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For: Gemma Piñana
She was an innovator both in the field of the high fashion and in the social one. It liberated the body of the woman with a clothing that was leaving at sight the natural forms of his silhouettes, with a supreme refinement. Madeleine Vionnet (1876 - 1975) is a paradigm of the history of the fashion of the XXth century, a designer who could see the importance of the creativity in the art of dressing and who donated to the Parisian Museum of Decorative Arts of Paris the majority of his patrimony, conscious of that must be preserved, that's why the institution offers him now a homage with the same pieces that it donated.
Vionnet was making to parade to his manikins without corset and with the naked feet so that they were showing the gracilidad of the feminine figure and to recover his natural forms. In this sense it was revolutionary, as well as in the attention to his employees of workshops in twenty workshops which he had, since it offered them the dentist's service and of gine
July, 2009
“Coconut, from the rebelliousness to the Chanel legend” it is the storied title for the biography on the young years of the brilliant French seamstress, Gabrielle Chanel, from his years of orphan-asylum in Aubazine until it begins to triumph in Paris. The director of the movie, Anne Fontaine, said that it was trying “to discover the interior Coconut life when it was young, poor, without education, but already with a slightly common impressive personality in a woman of his epoch“.
June, 2009
At the end of April, the Walk of Grace of Barcelona turned into the shop window of the proposals of ten finalists to the Button of Oro-Fashion Award of Handle. His designs were exhibited on foot of street, fusing with the pother of the city, to put the binomial fashion - creation within reach of all. A few days later, the Hangar of Handle, the creative center that the Catalan mark has to the outskirts of the Barcelona, dressed itself of gala to receive the delivery of II golden Button.
May, 2009
Eighteen parades, between which they were representing creations of top designers of the Spanish fashion, have led the first edition of “Cibeles Madrid Fiancées” celebrated during the 23rd and 24th of April. The fashion has showed us what it reserves for the fiancées in an immediate future. Designs of romantic air, silks, brocades, organzas, silver adornments and crystal, frills, bonds and a wink to decades previous to the purest style vintage. The traditional pure white color coexists with the broken target, the crude oil and subtle tones of the beige and of the gray.
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