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    The Trench Coat – Then and Now

    The trench coat was originally developed as a sporting coat for the upper crust. During the First World War, the British War Office accepted the recognizable design by Thomas Burberry to become part of the soldiers’ uniform. Other brands, such as Aquascutum, also have a long-time history in producing trench coats. What Makes It So Recognizable? The classic version of this piece is double-breasted in a khaki color. It’s made from weatherproof gabardine with epaulets, a storm flap on one shoulder and storm pockets. When Did the Trench Become Popular? Soldiers couldn’t stop wearing it even after the war because of its practicality. Although there isn’t anything quite feminine about its…

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    What Happens to Chanel After Karl?

    Exactly a year ago we lost Kaiser Karl. His death marked the end of an era and the beginning of a new one… Karl managed to sell dreams to people His enormous talent didn’t consist of coming up with new silhouettes or defining trends. His fashion shows were global fashion events, which materialized dreams and sold them to customers. The majority felt connected to it all and often bounded itself by buying more affordable products (such as fragrances and cosmetics). This strategy made Karl, as well as Chanel, unapproachable. Today these exact dreams and concepts still sell lipsticks, but customers’ approach and attitude towards the brand have altered. They expect to…

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    VOGUE: 6 Top Covers from the Fashion Bible

    As a big fan (even a collector) of Vogue magazine, I have always found it interesting how such a thing is created. Most of you have probably watched “The Devil Wears Prada”. Well, this is the movie that motivated me years ago to start my career as a fashion journalist. It turned out that creating a magazine is a form of art. Here is why: The new editor-in-chief of the British Vogue creates such great covers that I keep asking myself if he’s going to replace Anna Wintour one day… Edward Eninnful is the 11th top editor of Vogue in the magazine’s 102 years history. However, he is the first man to run…

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    Karl Lagerfeld – the Legend, which the World was Lucky Enough to Witness

    Nineteenth of February 2019 – the day when the world learned about Karl Lagerfeld’s death. The 85-year-old designer is famous for being fashion’s multitasker, the king of fashion and Kaiser Karl (a friendly nickname given by Vivienne Westwood). Well-known for his white ponytail, his dark sunglasses, leather fingerless gloves, and his controversial opinions. Karl has an impressive capability to notice the newest trends and has a never-ending desire to keep on creating. Every year he made 8 collections for Chanel, he worked on pret-a-porter collections for Fendi, as well as working on 3 different lines for his own brand (Karl Lagerfeld). Fanny Moisant, who is one of the creators of…

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    Clare Waight Keller – the designer who kept the biggest fashion secret of 2018

    May 19th 2018. A historical date for Clare Waight Keller’s career when it was finally revealed that she is the designer of Meghan Markle’s wedding dress. Everyone was not only impressed by the classic and modern elegance of the dressed, but also by the fact that the new creative director of Givenchy had kept the secret until the day of the wedding. She herself did all the fittings with the Duchess of Sussex. The dress took hundreds of hours to make. No one else in the Givenchy atelier, however, knew the identity of the bride. In 2017 Clare became creative director of the French fashion house, which was first opened in…

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    Paul Poiret

    Welcome to the newest series on my blog: The Fashion Stories! Here I’m going to provide you with interesting and broader information about various designers, styles, subcultures, style icons, etc. My goal is to broaden your fashion knowledge. I’m starting with a not so well-known designer for some of you, but trust me – he is a legend! Paul Poiret is one of the first known people who create clothes, because until the 1900s names of authors of fashion aren’t so widely spread. Poiret made drastic but still important changes in women’s wardrobe thanks to which he becomes famous. Initially Poiret works for different designers as an assistant but eventually…