Why Is Coco Important

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Innovators Research Paper/Rough draft: By Erin Shows Coco Chanel Innovators are very important in our society. Without them we would not have very many things like cars, light bulbs, and even clothing to express ourselves with. Have you ever wondered who created the idea of women wearing pants? You remember when all the women wore were those impractical dresses and skirts? Who so you think started the trend of comfortable and practical clothing for women? Coco was so influential in her fashion and ideas. Her ideas led women to wear comfy clothing while also looking high dollar. She inspired so many women and became very famous. Even though Coco had a rough and poor childhood it helped shape her career and future. Coco had a lot of success, practical ideas,and a few failed relationships. Coco have a rough childhood. After her mother died at age twelve, her dad abandoned Coco and her sisters too an orphanage. They were raised by strict nuns. Even though she had a very poor childhood, it led Coco to be very strong and confident in her fashion. Coco was associated with a group of wealthy men at about age eighteen. These men sponsored Coco. Within five years her original use of jersey fabric to create a “poor girl” look had attracted the attention of influential wealthy women…show more content…
After her mother died at age twelve, her dad abandoned Coco and her sisters too an orphanage. They were raised by strict nuns. Even though she had a very poor childhood, it led Coco to be very strong and confident in her fashion. Coco was associated with a group of wealthy men at about age eighteen. These men sponsored Coco. Within five years her original use of jersey fabric to create a “poor girl” look had attracted the attention of influential wealthy women seeking relief from the constricted style. They wanted too still look fashionable but also be very comfortable in doing everyday things. Coco made this possible to all women wanting to achieve this

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