188 pages in colours - 27 x 32 cm - Hardcover
Language : French/English
When Throbbing Gristle donned their infamous camouflage uniforms in 1980 it became a pivotal statement for industrial and post-industrial fashion.
Few of the countless imitators realised that those particular uniforms were custom-made and designed by their close ally Laurence Dupré. In true TG fashion expectations were confounded and a deeper level of importance literally hidden away from easy deciphering.
Timeless feels honoured to present a first extensive overview of Laurence Dupré’s early career raging from her DiY fashion zines of the late 70s/early 80s dealing with camouflage patterns and appliances, her collages for Sordide Sentimental, her meeting with Genesis P-Orridge in Hackney to her design worky not only for the TG uniforms, but also other aspects of the latter day TG image.