Since opening her first shop in Paris in 1975, agnes b. has been dedicated to creating timeless designs. Snap cardigans, striped T-shirts, strapless dresses, mini skirts, leather pants--her unforgettable pieces mix classical influences with street style. In line with her motto that "the street makes fashion," she has developed her own stylistic language that is subtle, chic, and casual. This richly illustrated clothbound book explores her signature approach to design, the history of the brand, and her continuing influence, which extends beyond fashion to the worlds of art, film, publishing and music. Presenting design sketches, press clippings, photographs byagnes b., and the work of photographers such as Peter Lindbergh, Dominique Issermann, Ellen von Unwerth, Bruce Weber, Gilles Bensimon and Jean-Baptiste Mondino, agnes b.: l'histoire explores the far-reaching influence of the brand, celebrating the complexity and creativity of the agnes b. universe.