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Hello beautiful fashionsitas, fashion lovers, observers, enthusiasts, bloggers and everybody reading this. I’m a 20 years old Mademoiselle, who is in love with Fashion and this is my way to express my love and gratitude towards the industry where there are no boundaries, dreams come true, and heels are high. 150 more words


Mastering Men's Neckwear


The modern necktie traces its origins to the cravat, which first gained popularity in 17th century France. A group of Croatian mercenaries in the service of France were wearing cravats when they were presented to the French royalty. 775 more words


100 Years of British Vogue | Intelligence | BoF

Before Anna Wintour stepped into Vogue House, the leading fashion title had already seen a slew of formidable editors document the roaring twenties and the swinging sixties. 24 more words


Then and Now: Victorian wedding shoes

During the Victorian era, people started wearing white for their weddings, in both dress and footwear. There are oodles of wedding shoes that have survived, according to… 135 more words

Fashion History

Jacqueline de Ribes | The Art of Style.


Countess Jacqueline de Ribes b. July 14th, 1929, is a French aristocrat, designer, businesswoman, and philanthropist.

Jacqueline’s father-in-law described her as a “cross between a Russian Princess and a girl of the Folies Bergère.”  From   75 more words

Women's Footwear In America

A Brief History of Canada's Brief Fashion History

I get it, most people have no interest in history whatsoever. I feel context is important though, so as the world wakes up for fashion season once again, a dose of history is just what we need to understand where we fit in this global industry. 864 more words


Breaking Taboos

Whilst the re-cycling concept is easily embraced in other parts of the world, here in Asia, there are a hosts of taboos associated with using recycled wares and broken or cracked stuff, especially if you are Chinese. 413 more words