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Jul 26

Swan Lake

In 2001, Icelandic artist Björk wore what has now become one of the most infamous red carpet dresses. Designed by Macedonian Marjan Pejoski, the frock referred to as the “swan dress,” was meant to symbolize fertility, a notion further reinforced by Björk as she left a trail of eggs down the red carpet. While most ...

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Jul 24

Seeing Red

Vivacious fashion editor of Harper’s Bazaar, editor-in-chief of Vogue and Curator at the Costume Institute, Diana Vreeland is often referred to as the Empress of Fashion. Under the direction of Diana Vreeland at Vogue, German photographer Horst P. Horst began photographing high society within their living spaces ...

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Jul 23

Ladies’ Man

Richard Avedon was a man of many “firsts,” photographing Steve McQueen for the February cover of Harper’s Bazaar in 1965, a cover that would serve as the first instance in which a man was featured on the cover of a women’s fashion magazine, albeit, 60s model Jean Shrimpton does make a cameo with her ...

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Jul 19

Nailed It

A contemporary of Salvador Dalí and Jean Cocteau, Elsa Schiaparelli’s transgressive designs were often the result of a direct collaboration with the surrealists. Schiaparelli’s August 1936 collection, designed alongside  Salvador Dalí, featured suits with pockets that resembled miniature bureau drawers, paired ...

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Jul 18

Play With Fire

In 1952, Revlon introduced their striking Fire and Ice campaign photographed by Richard Avedon. Starring Dorian Leigh, the ad debuted the cosmetic brand’s latest pairings of matching “lips and tips” shades for those women “who love to flirt with fire…who dare to skate on ice.” Set against writer Kay Daly’s ...

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