We live in a time when access to information is the smallest problem one can have. God bless the internet, and its huge database. Besides the tons of particular facts that live in the cyber space, the internet is a habitat for people’s opinions. Everybody has something to say and the best place to say it is on the Net. The cheapest psychotherapist in town!
The recent event, that had people divided, angry and encouraged is the #TimesUp movement, and one person in particular – Harvey Weinstein.
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All human beings enjoy celebrations. Especially women.
Birthdays, anniversaries, graduations, baby showers.
Because of the gentle, yet strong nature of the female gender and the restrictions we have faced because God gave us a vagina, after many date alterations, in 1914, 8th of March was chosen to be the International Women’s Day.
In honor of these magical beings called women, here’s an alphabetic order of some women who changed and shaped the world of Fashion.
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One beautiful sunny day, the next biggest designer, Simon Porte Jacquemus, was enjoying the Moroccan air. All the colors, all the people, all the animals he saw there affected and inspired him that day. “That has to be my next collection”, he said. So that is how Jacquemus Fall Winter 2018 was born.
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New Year, new Fashion Week, new trends.
New York Fashion Week has begun, there’s no one better than Alexander Wang to introduce us what will be the next “It” thing on the market.
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The collection of all collections.
For Chanel’s Spring 2018 Haute Couture collection, Karl Lagerfeld presented us the history of the house of Chanel. He used silhouettes from previous seasons, upgraded them to be prettier than ever. Pretty was the theme. Parisienne chic was the mantra.
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There has always been a debate in the art world how closely linked together are fashion and art. In almost every painting from the beginning of art history depicting people, garments, clothes and accessories are shown. Fashion influences and imitates art and art influences and imitates fashion. These two social phenomenons along with architecture, literature and cinema, expresses their time, and show us what a human hand is capable of creating, at a specific point in time.
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Every human being has its own special curves and angles, proportions, and colors. We are so diferent, and in the same time so similar to each other. Human differences is somehow a taboo, because of the constant media pressure of looking a certain way. Society has made us so aware of other people’s filtered perfections that we often forget to look at our own magnificence and the strength and beauty that our bodies manifest.
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Combining past and present, work and pleasure, sexiness and comfort, Chanel presented its Métiers d’Art 2017/2018 collection in The Elbphilharmonie, a concert hall in the HafenCity quarter of Hamburg, Germany. This amazing piece of archtecture and Karl Lagerfeld’s hometown were the inspiration for this collection. The concert hall, formerly a warehouse is a symbol of how beautiful reinvention can be, which is what the House of Chanel under the creative wing of Kaiser Karl has been doing with such excellence all these years.
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On 26th of February in 1935 in Tunis, in a family of wheat farmers, a little boy with extraordinary talent was born. A boy who would change the world of fashion forever with his exquisite craft. That little boy grew up to be a man who danced on his own rhythm, saw no boundaries and knew that his art was valuable. That little boy grew up to be Azzedine Alaia.
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Life is all fun and games with Desigual!
The Barcelona-based, accessibly priced brand has named the gifted Jean-Paul Goude as their first artistic director. It’s an interesting collaboration, given the fact that Desigual mixes prints better than anyone else in the fashion game, and Mr. Goude’s professionalism and talent are outherwordly.
The show was not just about the clothes, it also depicted the way you can move in them. It was a performance. Desigual didn’t cast regular models, they had dancers presenting their clothes to the audience. And the choreography fit the garments magically.
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