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Instagram Scandal – A Threat to the Heterogeneity

Instagram is the second reality of the fashion world today. It is also a strong marketing tool, where everything might start and also fall. The most vulnerable part of it is the consumer who gets directly affected by any changes. The morning scandal around Miroslava Duma’s post with a personal message from her friend has…

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Swedish Fashion – Pragmatism, Newness and Nostalgia

“Be yourself. The world worships the original.” -Ingrid Bergman At the turn of the century Swedish fashion started writing a new history radiant with such names as Acne Studios, Ann-Sofie Back, Lovisa Burfitt, Rodebjer, Whyred, Carin Wester, Sandra Backlund, Helena Hörstedt, Patrik Söderstam, Martin Bergström, Bea Szenfeld, Ida Sjöstedt, Tiger of Sweden, Nakkna, House of…

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“Surprise”-Effect of A Fashion Collaboration

Today a lot of brands are a subject for different types of collaborations such as Louis Vuitton & Supreme, Vetements & Canada Goose. Nevertheless, some things can be learned from the retail experience of the former Parisian store “Colette”. A retail store had a goal to bring together products they liked and couldn’t find in…

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The Little Black Dress – “Bauhaus” of Fashion

“Scheherezade is easy; a little black dress is difficult.” – Gabrielle “Coco” Chanel Almost every female and sometimes even male wardrobe accommodates at least one LBD (little black dress). The idea of the LBD is often ascribed to Gabrielle ”Coco” Chanel, who might have renegotiated the concept of dress by putting it into the contemporary…

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The “Monarch” of the Fashion System

For many people today the word fashion would immediately be associated with a name of fashion designer. Vetements and Balenciaga are today strongly associated with a Georgian young man wearing a baseball cap and having a name Demna Gvasalia. The fashion house of Dior would even today, after more than fifty years since the death…

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Haute Couture – In Retrospect

“Haute Couture should be fun, foolish and almost unwearable.” Christian Lacroix Nowadays custom-fitted clothing of couture status produces not only in Paris but also in other fashion capitals such as New York, London, and Milan. Nevertheless, the phenomenon of haute couture, once started in Paris, still stays there with its colourful and vivacious history. Let’s…

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The Orchestra of Haute Couture

“The aim of art is to represent not the outward appearance of things, but their inward significance.” – Aristotle The Fashion Syndicate As officially recognized father of haute couture, Charles Frederick Worth was not only concerned about haute couture clothing but also about all the practical details and legal status of the hand-made craftsmanship. As…

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Haute Couture – The “Pouf” of French Gross National Product

“If you want to establish an international presence you can’t do so from New York. You need the consecration of Paris.” Oscar De La Renta When hearing the expression “Haute Couture” (pronounced OTE koo-TUR), you immediately think of France, and Paris in particular. There is no coincidence in that association, since the home country of…

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Unfinished Portrait by Pablo Picasso

Pablo Picasso was one of the pioneers in the modernist revolution of portraiture, which is called “portrait situation”, engaging the psychological interest of the artist for the subject (the model). Pablo Picasso’s approach to portraiture is similar to an analysis where the psychological dynamics, translating the artist’s feelings and experience, is the key. Picasso phrased…

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Futuristic Odyssey of Smart Fashion

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Who of us today remember the new futuristic story “Things to Come” (1936) directed by William Cameron Menzies, displaying “social and political forces and possibilities”? Well, we can at least recall “A Space Odyssey”, which is an epic science-fiction story first told in 1968 and in 2001 produced and directed by Stanley Kubrick . In…

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