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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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    3 Colors to Wear This Spring

    Last September’s catwalks were brightly colored – from earthy tones to neons. Which is more than amazing! Diversity is definitely needed so that we can all find something for ourselves and adapt it to our own style. Here is why I have chosen exactly these shades that the designers have demonstrated. One of them you undoubtedly possess already. The other ones, however, might be a new cup of tea for you. But why not try them this spring? Which is the case with Jacquemus – a sheer orange dress over a white suit! Major styling game! Pierpaolo Piccioli, however, is so good at the „go big or go home“ game.…

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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…