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How radical is Fashion Innovation?

Insights and Stories that thread our fascination with fashion.

Landing a man on the moon was a radical leap forward in innovation.

“In fashion we see so many changes and so many incredible young talents with fresh perspectives and optimism, eager to take chances and shake things up.” -Anja Rubik…

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The earliest Roman art is generally associated with the overthrow of the Etruscan kings and the establishment of the Republic in 509 BC.

Roman art includes architecture, painting, sculpture and mosaic work. 725 more words


The Geoffrey Beene Power Dress

A few weeks ago I had never heard of Geoffrey Beene, an American designer. Since purchasing a 1988 Vogue pattern, and making it up I have found that Beene produced several patterns for Vogue. 735 more words

Finished Projects

The story of a shoe - Roger Vivier and Yves St Laurent

I am sure you would agree that this iconic look is not just about the dress – the dress is set off by the look as a whole. 310 more words

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The first light of fashion

Paleolithic (Old Stone Age) 2 million BC – 13,000 BC

The Lower Paleolithic is age-home to Australopithecus, who was making the first fractured stone tools over 1 million years ago.

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Clothing in Ancient Egypt (Part 3)

The Egyptians wore clothing made of linen owing to its hot weather conditions and mild winters. The men wore a wrap around skirt called Shenti that was tied at the waist with a belt. 284 more words

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Istoria ton endymaton modas ellada (Part2)

Long pieces of fabrics were used to make Greek clothing. The main items of clothing were ‘chiton’. It was a tunic made of two sheets of light drapery and worn directly over the body. 294 more words

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