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French Fashion Designer

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    fashion designer
  • couturier: someone who designs clothing
  • Fashion design is the art of the application of design and [[aesthetics]or natural beauty] to clothing and accessories. Fashion design is influenced by cultural and social attitudes, and has varied over time and place.
  • (Fashion designers) This is a list of notable fashion designers. It includes designers of haute couture and ready to wear. For haute couture only, see the list of grands couturiers.
  • of or pertaining to France or the people of France; "French cooking"; "a Gallic shrug"
  • the Romance language spoken in France and in countries colonized by France
  • Of or relating to France or its people or language
  • cut (e.g, beans) lengthwise in preparation for cooking; "French the potatoes"
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Essential French Fashion and Designers: Coco Chanel, Christian Dior, Jean Paul Gaultier, Givenchy, Yves Saint Laurent, et. al.
Essential French Fashion and Designers: Coco Chanel, Christian Dior, Jean Paul Gaultier, Givenchy, Yves Saint Laurent, et. al.
An introduction to the fashion world and biographies, styles and impact of the most famous French designers. Along with general information about Fashion Week and the essential elements of design styles.

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Les Createurs de La Mode 1910 - 10 - Galerie de Vente - Paquin
Les Createurs de La Mode 1910 - 10 - Galerie de Vente - Paquin
Jeanne Paquin (1869 - 1936) was a French fashion designer, known for her resolutely modern and innovative designs. Born in Saint-Denis in 1869, Paquin trained as a dressmaker at Rouff and later opened her own fashion house in 1891, the first woman to ever do so. The Maison Paquin quickly became known for its Eighteenth century-inspired pastel evening dresses and tailored day dresses, as well as for its numerous publicity stunts, including organizing fashion parades to promote her new models and sending her models to operas and races in order to show off her designs. Paquin also frequently collaborated with the illustrators and architects Leon Bakst, George Barbier, Robert Mallet-Stevens, and Louis Sue for the creation of stage costumes, the publication of dress albums and the decoration of her private residences, reinforcing her reputation as a thoroughly modern designer. Jeanne Paquin withdrew from the House in 1920, leaving the administration with Henri Joire, and the artistic direction to Madeleine Wallis. The direction of the House later returned to Colette Massignac who was able to adapt the style of the collections to the popular "New Look" of the 1950s. In 1953, the Maison Paquin purchased the French branch of the House of Worth, but financial difficulties forced the House to close down in 1956. In her time, Paquin had a prestige equal to that of Charles Frederick Worth and Jacques Doucet but is nowadays largely forgotten.
2010 MA-ology Paris & CARE Fundraiser Paper-Cut-Project Vintage French Fashion
2010 MA-ology Paris & CARE Fundraiser Paper-Cut-Project Vintage French Fashion
image courtesy Justin Hadley Highlights from the amazing fundraiser for CARE International that took place at White Provision District in Atlanta, Georgia on 4 June 2010. MA-ology Paris opened to a packed house, shattering last year's attendance records and raised thousands of dollars in support of CARE. Featured activities included the Roche Bobois's iconic Mah Jong sectional sofa finished in Missoni fabric, Paris runway show featuring creations from Lanvin 2010 Spring/Summer collection (Jeffrey Atlanta, Jeffrey New York, Lanvin Paris), acclaimed Antwerp-based high-fashion illustrator Jarno Kettunen and New York-based Paris street artists SupaKitch and Koralie, American fashion designer Megan Huntz, Atlanta-based Paper-Cut-Project, new designs from Atlanta/Milan-based Mccoy Caimi Morgan (Asa Bench). Special guests included Atlanta City Council member Kwanza Hall and Consulate General of France in Atlanta. Derek Kayongo spoke of CARE's important work and humanitarian efforts in Haiti and Africa.

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french fashion designer
100 Contemporary Fashion Designers (Taschen 25 Anniversary)
TASCHEN 25 Special edition!

Fashion at the dawn of the 21st century: the indispensable compendium 100 Contemporary Fashion Designers

This two-volume compilation brings together highlights from TASCHEN's first two volumes of our renowned Fashion Now! books for a comprehensive study of fashion design around the world at the beginning of the 21st century. Up-and-coming fashion designers tomorrow's superstars are featured alongside the field's most respected practitioners:

Haider Ackermann, Azzedine Alaia, Giorgio Armani, Agnes B, Christopher Bailey (Burberry), Neil Barrett, Luella Bartley, Veronique Branquinho, Thom Browne, Consuelo Castiglioni (Marni), Dean and Dan Caten (DSquared), Roberto Cavalli, Hussein Chalayan, Maria Cornejo (Zero), Francisco Costa (Calvin Klein), Giles Deacon, Christophe Decarnin (Balmain), Ann Demeulemeester, Dolce & Gabbana, Alber Elbaz (Lanvin), Silvia Venturini Fendi, Alberta Ferretti, Limi Feu, Tom Ford, Dai Fujiwara (Issey Miyake), John Galliano, Jean Paul Gaultier (JPG, HermA?s), Nicolas Ghesquire (Balenciaga), Frida Giannini (Gucci), Katharine Hamnett, Ann ValA©rie Hash, Desiree Heiss & Ines Kaag (Bless), Lazaro Hernandez & Jack McCollough (Proenza Schouler), Tommy Hilfiger, Emma Hill (Mulberry), Margaret Howell, Marc Jacobs, Rossela Jardini (Moschino), Wolfgang Joop (Wunderkind), Christopher Kane, Donna Karan, Rei Kawakubo (Comme des GarA§ons), Adam Kimmel, Sophia Kokosalaki, Michael Kors, Tao Kurihara, Christian Lacroix, Karl Lagerfeld, Ralph Lauren, Christophe Lemaire (Lacoste), Julien MacDonald, Hanna Macgibson (Chloe), Tomas Maier (Bottega Veneta), Martin Margiela (Maison Martin Margiela), Antonio Marras, Stella McCartney, Alexander McQueen, Angela Missoni, Roland Mouret, Kate and Laura Mulleavy (Rodarte), Richard Nicoll, Lucas Ossendrijver (Lanvin), Rick Owens, Bruno Pieters (Hugo Boss), Stefano Pilati (YSL), Zac Posen, Miuccia Prada, Gareth Pugh, John Richmond, Narciso Rodriguez, Sonia Rykiel, Jil Sander (Uniqlo), Jonathan Saunders (Pollini), Marios Schwab, Jeremy Scott, Raf Simons (Jil Sander), Martine Sitbon (Rue du Mail), Paul Smith, Anna Sui, Jun Takahashi (Undercover), Olivier Theyskens (Nina Ricci), Justin Thornton & Thea Bregazzi (Preen), Aitor Throup, Riccardo Tisci (Givenchy), Jean Touitou (APC), Giambattista Valli, Kris Van Assche, Walter Van Beirendonck, Dries Van Noten, AF Vandevorst, Donatella Versace, Stuart Vevers (Loewe), Viktor & Rolf, Milan Vukmirovic (Trussardi), Alexander Wang, Junya Watanabe, Vivienne Westwood, Bernhard Willhelm, Matthew Williamson (Emilio Pucci), Yohji Yamamoto and Italo Zuccheli (Calvin Klein).

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