Introduction The evolution of the style of the Chanel women resides in the minimalist aspect, since its creator Mademoiselle Coco Chanel believed that the simplicity was elegance. In this work is it going to be analyzed the iconic fashion pieces of her brand development and how some of the iconic pieces were influenced by the world history and what is the changes nowadays over the styling; what was the inspiration and in what the designer was inspired when making the garments are a few of the things that will be exposed in this work. INDEX INTRODUCTION 1. HISTORY 2. ICONIC PIECES • THE LITTLE BLACK DRESS • TROUSERS FOR WOMEN • THE CHANEL SUIT • 2.55 HANDBAG 3.
She didn’t return to fashion until 1954 when she made a comeback with her signature Chanel Suit and her famous Chanel No. 5 perfume. Coco Chanel contribution to fashion in the 1920s and 1930s left a lasting mark “on the fashion world in the ways of fabric choice, liberation of movement in clothing for women, and designing completely out of the box” (Mason 50).The silhouette for women’s fashion shifted from the masculine outline to a more feminine look. “Rounded shoulders, long spreading skirts, V-necks, narrow waistline, flouncy hats, high heels and bright colors” became the major characteristics of women’s fashion until new designer, Christian Dior. Dior made skirt hemlines that “hung just below the calves” which was reminiscent of the war (Craig 14).
In April 2006, The first jewelry line of Bottega Veneta was launched through which the brand branched out into the realms of interiors and furniture design. In summer 2006, recognizing the importance of craftsmanship and the fragility of this traditional way of life, a training school was launched by Bottega Veneta for supporting the future generations of leather craftsmen. The label received the ultimate recognition from the Luxury Institute of New York who chose Bottega Veneta as the most prestigious design house for the richest women of the United States in 2006. In 2011, the Italian house launched its first fragrance simply named Bottega Veneta and chose the daughter of Inès de la Fressange, Nine d
It is the Chanel No. 5 perfume, it is so famous and popular even until know and many people still interested to this product. “Is the unseen, unforgettable, ultimate accessory of fashion, that heralds your arrival and prolongs you departure” (biography.com), said Coco Chanel after the launched of Chanel No. 5 perfume. This perfume leads the Chanel Company into the successful clothing company, Chanel distribute of selling Chanel No.
The word fashion design, the fabrication of fashionable clothes, originated from Paris, France. Paris was known to influence fashion and it also had names like fashion capital, fashion became more influential in the nineteenth century to the mid-twentieth century. Jen Viegas claims that individuals first wore clothing about 170,000 years ago after the “second-to-last ice age.” Scientific researchers performed on lice’s DNA because of the relation between clothes and lice. The first, fashion designed piece was a dress, History of Fashion states that the royal court was the original inspiration for the expansion of the dress, the royal court would often get their pieces made anonymously. Sue Taylor states that there are two types of classification
This gorgeous Hollywood actress’s wedding dress still has an iconic image and still it get admired by many of the world famous designers. This fairy princess dress was made of ivory silk and delicate lace adorned with thousands of pearls. Sarah Jessica Parker in the romantic comedy, Sex and the City Of course the film “sex and the city” brought out an elegant wedding dress fashion to the world by the extravagant wedding dress of Carrie Bradshaw. The dress was beyond the styles in the fashion world then. It was designed by Vivienne Westwood, who was an outstanding dress designer and this dress was perfectly suitable for the heroine character in the film.
She quickly gained a rising reputation for being on top of the world of fashion. Her initial success motivated her to open another boutique in Biarritz, which was a prosperous location for the wealthy during World War I. By 1919, with all the success Chanel was receiving she was able to open her dream shop in Paris on 31 Rue Cambon, which was the most fashionable part of Paris. During the post-war period, she felt the need to revolutionize women’s clothing and fashion. The 1920’s was a significant period of liberation for women.
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Post-war, however, Christian Dior became a famous couturier revived the eclipsing fashion industry. He developed the “New Look Revolution,” embracing feminine styles from the 1930s and incorporating a range of luxury accessories needed to look put-together. Unlike Coco Chanel’s designs, Dior’s dresses emphasized the hourglass figure in his iconic evening dresses. He used delicate materials such as tulle to revive the feminine look. Instead of practicality, Christian Dior accentuated the idea that fashion was art—many of his looks have been the star of