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Concise Illustrated History of 1940s Fashion and Style for Women. A fully illustrated history of 1940s fashion and style for women, from 1940 to 1949. The trends, designers, dresses, shoes, hairstyles, makeup and stories from the WW2 era and post war Paris. Introduction 1.1940s Fashion Trends 2.WW2 Fashion – 1939 to 1945 The French were the first to make an industry out of fashion, not just dress-making, and they have been exporting their style since the 17th century which is frankly before most of the world had even realized what fashion was. Today, along with London, New York and Milan, Paris is considered one of the fashion capitals of the world.
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26/09/2019 · Paris vs. Milan Fashion: Age-Old Fashion Rivals From the Baroque period to the Victorian era, it is no secret that admiration for fashion has been deep-rooted in European culture for centuries. And no one can deny the fact that Paris and Milan are two of … Thus when the craft of haute couture (fitting clothing to a specific client) flourished in the late 19th century, seamstresses and tailors had no choice but to establish their premises in France.Charles Frederick Worth, the Englishman credited with developing a haute couture industry, was the first to open his business on Paris’s Rue de la Paix, with several other fashion houses following
With more than 175 color high-fashion photographs, this stunning, comprehensive, and authoritative handbook on modern French couture, covering the finest Parisian houses of couture--including Chanel, Dior, Balenciaga, Yves Saint Laurent, Lanvin, and more--and the creative directors who are redefining their legacies for the twenty-first century.
While trends emerge from New York "The New French Couture" identifies the fashion leaders whose longstanding ateliers have endured, and the creative pioneers who continue to reinvent and reinterpret their signature iconography, including Karl Lagerfeld at Chanel, Raf Simons at Christian Dior, Riccardo Tisci at Givenchy, Alber Elbaz at Lanvin, Alexander Wang at Balenciaga, and Hedi Slimane at Saint Laurent.
Gaultier bids the runway adieu on final day of couture. By THOMAS ADAMSON January 22, 2020. His work has been immortalized alongside the world's finest fashion photographers in “The New French Couture: Icons of Paris Fashion” by fashion historian ...