Okay, I know this is only my second post related to clothing in a short period of time. But after writing and education, fashion is my tertiary passion. 598 more words
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Christian Tagliavini, 1503 Cecilia, 2011
People sometimes ask me why I do what I do. Recently I found myself in a complex discussion where I was defending my line of work, ultimately justifying the hours spent by dress historians looking at a neckline, or the lining of a gown or the height of an eighteenth century heel. 119 more words
There is something comical about making an identical, or closely matching outfit for yourself and your daughter. In this picture we see how Butterick appealed to the “aww” factor to sell not just one, but two patterns, so that “mom” could sew up two complementary yellow and orange summer frocks. 596 more words
All outfits from http://www.COSstores.com
London’s skyline is becoming dense with silly shapes with sillier names – the Cheesegrater, Walkie Talkie, Shard and Gherkin.
With a career in property development it is no surprise that I work with many architects, all of whom who I greatly respect and admire. 703 more words
‘… fashion is based on creating a need where, in reality there is none. Fashion is a factory that manufactures desire,’ Bruno Remaury.
Books on fashion and luxury are oftentimes not easy to find, especially when you’re a cash-strapped student aspiring to make it in a mythical industry that for an newcomer looks like an array of closed doors.173 more words