-maintenance clothing that looks deceptively simple but makes a powerful impression in changing environments of time, place and circumstance. Her work has been featured in solo exhibitions in New York and London, in numerous group exhibitions, worldwide, and is in the permanent collections of a number of major fashion museums, including the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. This book features insightful essays from a number of prominent fashion critics and curators, as well as beautiful photographs, and patterns for some of her most iconic designs.

  • ISBN: 9781864700039

    Dimensions: 300mm x 223mm

    Page Count: 224

    Publication Date: Jul 2003

    Coulour: Full Colour





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