Antonio's girls, Antonio Lopez
Thames and Hudson, 1982. Softcover. 128 pp. 28,5 x 23,5 cm. Text in English. Used. VG · Signs of wear at spine and cover (as shown). The book about the influential fashion illustrator's life and work. Lopez, known for his vibrant and avant-garde style, revolutionized fashion illustration in the 1960s and 1970s. The book showcases his muses, often referred to as "antonio's girls", who include iconic models and personalities such as Grace Jones, Jerry Hall, and Pat Cleveland. Through a rich collection of illustrations, photographs, and personal anecdotes, 'Antonio's Girls' is a designer book that offers an intimate look at Lopez's creative genius and his impact on the fashion world. This celebration of his artistry highlights the diversity and strength of the women who inspired his work, solidifying his legacy in the annals of fashion history. With a perfect cover, all the book is full of suggestive lines and attractive colors. An ode to the freehand illustration.