Leading publisher Rizzoli just released a new monograph spotlighting renowned French label Études. Entitled “When Études Become Form,” the hardcover book highlights the brand’s legacy starting with its inception in 2012 by designers Aurélien Arbet and Jérémie Egry. Études championed the fashion market with its relaxed silhouettes paired with bold graphics that are continuously produced for both men and women; merging high fashion panache with a nod to streetwear.
A total of 200 photographs alongside illustrations are featured in the monograph that cast light on the works of celebrated artists such as Ari Marcopoulos, Peter Sutherland, and Dike Blair. View select pages from the monograph in the gallery above and head over to Rizzoli’s website to purchase one for $85 USD.
In case you missed it, Études’ Fall/Winter 2018 collaboration with The New York Times recently starred in a new editorial by Fucking Young!