ART & DESIGN

Photos: The work of late costume designer Eiko Ishioka


Costume designer, art director, provocateur: the late Eiko Ishioka had a vision of global chic that was as singular as the woman herself. Click here to read the full article.

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Faye Dunaway with Eiko’s nieces in a 1979 Parco ad.

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A 1977 poster for an Issey Miyake fashion show.

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Eiko photographed by Robert Mapplethorpe, 1983.

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Sadie Frost in Bram Stoker’s Dracula, 1992.

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Jennifer Lopez in The Cell, 2000.

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A 1966 Shiseido ad.

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Faye Dunaway in a 1979 Parco commercial.

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Eiko’s poster for the Luchino Visconti film L’Innocente, 1978.

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The cover of Miles Davis’s 1986 album Tutu, designed by Eiko and shot by Irving Penn.

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Stills from the 1973 Parco television commercial “You Are Fantastic! How Old Are You?”

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A 1968 antiwar poster: “Power Now.”

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Eiko’s poster “Holiday,” for a 1973 invitational exhibition.

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A poster for the Eiko-curated exhibition of Leni Riefenstahl’s Nuba photographs.

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A detail from Eiko’s poster for a 1978 musical production of Salome.

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A costume for Bram Stoker’s Dracula.

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Still from The Fall.

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An Eiko headdress for The Fall.

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Eiko’s anatomical armor for The Cell.

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Julia Roberts in Mirror Mirror, 2012.

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Kellan Lutz in Immortals, 2011.

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A Cirque du Soleil member from the Varekai production.

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Eiko with Catherine Deneuve at the Academy Awards in 1993, where she won an Oscar for the costumes in Dracula.

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Grace Jones on tour, 2010.