See The World Beautiful Limited Edition
Foreword by Tommy Hilfiger
Fans of fashion and art photographer Anne Menke will delight as her widely successful global fashion exploration See the World Beautiful, is now available in a luxurious limited edition of 100 books. The limited edition includes a striking signed and numbered print featuring children from Peru draped in fabric, inspired by the highly praised, book which explores fashion of indigenous cultures from around the world.
Anne Menke has traveled the world on assignment for the likes of Vogue, Elle, Marie Claire, and Condé Nast Traveler, usually in search of the perfect environment to shoot a fashion spread. During her extensive travels, she quickly discovered that these environments themselves are the origins of much of the fashion we see on the runways today. In See the World Beautiful, Menke has compiled an incredible record of people and places, exploring the roots of today’s fashion and style while simultaneously documenting the rich culture of the locations she visits. Texts by colleague luminaries Tommy Hilfiger, Julia Chaplin, and Andrew Niccol, in addition to the author’s own introduction, explain how fashion meets culture in ethnic populations of Latin America, Europe, Asia, and North America. This unique, sensitive, and insightful work is itself the perfect intersection of art and fashion photography. See the World Beautiful showcases a story of beauty at risk of being lost in translation.
About the Author:
Anne Menke lives in both New York City and Sayulita, Mexico when not traveling for work. Her photography has been featured in the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Edition, Travel+Leisure, SELF, Cosmopolitan Germany, ELLE France, Vogue Nippon, and Vogue Russia, among others. Her advertising clients include Emporio Armani, Nike, Aveda, Nine West, Maybelline, and Banana Republic. Menke also cofounded The Costa Verde International School in Sayulita.
253 pages; 11 1/4 x 14 1/4"; hardcover; cloth box with signed/numbered print;
129 4/c and b/2 photographs