Anne Robinson, Karen Saxby
This book of brilliant colors and striking images takes us on an extraordinary journey through an outstanding, never-before-seen collection. The fashion designer Tamy Tazi has set her own special mark of distinction on contemporary Moroccan dress: ceremonial or everyday caftans, djellabas, jackets and serouals. Her models embrace two traditions: one is the haute couture that has long been a mainstay of Tamy Tazi’s business as Yves Saint-Laurent’s representative in Morocco, the other is the Moroccan heritage. The union of these vital sources has generated a new style in caftans that daringly distinguish themselves from either parent. This book features an outstanding collection of more than 100 rare pieces, reproduced at large-format and with accurate technical specifications. A very useful tool for fashion students and designers, the high quality reproductions and paper make this book suitable for any coffee table.