Spanning their 15 year career, The House of Viktor & Rolf is an in-depth exploration through the work of Dutch fashion design duo, Viktor Horsting and Rolf Snoeren.
Famed for their eccentric and quirky designs, the book features over 400 shots, including design sketches, fashion photography and runway snaps. Showcasing all of their major collections, be inspired by the ballooned style of Atomic Bomb, the elegant decadence of Black Light, and the bright and beautiful Flowers collections.
The book also features a series of portraits, which give an insider's view of the designers. The designs may be far from practical, but they are nothing less than iconic and this book provides a comprehensive and inspring insight into their work.
The House of Viktor & Rolf by Caroline Evans and Susannah Frankel (Merrell Publishers, £35) is available from Amazon and bookshops nationwide.
Famed for their high-concept catwalk shows and extravagant collections, the radical Dutch design duo Viktor & Rolf have taken the fashion world by storm over the last 15 years. This sumptuously produced book is the most comprehensive exploration of Viktor & Rolf's work to date, and includes an essay by the fashion historian Caroline Evans, an interview with the designers, a detailed biography and perceptive texts on each collection. Particular attention is given to signature looks from such collections as 'Atomic Bomb' and 'Russian Doll', which showcase the duo's unique blend of cool irony and surreal beauty. Featuring style shots by some of the world's most celebrated photographers, catwalk images, behind-the-scenes snapshots and portraits, The House of Viktor & Rolf is a stunning tribute to two of the most original designers in haute couture.