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Jun 17

Raise The Bar

In the spring of 1947, Christian Dior presented his debut collection, unknowing of the impact he would make on the history of fashion. Although this look was not exclusive to Dior’s collections, (Cristobal Balenciaga and Lucien Lelong had featured similar silhouettes in their collections) and versions of the new ...

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Jun 14

Flower Girls

In 1955, English photographer Norman Parkinson, who documented the glamorous Golden Age of Couture in his postwar images, photographed Audrey Hepburn in a light pink day dress, positioned in front of a background of fuchsia-colored flowers. Perhaps referencing the Parkinson image, with or without the intent of ...

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Jun 13

The Former and The Ladder

Perhaps making a nod to Harper’s Bazaar’s insertion of the letter “A” into the magazine’s name, (Harper’s Bazaar was formerly known as Harper’s Bazar from 1867-1930), Richard Avedon photographed model Dovima, ascending a ladder carrying the letter A for the magazine’s December 1959 issue. Paying homage to ...

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Jun 11

2x2x2

Swedish-born photographer and author Eric Boman is most known for his books on Manolo Blahnik and Iris Apfel, however, before Boman became a published author, his editorials filled the pages of international editions of Vogue throughout the 70s, 80s and 90s. Today, Boman continues to photograph for Vogue, focusing on ...

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Jun 10

Worth While

The House of Worth is considered the most influential and widely-recognized house of the nineteenth century.  Founded in 1858 by English designer Charles Frederic Worth, it is often suggested that the couture house produced its best work under the helm of Gaston-Lucien and Jean-Philippe, Worth’s sons. An exquisite ...

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