Fashion & Beauty

Love Vivier

A fresh look at the concept of elegance and Parisian style, personified by the iconic fashion of Roger Vivier.

For decades, Roger Vivier has created visionary shoes and bags that, over time, have become icons of fashion. This book tells the story of this achievement and offers a fresh take on the designer’s legendary accessories, as seen through the eyes of young enterprising fashion bloggers and tastemakers including Charlotte Groeneveld (The Fashion Guitar website), Chriselle Lim (The Chriselle Factor website), Eleonora Carisi (Joujou Villeroy website), and Tamu McPherson (All the Pretty Birds website). For the first time, objects of this legendary luxury brand will be interpreted directly by those who wear them, people who live their lives “inside” the Vivier brand.

About The Author

Ines de la Fressange was a runway model in the 1980s. She is a creative consultant for Roger Vivier and Uniqlo. Christene Barberich is the global editor in chief and cofounder of the Webby award–winning lifestyle media company, Refinery29, which reaches 225 million women worldwide every month. Leandra Medine is the founder of the fashion blog Man Repeller and has collaborated with a long list of fashion brands and retailers. In 2013 she released her first book, Man Repeller: Seeking Love, Finding Overalls. Arianna Piazza is a scholar of Italian fashion. She is the author of You: The Digital Fashion Revolution (Electa Mondadori, 2017), and Fashion 150: 150 Years/150 Designers (Laurence King, 2016).

  • Publish Date: May 22, 2018
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Category: Design - Fashion & Accessories
  • Publisher: Rizzoli
  • Trim Size: 10-15/16 x 14-1/16
  • Pages: 248
  • US Price: $100.00
  • CDN Price: $135.00
  • ISBN: 978-88-918159-2-7


"...A uniquely contemporary understanding of Vivier's enduring legacy..."

"Fashion fans can have a new conversation starter in their homes with Roger Vivier’s new coffee table book. .  ."
—Nikara Johns, FOOTWEAR NEWS

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