From cardboard shoes in Africa to body paint in New Guinea, from chimney sweeps in France to an Indian Elvis, (un)Fashion scans the globe to show how real people dress: at work, on the street, or for ceremonial occasions. With virtually no text, (un)Fashion pokes gentle fun at the elitism of the fashion world, presenting its provocative observations through dynamic images by some of the world's foremost photojournalists.
TIBOR KALMAN (1949-1999), one of the world's greatest graphic designers and a social activist, founded the revolutionary New York design firm M&Co, known for its use of graphics for social commentary as well as for innovation in design.
MAIRA KALMAN is the author/illustrator of 10 children's books, including the celebrated series about the globe-trotting poet dog Max Stravinsky. Kalman continues to run M&Co. She lives in New York City with her two children
285 illustrations in full color, 6 x 9"