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Fashion magazines

Fashion magazines

Fashion magazines are an essential component of the fashion industry. They are the medium that conveys and promotes the designs vision to the eventual purchaser. Balancing the priorities has led to the diversity of the modern periodical market.

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Fashion models

Fashion models

In the nineteenth century, the first living mannequins, or manikins, took their name from the static dummy or lay figure they were soon to replace as the principal form of display in the dressmakers salon.

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History of Hermes

History of Hermes

The French high fashion house Hermes specializes in a variety of products, including ready-to-wear clothing, leather goods and accessories and perfumes.

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Fashion photography

Fashion photography

A fashion photograph is, simply, a photograph made specifically to show (or, in some cases, to allude to) clothing or accessories, usually with the intent of documenting or selling the fashion. Photographs of fashionable dress, in existence since the invention of photography in 1839, are not fashion photography.

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FENDI

FENDI

Fendi is a synonym of fur and revolution, two apparently contradictory concepts. Having accepted the idea of mass consumption, Fendi attempted to provide furs for women of every social position, or nearly so, demystifying the luxury connotations that have always characterized this type of garment.

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Fashion icons

Fashion icons

The term fashion icon has recently replaced the slightly antiquated notion of fashion leaders. During the second half of the twentieth century, fashion became less hierarchical, more meritocratic, and media-dominated.

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Raymond (Ossie) Clark

Raymond (Ossie) Clark

British designer Raymond (Ossie) Clark (1942 1996) was born on 9 June 1942 in Liverpool, England. He was known by his nickname Ossie, after Oswaldtwistle, the Lancashire village to which the family was evacuated during World War II.

Category: Fashion designers
Roberto Capucci

Roberto Capucci

Roberto Capucci was born in Rome on 2 December 1930. He attended the Liceo artis-tico and the Accademia di Belle Arti di Roma, undecided as to whether to become an architect or a film director. He began designing clothing when he was still quite young and soon turned to fashion as his primary activity.

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