Paris. Conde Nast. 1985. Wrappers. 318 pages. Illustrated throughout. 315 x 240mm (12½ x 9½"). 1.4kg. . French. Very good; light shelf wear to cover, no tears, a small crease to lower forecorner of front cover effecting the first ten pages, similar crease to lower forecorner of rear cover, some light spotting effecting the rear cover, the magazine's edges and occassional margins including two of the Hockney pages.
A special edition of Vogue with a cover and 41 page contribution by David Hockney. Each year Paris Vogue chooses one creator from the world of the visual and performing arts to edit a portion of a single issue of the fabled fashion magazine. In 1985 David Hockney was selected, and this issue contains a forty-one page feature written and illustrated by him and featuring his own artwork and handwritten text. The pages reflect the artist's interests during this period; Hockney writes about perspective and illustrates it with his photo-collages and perspective-shifting paintings and drawings. As an added bonus Vogue No. 662 includes a fashion editorials by Guy Bourdin, Sarah Moon and Arthur Elgort.