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"The garment is the biggest modification of the social man and it weighs on all his existence", said Charles Darwin. With this affirmation it begins the exhibition "The cos of the vestit", the body of the garment, which can turns from December in Palau Reial of Pedralbes of Barcelona. A trip to the evolution of the garment, from the Renaissance to the current epoch, which is a reflex of the society of the moment and, therefore, a tool that helps to understand why they were dressing or we dress of a way or other.
The sample, which consists of 134 pieces, starts with the unbearable corsets of the XVIth and XVIIth century, those that there showed the princess Éboli or the queen Elisabeth de Inglaterra, who were molding the silhouette with a very limited torso, high breast and pronounced waist, which was contrasting with the big largeness of the skirt. Rigidity that recovers, in certain mo
December, 2008
The assembly room of the Museum of the Suit was to overflow at ten o'clock in the morning of October 22, 2008. There began the inaugural conference of I International Congress of Fashion CIM 2008. Everybody wanted to hear the famous French sociologist, author of "The empire of the ephemeral thing". Gilles Lipovetsky, creator of the concept of "was hypermodern", it came, spoke and convinced.
November, 2008
Of “impressive“ they can be qualified these three-22nd, October 23 and 24 - in the Museum of the Suit of Madrid. Several emblematic streets for his commerce dedicated to the fashion were adorned, from the days before to the Congress, by canopies and banderoles of CIM. I International Congress of Fashion (CIM), which there organized the Association Fashion, University and Company (AMUE) in collaboration with the Top Center of Design of Fashion of the Polytechnical University of Madrid (CSDMM), has been the whole success. CIM has fulfilled his target to be a “space of innovation and culture”, as it was expressing his motto, a forum of communication and debate on the Fashion and his implications in the social, economic ambience and mediático.
October, 2008
Francisca Blázquez is an artist to interdiscipline, although essentially painter, authoress of the theory of the Dimensionalismo that applies to any plastic discipline. It started with the jewelry shop inside a natural experimentation process, since from the beginnings it has realized esculto-painting, sculpture and sculptural facilities, some of them of 800 square meters of extension, For her, "to create in jewelry shop is to return to the space and to the volume, working with noble materials or not, inside a contemporary exposition".
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