Frida Kahlo licensing program announces global launch of new book.

License Global

June 1, 2022

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Frida Kahlo book.Art Ask Agency

Art Ask Agency has announced the launch of the “Frida Kahlo – Style Icon” book, the second book based on Frida Kahlo published by Hardie Grant U.K. 

The new title, written by Charlie Collins and illustrated by Camilla Perkins, will be distributed worldwide and launched June 23. Pre-orders are available now, via Amazon, Waterstones, Bookshop and Book Depository.  

The first Frida Kahlo title published by Hardie Grant, “Pocket Frida Kahlo Wisdom,” launched in 2018. 

“From embroidered blouses and traditional Tehuana dresses to indigenous treasures and jewelry strung by Frida herself, this book showcases how Frida used her style as a means of personal and political expression,” says marketing team, Hardie Grant. “Tastefully and elegantly illustrated throughout, this volume is a must-have for admirers of Frida Kahlo, fashion historians and fans of fashion illustration.” 

“This new book from Hardie Grant, just like the first one, are great gift items for Frida fans,” says Maria Strid, owner, Art Ask Agency. “They bring Frida closer to people and show another side of the most famous Mexican female painter.” 

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