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Edwina Erhman is a curator of textiles and fashion at the V&A.
Amy de la Haye is Rootstein Hopkins Professor of Dress History and Curatorship at London College of Fashion.
London Couture is the first book to examine, in detail, the luxurious garments produced by the rarefied London couture industry - from lavish ballgowns to sharply tailored suits and spectacular court dress - as well as the designers who conceived them, their clients and the prestigious publications that disseminated and promoted the 'London Look'. Expert authors from around the world have delved into museum collections, as well as the archives of prestigious designers, textile suppliers and fashionable journals, to bring together this pioneering study of the London couture houses of the early to midtwentieth century, renowned for their superb craftsmanship and attention to detail. This is a stunning and substantial highly illustrated tome which will be admired by all who view it. Click here to see Dior by Dior .