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    Coco Chanel's Motivation

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    In 1939, Coco Chanel would suddenly decide to fire all 2,500 of her employees and closed up her businesses entirely. A clear explanation was never provided, but it could be a reaction to the start of the war or it could have been revenge for the strike that occurred three years prior. Either way, Chanel chose to hide away from the fashion world with only money coming through a percentage of perfume sales that she owned. During this time, there is a lot of speculation about what kind of role Chanel played during WWI and whether or not she was actually an agent for the Nazis. For the next fourteen years, Chanel did not create, design, or release any new clothes. Late into the war, Chanel slowly came back into the business, initially to fight…

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    I. Introduction: "Fashion is not something that exists in dresses only. Fashion is in the sky, in the street, fashion has to do with ideas, the way we live, what is happing" (Coco Chanel). When I think who is a magnificent creator in the world. I think of someone who stands up for what his or her believing it. Someone who reflects her or his dream to her or his society. Someone who has a unique echo until today. Someone who has significant changing in the world. Someone likes Coco Chanel. Coco…

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    “Simplicity is the keynote of all true elegance” , a powerful quote by the most powerful women in twenties centuries fashion industry, a fashion designer and founder of puissant french couture brand “CHANEL”. What Coco Chanel did was not just created a classical luxury brand but changed definition and image of women’s fashion forever. Gabrielle Bonheur Chanel was born in August 19, 1883 in Saumur, France .Unfortunately, she was sent to orphanage after her mother died. Gabrielle got…

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    Coco Chanel Fashion

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    Introduction “A girl should be two things: classy and fabulous.” Iconic fashion designer Coco Chanel once said. Chanel, one of the most influential designers in the world, redefined what it meant to be a woman. Women’s fashion before the 1900’s was all corsets and bustles and almost no freedom to move. Then Coco Chanel changed that. She designed new fashions that defied the social norm and gave women in Europe and America more freedoms. But with her new idea came conflicts. Young girls were…

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    Coco Chanel's Fashion

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    Coco Chanel was a significant French fashion designer who established the form mark 'Chanel'. She was the main individual to consider style to be both, classic and casual. Chanel made remarkable masterpieces and set a high standard for the upcoming fashion designers. She was persisted in breaking the out of the mainstream and freeing ladies from the restricting ' corseted silhouette ' and making the casual easygoing chic look worthy as well trendy. Her outstanding fashion sense was not only…

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    Successful individual One of the most widely known Female Fashion designers is Gabrielle “Coco” Chanel. Gabrielle’s mother passed away at age of thirty one. Her Father could no longer take care of Gabrielle, he handed her to the nuns who ran an orphanage. She stayed at that orphanage until she turned 18 years old. From then on she went and took up work from a local tailor. She laid a lot about her early years. She lied about her mother’s death and lied about her father sailed…

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    Coco Chanel’s Impact Coco Chanel impacted nineteenth century women by causing changes in women’s beauty standards, the way women are perceived, and gender norms in clothing. Gender norms in clothing The clothes made for women at that time weren’t functional whatsoever A lot of people were inspired by Dior’s designs at the time, which included small waist dresses, and copious layers of fabric. (C2) The designs that Dior made were very popular at the time. His designs included the fashion that…

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    Coco Chanel made a bold and lasting impression on womens clothing in the twentieth century. She and many others lead the way for a new generation of women in society. Coco Chanel was born on August 19th, 1883 as Gabrielle Bonheur Chanel in a small town named Saumur, France. She was born to Jeanne Devolle , and Albert Chanel. Coco’s mother worked in a poorhouse also where Coco was born. Coco’s mother died at the age of 33, Coco that her mother died of tuberculosis but she really died of…

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    Colbie Caillat Essay

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    Colbie Caillat is a pop artist who loves to love love, and she’s not afraid of letting the whole world know all about it repeatedly in her 2007 hit album, Coco. My job is to allow you to learn from my mistakes: NEVER listen to ANY of her music… EVER! It’s a down-right shock that she became a part of the music world in the first place, considering her lack of talent. She did, however, and it’s significant to understand her life behind the music, and how she even received the time of day to make…

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    A lot of people think just because you’re an identical twin, that you must be the same in every aspect of your life as the other person. In my case, and in others, being an identical twin doesn’t prove that we are the same in all areas of life. I have an identical twin sister, named Emily. Emily is pessimistic, high maintenance and very well organized. I, on the other hand, am more optimistic, open-minded and easygoing. We have the basic similarity of our physical aspect because we are…

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