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Happy Monday everyone!
I wanted to start the week by sharing this amazing video of the major trends throughout the years. Fashion trends always come back in style and influence new trends as well.
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The modern day Top Shop equivalent of Marie Antoinette’s muslin white dress in the 18th century, Katherine Hepburns summer staple in the Holiday, Audrey’s “rolled sleeves and lifted collar” lounging number in the 50’s, the oversized shirt in the 90’s Julia Robert’s needed to make her a pretty woman.
Well, just when you thought that we had explored this topic to death, once again we’re back! :-) In our past posts, we primarily explored the types of female costume seen in the movie and touched a little on the male ones with the aim of deconstructing some of the details. 614 more words
I spotted these cool paper shoes outside MOMA on 53rd Street. They belong to Philip Laforest who was born and raised in Port-au-Prince, Haiti in the 1950’s. 16 more words
Happy birthday to Marie Antoinette’s premiere marchande de modes, Rose Bertin, born on this day in 1747. Bertin’s meteoric rise to success began in 1772, when she opened her own shop, after having apprenticed to a… 668 more words