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Azzedine Alaïa Exhibition

'My Obsession Is To Make Women Beautiful When You Create With That In mind, Things Can't Go Out Of Fashion.' -Azzedine Alaïa- The opening we have all been anticipating for months since the announcement of his death- The Tunisian couturier who had a deep passion and desire to flaunt the female body. After always attending fashion shows in black and refusing to abide by the pressure of fashion week deadliness, it was blatantly obvious since then, that Azzedine Alaïa would not be conforming to normality of what 'fashion' signified during his time. Each garment Alaïa produced were constructed by hand.
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Musée Yves Saint Laurent – Paris

5 Avenue Marceau, is where the Musée Yves Saint Laurent lays; completing a true Parisian setting with the view of the Eiffel Tower. P a n t s u i t  F o r  W o m e n The exhibition commences with a series of Yves' most notable pantsuits fabricated for women, which changed the world of fashion right till this day. The French designer blurred the boundaries between gender appropriation and gender neutral fashion with his famous pantsuits; which were originally tailored and only worn by men.   R o b e  D e  S o i r
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T-SHIRT: CULT – CULTURE – SUBVERSION Exhibition

We say that fashion allows you to express yourself, the t-shirt is the main reason for this. Politics, individuality, creativity, freedom of expression- the t-shirt offers all of the above; if not much more.Fashion and Textile Museum welcomes us a great, enlightening exhibition; T-shirt:cult-culture-subversion. 'To wear a T-shirt is to be part of a never-ending conversation.' T-SHIRT TECHNIQUES The black Alexander McQueen T-shirt followed the flock printing process. It involves placing natural or synthetic materials onto adhesive-coated surfaces such as this t-shirt, in order to create a velvet or suede-like texture. Digital printing was used for the pug face t
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Irving Penn exhibition: Grand Palais

First and foremost to all the readers, may you have a successful year filled with joy, love, happiness and good health! There was just one more thing that I had to do to complete my year of 2017- go to one of my favourite photographer's exhibition- Irving Penn at the Grand Palais in France. Renowned American photographer was known for his fashion photography; mainly working for Vogue. He also focused on still life and black and white portraits of many famous people from Alfred Hitchcock, Charles James to Audrey Hepburn. The Irving Penn exhibition displays Irving's greatest works, and is
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Christian Dior Exhibition: Musée Du Louvre

On the 13th August, I went to Christian Dior’s exhibition. Two words to describe the event as a whole: Magically phenomenal. With the amount of details presented and for the price I paid, if I could; I would go again… and again… and again. Even though Christian Dior is very popular and overrated, without a doubt I felt like it was only right to share and show appreciation for his attentiveness, and care in giving women a stronger platform and status in life through his designs. Not only will this post show his development in the fashion industry, but it
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