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5.0 étoiles sur 5Grunge is unfairly maligned,and I believe this proves it27 novembre 1999
Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
I LOVED the whole grunge,"heroin chic" movement-NOT for its drug connotations,but because FINALLY the spackled-on make-up,the foo foo clothes,the ridiculous glamour lighting,it all ceased.Here you've got a rare,gorgeous pic of Stella Tennant WITH her nose ring(she looked SO much better with it!),by Paolo Roversi no less.You've got a vaguely punkish Rosemary Ferguson,by Corrine Day.Other major photographers are also represented-Juergen Teller,Craig McDean,Mario Sorrenti(Rachel Williams with raccoon eyes,a belly-button ring...and little else;)....the list is endless,really.This is a really COOL book,it is the very DEFINITION of cool.And it may change your mind about grunge!
3.0 étoiles sur 5Disappointed28 septembre 2006
Par The Cheeky Tart - Publié sur Amazon.com
Although this book did provide a handful of interesting photos of Stella Tenant and Kate Moss, overall, its not worth the buy if you're looking for a real 90s fashion focus. On the whole, the book is filled with strange images of nudity that hinge on vulgar and strange. For that reason, I wasn't impressed with this book. Having come of age when 90's photography was at its height, I was disappointed to not see some of the more glamourous photography of that period - the true dark grunginess of the time - one of my favorite parts of the 90's. I wish the book had shown more photos of models than of the miscellaneous men and women in the buff. If that's what you're looking for - I would recommend Mario Testino's many fashion photography books, more colorful and fun than Fashion: Photography Of The Nineties.