Tracing the history of American fashion it is hard to miss the trails of Eleanor Lambert. Renowned American publicists and founder of Council of Fashion Designers of America (CFDA), The Costume Institute, Fashion Week, and The Best Dressed List. Lambert is the ultimate small town girl who made it big, not only for herself but notably for the American industry of fashion and art. Due to her passion for fashion, interior design, philanthropy and contemporary art, her endeavors made her a groundbreaking pioneer that brought international fame to American fashion and designers alike.
Eleanor Lambert: Still Here is a remarkable biography written by her assistant and fashion historian, John Tiffany. From being appointed by President Lyndon Johnson to the National Council of the Arts , to organizing events in America and Europe, and being involved in directing and founding Museums, Eleanor Lambert accomplished beyond her dreams. In this book, the author depicts her signature styles, skills, and business savviness that are all still emulated today and marked by her indelible footprint traced from history to today’s fashion.