50 shades of Pierpaolo Piccoli.
Valentino Garavani, an Italian with passion for fashion, founded the fashion house “Valentino” in Rome in 1960. It rose to fame in 1962 in Florance, Italy’s capital of Fashion.
Mr. Garavani decided to retire and on 4th October 2007 he held his last collection in Paris. He appointed Maria Garzia Chiuri and Pierpaolo Piccoli as creative directors.
Today, 56 years after the foundation of the Maison, Maria Chiuri left her place at Valentino and took the job as creative director of Dior.
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If you need a lesson in layering, go to Peter Dundas, and he will teach you.
The Norwegian-born designer ever since he was appointed as creative director at Roberto Cavalli in March 2015, he presents us outstanding collections.
Continuing the legacy of the great Roberto himself, for his Spring Summer 2017 collection, Peter defined what is Haute Boheme. His army of bohemian goddesses wearing skinny scarves and long dresses graced the runway and the boys brought us back in the ’70, where it was all about wide-leg jeans and colorful, printed, sheer shirts.
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“There are 360 degrees, so why stick to one?” – Zaha Hadid
If you live in this century, have Internet access and are just a bit interested about architecture, you must have heard about the great futuristic architect Zaha Hadid.
Dame Zaha Mohammad Hadid was born 31 October 1950. She is the first woman to be awarded with highly prestigious architecture awards, the Pritzker Architecture Prize, Design Museum Design of the Year Award and from 2015 is a proud owner of RIBA Gold Medal. She has designed lots of buildings around the world, and is famous for her neofuturistic style. On the day of her death, I’m here to honor her life and her contribute to fashion.
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