Throughout her illustrious career, Tonne Goodman has made the famous stylish and the stylish famous. The Vogue fashion director has not only shaped the way women dress and see themselves, but she has also created a nexus in which the worlds of celebrity and style continually collide. Now, in Point of View, Goodman’s life and career are explored for the first time. Organized chronologically, this book charts Goodman’s career from her modeling days, to her freelance fashion reportage, to her editorial and advertising work, through to her reign at Vogue. The editor’s recollections of some of the world’s greatest photographers, models, celebrities, and designers of our time are illustrated throughout, with behind-the-scenes fashion photos and shots of Goodman’s personal life.
About the Author
Tonne Goodman has been the fashion director of Vogue since 1999. Her storied career took her from The Costume Institute at The Metropolitan Museum of Art (where she was a special assistant to Diane Vreeland), to the New York Times Magazine, Life, Calvin Klein, and Harper’s Bazaar, where she was the fashion director.