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Revolutions in Fashion: A Wind of Change

Mar 05, 16 Revolutions in Fashion: A Wind of Change

What is Fashion? What is Art? We all are used to look at art as something superior, some kind of divine expression of feelings, of reality, of the existence. We see haute couture and high fashion as sort of art, that expresses current times. Paris. The capital of fashion. Parisian fashion weeks were always the ones to look for,...

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Revolutions In Fashion: Christian Dior

Dec 25, 15 Revolutions In Fashion: Christian Dior

Paris fashion has suffered deeply after the World War II. Its leadership in the fashion world has been challenged. Will Parisian Couture ever recover and handle the rising competition from London and New York as global cities of fashion? On February 12th, 1947, Christian Dior revealed his first Haute Couture collection in the newly...

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Revolutions In Fashion: Coco Chanel

Nov 25, 15 Revolutions In Fashion: Coco Chanel

This is a story of a little girl from an orphanage, who was about to change the world of fashion. This is also a story of a strong woman who had to rely on rich men’s help, but was able to do so without losing her pride. This also a story of a great feminist and a revolutionary woman, who’s biography is very hard to write, as...

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Revolutions In Fashion: Marie Antoinette

Nov 06, 15 Revolutions In Fashion: Marie Antoinette

Spring 1770, the young Marie Antoinette, born 14 years earlier as Maria Antonia Josepha Johanna, is on her way from Vienna to Versailles after spending countless hours with dressmakers from Paris. Her marriage with French dauphine is supposed to seal the Franco-Austrian alliance. And it is time for Marie Antoinette to step out of...

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