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A little wander down the catwalk of time… (seem more on our Pinterest Board). Illustration from a 16th century manuscript detailing the phenomenon of Nuremberg’s Schembart Carnival, (literally “bearded-mask” carnival) – Source.
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Ms. Clifford, 21, a recent college graduate and an art photographer, recalled that as far back as high school she was keen to trade the wan aesthetic that defined her crowd for something with a bit more ... oomph. She found it one day while sifting through a trash container, where she unearthed a dog-eared 1950s Playboy. Inside were photographs of showing off the trademark cherry-tone lips and little-girl bangs that made her the most popular pinup of her day. “I know that back in the ’50s, her images were porno material, but they’re classy now,” Ms. A Sly Wink to Pinups of the Past
After yesterday's press preview of the Met Costume Institute's new exhibit, "Schiaparelli and Prada: Impossible Conversations," we got our own private tour with Andrew Bolton, who co-curated the show with Harold Koda. He wasn't coy about some of the exhibit's hairier aspects, admitting that "initially Miuccia was rather baffled by the pairing of Schiaparelli and herself." To write the scripts for the fictional "conversations" between the two designers, Bolton spent months combing through Schiaparelli's autobiography, interviewing Miuccia Prada in Milan, and sifting through both designers' archives. He told us all about the process of putting the show together and how it differs from last year's record-breaking McQueen exhibit; you can also see a video tour of the galleries. Video: Tour the ‘Schiaparelli and Prada’ Met Exhibit, Plus a Q&A With Curator Andrew Bolton -- The Cut
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Scenes of mall madness ’89 - Slideshows and Picture Stories Don't pretend you didn't spend every weekend at the mall in your younger years! After all, what's more of a hallmark of youth culture than shopping-center adventures?
The Best of NYFW Interpreted As Obscure Architecture With New York Fashion Week drawing to a close, we thought we’d hand out a few unofficial awards to recap the week of mayhem and highlight what stood out in and around the collections.
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Prior to World War II, American fashion didn’t get much — if any — time in the spotlight. Instead, the world looked to the chic city of Paris for sartorial inspiration. Fashion magazines like Vogue and Harper’s Bazaar filled their pages with the aspirational attire of the French, even if the styles weren’t readily available to the average American consumer. This all changed in 1943. New York Fashion Week 2012: A Brief History
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The 7 Most Baffling Things About Women's Clothes #3. There's No Such Thing as a "Regular" T-Shirt NFLShop.com Men like to use T-shirts as billboards to show everyone what their favorite band, or team, or joke is, and when they see a T-shirt with the perfect saying on it, they just need to pick a size and buy it. Women also like to make similar statements with T-shirts, but it's not that easy.
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Gareth Cattermole/Getty Images For an early outing after the death of Heath Ledger, Michelle Williams wore vintage Chanel. More Photos » Hollywood’s Power Stylists
Project Runway's tenth season starts this Thursday on Lifetime, and it's an All-Star lineup. But while the designers aren't new faces, the judges, host, and mentor all are — designers Georgina Chapman and Isaac Mizrahi, model Angela Lindvall, and Marie Claire editor Joanna Coles, respectively. And while Michael, Nina, and Heidi (along with her auf's) will be missed, it's arguably Tim Gunn who we'll all shed the most tears over. Which leaves Joanna Coles stepping into the toughest spot, taking on the role of the designers' mentor. Marie Claire’s Joanna Coles on Stepping Into Tim Gunn’s Project Runway Shoes and the Importance of Wearing Underwear -- The Cut
Elle Fanning's Fashion Timeline When Elle first hit the Hollywood scene as a child, she was mostly known as Dakota Fanning's lookalike little sister.
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Photo 1- The Top 10 Pre-Fall Collections Of 2012 There's a certain amount of jadedness that happens with Fashion Week veterans: When clothes start becoming just clothes instead of artwork; when runway shows become an obligation instead of a privilege; and, the chaos of the week starts to feel like a laundry list of events and chores instead of the most magical thing to ever happen to the fashion-obsessed. When that fatigue happens, it's important to try and shake things off. Consider this slideshow that "reset" button.
25 Most Controversial Trendsetters Viewing 1 of 26 If there's one thing everyone loves about fashion, it's a style scandal. No, we're not talking anything dirty -- we're talking debates in apparel (Is it a do or a don't?), questionable red carpet looks (Oh, no she didn't!) and of course, the shocking looks that make these trendsetters famous (Hello, Gaga.). Many style innovators made our jaws drop across the decades, but who's the most controversial trendsetter?
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