#Repost @yohjiyamamotoofficial (@get_repost)
As the brand new A/W17-18 Yohji Yamamoto pour homme collection is about to unveil in just about 2 weeks, let’s rewind 30 years from now…
The incredible trio: @MarcAscoli (direction), @Nick_Knight (photographs) and Peter Saville (graphic design) was a legendary collaboration.
The series of images they created at that time definitely changed the way of fashion publishing.
These images were presented 30 years ago in the chaotic post-modern late 80’s.
From Yohji Yamamoto pour Homme A/W 1988-89
Photographs by Nick Knight
Direction by Marc Ascoli
the moment #MarcAscoli photographs his work at Jil Sander. Present Tense/ Museum Angewandte Kunst exhibition - SS96 campaign, creative direction @marcascoli photography @craigmcdeanstudio model @guineverevanseenus design @mmparisdotcom makeup @patmcgrathreal hair @eugenesouleiman @jilsander @museumangewandtekunst #mak#frankfurt
The art magazine, Parkett is releasing its final issue (link to Village Voice article in profile👆🏽). For the cover of issue #37 , artist Charles Ray used an advertising image of fashion model Tatjana Patitz. That image came from a Jil Sander fashion campaign photographed by Nick Knight, and represented many era-defining fashion campaigns that Knight, Patitz and art director Marc Ascoli had created for Jil Sander during the early 1990s (some examples included here). Inside #37 , Ray incorporated his series of nine snapshots of Tatjana taken at home, sitting around the house, and doing everyday tasks. These contrasting images of her were from his photo series, "The Most Beautiful Woman in the World" (1993) and also referenced his mixed media work, "Fall '91" (1992), both included here. For Parkett magazine, artists such as Charles Ray provided many of its covers throughout its 30 years in print, including this cover with Ray's notes. If you have issues of Parkett, hold on to them. #parkett#tatjanapatitz#charlesray#nickknight#jilsander#marcascoli#fashion#art#supermodel#fall91#artmagazine#1990s#fashionblogger#fashionart#parkettmagazine#villagevoice