Fashion & Marketing

Dare to wear a hat!

Do not know what to wear? Wear a hat!? You have nothing to lose but your head?? There is a hat to suit every head.? Just make sure your hat fits as a hat should be comfortable. Did you know that Princess Grace’s choice of hats often made headlines? However, some palace insiders thought that…

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“1002d Night” by Paul Poiret

Without doubt, Paul Poiret (1879-1944) with his modernity which left a great impact on the epoch of modernism, more than deserves to bear the title “The King of Fashion”. His innovations would create a long list of thrilling transformations starting with the controversial komono with uncorseted design and rounding up by the “Salon d’Antin”. However,…

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Puzzling together an outfit

Putting together an outfit is like making a puzzle, where all the pieces should end up in the right place in order to create the perfect combination. However, while you making a puzzle you already know what details you are looking for as the result is usually illustrated on the box. While you combining an outfit, you have the “gut”-feeling to rely on…

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A Story of Pajamas – From Russia to Palazzo Pitti

Wearing pajamas suit in public is not any recent fashion innovation but a certain classic style that always stays chic in a right place at a right time.   In January 1960, during one of the fashion shows presented for the eyes of great society at the Palazzo Pitti in Florence, the “palazzo pajamas” saw…

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Fashion & Neomania

Since the mere beginning in XIVth century the social phenomenon called FASHION has never stopped fascinating us with its ephemerity. The more we learn about history of fashion, the more unconventional, changeable and inconstant we desire to become in fashion. Is that constant search and desire for something new, eccentric, fascinating and inspiring – NEOMANIA…

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Spring, Monday & down coat

  Monday… a new day of a new week. Spring is here but it is still cold in the morning. Long slender down coat is all I need to feel good while walking towards new challengers at work? What outerwear do you prefer in such a weather transitional period?

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Was Oscar right?

‘Fashion is a form of ugliness so intolerable that we have to alter it every six months.’ – Oscar Wilde (1854-1900), Irish wit, poet, and dramatist

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