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Azzedine Alaia and Peter Lindbergh Exhibition in Paris

28 June

Azzedine Alaia and Peter Lindbergh Exhibition in Paris For the love of culture of sublime lines, the encounter of two creative minds gave birth to a new exhibition to ally fashion and photography. The works of Azzedine Alaia and Peter Lindbergh have been brought together at the Foundation Azzedine Alaia, in Le Marais, Paris. For the first time, the Foundation showcases a photographic content. This time, a silent dialogue between two worlds that redefine image. Azzedine Alaia and Peter Lindbergh Exhibition: The passion for black! Both artists were designers: Azzedine Alaia shaped the body through his textiles while Peter Lindbergh beautified the imperfection of the faces with the light of his camera. With one common love: the passion for black! The authenticity of traits The woman is in the center of their works with a subtle focus on lines and shapes, on gazes and stillness in movement. For Alaia, his works must act as a pedestal for the movement of the eyes and smiles while for Lindbergh, the traits must be filled with authenticity. The power of contrasts and the management of lines can define the craftsmanship and the symbiosis of the visions can be reflected in this exhibition, also enriched by a book printed by Taschen. The cultural thirst can be quenched by this exhibition directed by the photographer's son, Benjamin Lindbergh and

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The Mirage of Becoming a Fashion Designer

The Mirage of Becoming a Fashion Designer

30 March

We all have dreams! And from this point on, we all have roads we need to take in order to fulfill these dreams. The story of Doina Pirau is one of love and passion for fashion and her life trajectory proves ...

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Old Hollywood Fashion for Jeremy Scott

Old Hollywood Fashion for Jeremy Scott

2 March

Nothing can beat Old Hollywood style! Not to mention that from the classical movie "The Woman" back in 1939 where George Cukor put women on a pedestal. With an all-female cast, stars like Norma Shearer and Joan Crawford are the main ...

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Why The Bottega Veneta Instagram Account Was Deleted

Why The Bottega Veneta Instagram Account Was Deleted

18 February

The Bottega Veneta Instagram account has been deleted for more than a month now. No warning, no pre buzz! 2.5 million followers were left aside ...or not?  How come a brand like Bottega Veneta disappears from the social landscape, all of a ...

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Paris Fashion Week 2021, remote version

Paris Fashion Week 2021, remote version

25 January

Paris Fashion Week 2021 seems to be more and more on the remote version, with last-minute changes, due to the actual scenario. Fashion houses that were prepared to stage their collections, were forced to obey the new restrictions and turn their ...

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The Online Shop For Pretty Things, Oh La Chic, Is Launched

The Online Shop For Pretty Things, Oh La Chic, Is Launched

12 January

The e-commerce site, Oh La Chic, launches its online shop with the intention to bring in one place the prettiest and cutest products for women, kids, sports and home. It is the idea of a lifestyle online shop where people can find, at the ...

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The History of the Feminine Lingerie

The History of the Feminine Lingerie

4 November 2020

The Lingerie is a piece of style you put to yourself! It is more than a clothing piece but a symbol of femininity. First steps in lingerie Its first use was utilitarian, during ancient Greece where women wore linen tunics to cover their ...

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SS 2021 Maison Celestino Fashion Collection

SS 2021 Maison Celestino Fashion Collection

1 October 2020

The setting for the fashion presentation of Maison Celestino was playing with the sun and the wind between the olive trees along with the intense green of mother nature. All this evokes the exciting review of the evening and cocktail gowns proposed by ...

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Fall Couture Doll Sized Collection by Who?

Fall Couture Doll Sized Collection by Who?

10 July 2020

These are creative times and reconsideration is part of the job! Look at Dior! The designer, Maria Grazia Chiuri, created Surrealism miniature versions for the fall collection. Female Surrealist figures such as Lee Miller, Dora Maar or Leonira Carrington were the ...

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