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Paul Poiret

Paul Poiret is a leading French fashion designer during the first two decades of the 20th century. He is the creator of extravagant exotic looks and of the elegant columnar dresses, surprising his society with each new creation. 524 more words


Return of the Mac

Not just for the likes of Inspector Gadget, or Castiel from Supernatural.

April, the month of showers, unpredictable weather patterns, the chill of winter mingling with the new warmth of Spring, symbolises many things, to the world of fashion it means putting away chunky knits and heavy coats and pulling out your Spring and Summer wardrobe, something, during one very miserable day in February you wondered if you would ever get to wear again. 782 more words


Ripped Jeans: DIY

The ripped jeans is still a big fashion hit. Problem is: it costs more than a normal jeans but it has less fabric. Where’s the logic in that?! 650 more words

Passion For Fashion

News ..... Saville Rows first female Master Tailor

Hello Readers,

In the news recently it has been announced that there will finally be a female Master Tailor on Saville Row.

A Lady by the name of Kathryn Sargent who has been in the tailoring business for over 15 years. 218 more words


A Life in Fashion: The Wardrobe of Cecil Beaton

It’s been a busy month following the publication of my book, A Life in Fashion: The Wardrobe of Cecil Beaton by Thames & Hudson in… 292 more words

Men's Fashion

It don't mean a thing if you ain't got that...

…Electro Swing? This infectious collaboration of good old fashioned Swing music fused with Jazz and modern Electronica still seems to be going strong especially with titans such as Parov Stelar at the helm. 1,019 more words


East Meets West: Kimonos at New York Fashion Week Fall 2016


Versatile, flattering, cozy and chic. I can’t say enough about this Japanese traditional garment that’s making a comeback. In fact, it’s become a staple of almost every well-known fast fashion chain. 181 more words