Description - A.L.T. 365+ by Andre Leon Talley
The unstoppable, unforgettable Andre Leon Talley, Vogue magazine's editor at large, embodies the essence of the American spirit the self-made man who has risen through the ranks of the elite high fashion industry with subtle perseverance, incomparable elegance, and searing wit over the past three decades. Style transcends race, class, and time, Talley explains; his inestimable influence can be seen everywhere, from the runways and the glossies to the backstage parties and the streets. Talley invites us to share in a year of his life in A.L.T. 365+, his first art monograph, designed by world-renowned art director Sam Shahid. Within the pages, Talley's photographs and text introduce us to the people and places he encounters along his travels around the world, be it among the devout perched along the front row of Fashion Week in New York, Paris, and Milan or seated with the faithful at the Good Friday services at Abyssinian Baptist Church, Harlem. A wonderful and warm family album, A.L.T. 365+ is inspired by Allure, the iconic volume of culture, personality, and style by Talley's beloved mentor, Diana Vreeland. Showcasing charmingly candid snapshots, taken with a Kodak one-time
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(420mm x 290mm x 40mm)
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Author Biography - Andre Leon Talley
Andre Leon Talley received his M.A. in French studies from Brown University. He joined Vogue magazine in 1983 as fashion news director and served as creative director from 1988 to 1995. After living in Paris for a number of years, he returned to Vogue in 1998 as editor at large. The author of A.L.T.- A Memoir (Villard, 2003), Talley was nominated for an Emmy Award for his weekly segment on Metro TV's Full Frontal Fashion called Vogue's Talley. He is a member of the board of trustees of the Savannah College of Art and Design in Savannah, Georgia where a Lifetime Achievement Award has been named for him. He lives in Hastings-on-Hudson, New York.