Women in Design
Charlotte Fiell, Clementine Fiell
Women designers have made an immense contribution to our shared material culture and built environment. However, while several pioneers have achieved global recognition – Ray Eames, Florence Knoll Bassett and Charlotte Perriand to name a few – there are others not so well known but equally influential to the history of design.
This book introduces the principal players in the areas of fashion, textiles, graphic and product design and architecture from the last 100 years, and uncovers a history with women firmly at the centre.
Featuring profiles on more than 100 women designers, each accompanied by an informative and authoritative text and illustrated by iconic works, this book is an inspirational focus for all design students and practitioners.
Charlotte Fiell is a leading authority on the history, theory and criticism of design and has authored and edited over 50 books on the subject, including Design of the 20th Century, The Story of Design and the bestselling 1000 Chairs.
Clementine Fiell is a London-based writer, editor and researcher. She received a first-class BA Honours in Fashion Communication with Promotion at Central Saint Martins (UAL). While there, she was awarded the prestigious Felicity Green Award for Fashion Journalism. She has since held various editorial and art direction roles at a number of titles and organisations including: Vice, POP Magazine, Arena Homme Plus, Mario Testino and Vivienne Westwood. Women in Design is her first book.
|Publication Date||28 October 2019|
|Illustrations||200 colour illustrations|
|Rights||Europe (excluding Netherlands, Belgium, Germany, Austria, Switzerland), Middle East, South Africa, Swaziland, Lesotho, Namibia, Botswana and Zimbabwe|