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Oscar de la Renta A Fashion Designer You Should Know

“He was the first American designer to create haute couture for a Paris fashion house.  For decades his glamorous dresses have embodied Upper East Side chic, the style of New York’s high society.” “Since 1965 Oscar de la Renta has … Continue reading

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Paul Poiret’s Influence on Diana Vreeland and 20th Century Vogue

“Poiret’s most daring designs included pants for women, which till then were only considered acceptable, if at all, for bicycling.  His culotte skirts and harem pantaloons led to riots in the streets, sometimes even resulting in the arrest of their … Continue reading

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In Vogue: The Editor’s Eye – 2012 HBO Documentary

This HBO Documentary discusses the work of Vogue’s Editors from 1945 – 2012 Grace Coddington, whose work has a romantic edginess, is celebrated as Vogue’s creative genius. Her work is described as having something magical about it.  A Shot of … Continue reading

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