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4 pillars of American Vogue - part 2

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25.08.2020

4 pillars of American Vogue (part 2)

Continuing to introduce the genius women of Vogue, in this article, we will talk about Grace Mirabella and Anna Wintour You can read the 1st part here Grace Mirabella: The one who multiplied Vogue’s revenue Grace Mirabella is one of the most pragmatic and business-minded editors of American Vogue magazine Grace was born in 1930, in New Jersey, in a family of Italian descent In 1950, Grace graduated from Skidmore College with a bachelor's degree in economics In 1974, Grace married the famous New York surgeon William Cahan From an early age, Grace worked as a saleswoman in a sports shop After graduating from college, she did some similar work in Macy's and Saks Fifth Avenue shopping...

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4 pillars of American Vogue

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16.08.2020

4 pillars of American Vogue (part 1)

Vogue magazine (“fashion” in French) has been published since 1982 and is the number one fashion magazine in the world It had a significant influence on the formation of fashion and its establishment But who are the people who created Vogue, who are those crazy women who devoted themselves to Vogue with all their hearts and made it what it is today Edna Woolman Chase: The first editor-in-chief of Vogue magazine This exceptional woman has worked for Vogue since 1895 and held the position of editor-in-chief from 1914 to 1951 She was the one who managed to turn Vogue to an international and famous glamour magazine Edna was born in New Jersey, 1877, in a simple rural family Many...

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Embroidery: Delicate and Fashionable

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25.06.2020

Embroidery: delicate and always fashionable

The clothes, underwear, and accessories decorated with elegant lace and embroidery have been fashionable since ancient times and are still fashionable today Embroidered items had a mundane and spiritual meaning In addition to clothes, this decorative-applied art decorated interior was a part of everyday life, pointed out the social position of the family, and emphasized the grace of the housewife and daughters Every woman’s reputation was for having beautiful handwork, so in many cases, the most noticeable embroidered items were kept sacred and passed down from generation to generation To create a pattern for embroidery, you need a needle, and in the modern world, an embroidery machine,...

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08.05.2020

Met Gala: A fashion show, fundraising, or parade of absurd clothes?

Met Gala annual show is the most spectacular Hollywood event, where fashion plays a huge role Moreover, fashion does not pursue profit; its’ goal is to create art Met Gala gives a chance to its fans to witness a dazzling event by bringing up a new theme each year The first Met Gala was held in 1948, but its contemporary history began in 1974 At that time, it turned from the gathering of homemakers into a luxurious celebration and the most anticipated fashion event, which is capable of holding a distribution at New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art Met Gala’s three pillars At first sight, Met Gala is a regular American show; however, in fact, it is an event with a history of years...

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26.04.2020

10 world-famous fashion museums

Have you ever wondered where you can get acquainted with fashion history like it is done with art How is fashion history archived and recorded Where are those hats that made Coco Chanel famous in the 1910s Where are Yves San Laurent’s first implementations of sketches, which helped him to win youth competition Or who rescued Christian Dior’s sketches, which he sold by only 10 cents when he was young On the other hand, fashion history starts much earlier when the human started to cover his body So, where you can see from ancient to national costumes, from luxurious 17th-century European clothing and worn metamorphoses to nowadays’ clothing The answers to these questions can be found...

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07.04.2020

Yayoi Kusama and Louis Vuitton

Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama was born in 1929 in Matsumoto, Japan Kusama is one of the most famous contemporary artists She is called “the queen of dots” From childhood, sticky thoughts that did not give Kusama a rest have found expression in her work Her “authorial” dots create a chaotic mood, and they make the viewer appear in a completely different reality Kusama likes to guide the viewer to her psychedelic imagery as if they are from another planet Besides the dots, Kusama is also famous for her “Infinity mirrored room” installation This installation gives the feeling of the infinity of the universe The 90-year-old artist lives and creates in a psychiatric hospital in Tokyo...

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19.03.2020

5 most famous movie characters with scarves

The scarf is not only an accessory As in life, in movies also, the scarf gives the character charisma and attractiveness It makes the character bright and impressive Such attributes are often used to highlight the character’s personality Sometimes they create a logical line in the plot of the movie They are often marked with creating mysterious, stylish, colorful solutions So, we separated five famous films, where the main characters are wearing a scarf Funny Face, 1957 Director Stanley Donen Audrey Hepburn, a prominent musical comedy actress, amazes with her red Givenchy dress and with red silk headscarf while goes down the Louvre’s stairs This is one of the brightest scenes of...

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01.08.2019

The art of selling: the history of creating display windows

Three centuries ago, shopkeepers began paying more attention to the proper presentation and representation of products Over time, this became one of the guarantees of quality service, and the design of shop windows became a whole art Today, the colors, layout, accessories, and exterior lighting of the shop window are essential Its role goes beyond the borders of the demonstration It converts to art, which persuades people to buy World-known shops collaborate with designers and painters to make their shop windows more attractive In the 1840s, new technology for the production of giant glass was introduced This event was the turning point in the history of shop windows This meant that the...

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4 pillars of American Vogue - part 2
25.08.2020 4 pillars of American Vogue (part 2)

Continuing to introduce the genius women of Vogue, in this article, we will talk about Grace...

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4 pillars of American Vogue
16.08.2020 4 pillars of American Vogue (part 1)

Vogue magazine (“fashion” in French) has been published since 1982 and is the number one...

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Embroidery: Delicate and Fashionable
25.06.2020 Embroidery: delicate and always fashionable

The clothes, underwear, and accessories decorated with elegant lace and embroidery have been...

read more
08.05.2020 Met Gala: A fashion show, fundraising, or parade of ...

Met Gala annual show is the most spectacular Hollywood event, where fashion plays a huge role...

read more
26.04.2020 10 world-famous fashion museums

Have you ever wondered where you can get acquainted with fashion history like it is done with art...

read more
07.04.2020 Yayoi Kusama and Louis Vuitton

Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama was born in 1929 in Matsumoto, Japan Kusama is one of the most famous...

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19.03.2020 5 most famous movie characters with scarves

The scarf is not only an accessory As in life, in movies also, the scarf gives the character...

read more
01.08.2019 The art of selling: the history of creating display windows

Three centuries ago, shopkeepers began paying more attention to the proper presentation and...

read more