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    Woman Needs A Little Black Dress In Her Wardrobe You may have heard the offhand comment that everyone needs an LBD in the wardrobe. Yes, it is true, the little black dress is a versatile item of clothing that can be worn for just about any occasion. What better way to dress yourself up than by slipping on your favourite, sleek dress. Better yet, it doesn’t need to be a formal affair for you to run the lint roller over it in preparation for its next wear. You can wear your little black dress to work or save it for a special occasion. One of the greatest things about little black dresses is that they never go out of style. They are an enduring item on the fashion front and come in such a wide array of styles and cuts…

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    Chanel The Chanel Suit

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    the colors of black and white. Religious garments and ceremonial objects inspire her…

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    Coco Chanel's Fashion

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    What's in there that you’d never discard in a million years? Odds are somewhat a little black dress. The little dark dress (otherwise known as LBD) might be a basic piece of any lady's closet now, however it surely hasn't generally been that way. Coco Chanel created the little black dress in 1926. A simple, short black dress that is comfortable and stylish at the same time. Before the 1920’s, black was entirely held for times of grieving. But Chanel made it a basic color in every women’s…

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    1920s Fashion

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    their hair became known as the flappers. Many designers became known, and are still being used up to this day, for instance, Coco Chanel. During this time, it was an era of freedom for women: they gained their right to vote, be an active role in sports, social life, and work places. Women's fashion and opportunities in the world developed through getting more rights and more opportunities. The 1920s was an unpredictable era of freedom for women. Women’s change in the 1920s was extraordinary;…

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    Coco Chanel Fashion

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    One of Chanel’s newest styles, the Flapper Dress, (or more commonly known as the “Garconne Look” in Europe) was one of the most popular dress from about 1910-1930. ("Chanel- Style"). Chanel “Garconne Look” used many aspects of male fashion as inspiration, including short hair, corsetless-blouses, and shorter skirts and sometimes pants. Women in Europe and especially in America fell in love with this new style, and younger women reacted in a way their parents never expected. ("Women in the…

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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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    There are two aspects affected of her style that are impoverished childhood and rigorous convent education (Krick, Jessa. 2004). She started in 1913 selling hats and restricted of garments or clothes. Then she began a new line of style, she was designed for menswear. Most of menswear design inspired from popular uniforms through World War I in 1914. She used unusual fabric for making most of her products called wool jersey for two reasons; its high quality and its low price. She did not limited…

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    In fashion, Elsa Schiaparelli, would be the fashion designer that had worked with most surrealism elements to her clothes. Elsa Schiaparelli was an Italian fashion designer that borns in 1890 and had the most active in 1930s. She followed the Surrealism movement, and she was friend with many surrealists, such as Salvador Dalí and Jean Cocteau, Picasso ….etc. They shared each others’ idea and thoughts. Therefore, she had collaborated with Salvador Dalí. One famous dress that they made would be…

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    Oscar Night Research Paper

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    Oscar Night is perhaps the most glamorous night in Hollywood. All the celebrities dress up in their best outfits for the most prestigious awards show of all. Oscar Night fashion is so popular that the TV stations that broadcast this prelude often get more viewers than the Oscar show itself! Celebrities go through hours of preparation in order to look that good. They employ hair and make-up teams for that special night, and pick out dresses sometimes months in advance. Of course, in their case…

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    Long Mesh Research Paper

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    Mesh, see through shirts can be incredibly sexy, or they can be elegant depending on the event you're attending. The accessories that accompany the mesh shirt add to the style as well. With a little twist of the additional items, you can also be a little naughty if that's what you desire. An Elegant Style A long sleeve, mesh see-through shirt can be worn with a camisole or slip underneath to provide almost full coverage. It allows a small flash of skin that can be elegant when paired with a…

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