A story about two of the greatest fashion icons of the 1990s

Taschen released a book about two incredibly talented fashion icons on May 14th. Lindbergh is known for his lively and laid-back photography, and talented designer Alaia, the perfect cut of his styles will always highlight the dignity and majesty of every woman. These two incredible talents took very different paths to begin their careers. Lindbergh was born in 1944 in Germany and attended the school of applied arts, where he was influenced by the works of German painter Otto Dix and images of Paris. Alaia, on the other hand, was born in Tunisia in 1935 and attended the school of fine arts. Later, he relocated to Paris, where he worked at Guy Laroche's and Terry Mugler's ateliers before launching his own label. Fabrice Ergot, Oliver Sayar, and Paolo Roversi are among those who have contributed to the book. The book contains 240 pages of photographs of the top supermodels of the 1990s, including Yasmin Le Bon and Nadja Auermann ,Linda Evangelista and Naomi Campbell And this book, by the way, is an addiction to the famous exhibition Foundation Azzedine Alaia , which was held in Paris in May 18.