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At Decades, Vintage Fashion Is All about Individuality and Sustainability
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Rihanna making THE entrance wearing Guo Pei at the 2015 Gala. The First Monday in May has always held a special place on the New York social calendar but it especially holds cache for the fashion crowd. This Monday would be a continuation of the Gala that dates back to its inception in 1948 to benefit the newly founded Costume Institute at The Metropolitan Museum of Art. With the induction of former Vogue Editor-in-Chief Diana Vreeland in 1973 as a consultant, the Gala began to take a new shape molded through her extraordinary, vivid imagination and took advantage of her celebrity...
Haute Bijou: When Fantasy Trumps Fine
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Christian Dior fitting the final touch of jewelry to his “Zaire” evening gown on house model “Victoire” from his Autumn/Winter 1954 “H-Line” Collection. Photographed by Mark Shaw Amidst these uncertain times, it is completely understandable to find a glamorously cathartic method as an escape from ones reality to the endless realm of the imagination; a “fantasy” as one should call it. Delving into the topic of costume jewelry, it should be perhaps be known that in some romantic languages, French in particular, the term for costume jewelry translates into English as: “Fantasy Jewelry”. Now, why fantasy do you ask? Well,...
Jackets Saint Laurent Tom Ford Yves Saint Laurent
It's hard not to gush over these three jackets by Tom Ford for Yves Saint Laurent Rive Gauche. Despite all the buzz around him leaving the brand, his designs have lived on way beyond the drama. Classic Tom Ford-infused YSL, these neo-vintage (designer fashion from within the last 15 years that has become rare and collectible) pieces are lavish and sleek. The emerald satin paneled jacket with pagoda shoulders is from Fall 2004 Ready-to-Wear, his last collection there, which Sarah Mower called "polished, mature, and perfectly pitched." Known for incorporating designs from the famous Chinese-inspired 1977 Rive Gauche Fall/Winter “Opium” collection, you can...