This voluminous orange silk evening coat by Balenciaga comes from his Fall/Winter 1954-1955 collection. Unlike Dior’s popular “New Look” Cristóbal Balenciaga (1895-1972) was using linear
This exquisite Cynge Noir (black swan) evening gown by Christian Dior comes from the Autumn/Winter 1949 Milieu du Siècle line. This marked Dior’s sixth collection.
This vibrant ruby-red Adolfo Couture set comes from his FW 1969-1970 Collection. I love this outfit because it’s aesthetic truly teeters on the edge of
Pictured is one of the 60 recreations of Monolo Blahnik’s iconic 1971 cherry heel which was seen in V&A’s 2003 Ossie Clark exhibition. This is
Yves Saint Laurent debated the iconic “Les Tournesols” jacket in his Spring-Summer 1988 collection, where it was modeled by Naomi Campbell. In this exquisite collection
“I love beautiful flower-A field of lilies —a lily —grass —lots and lots of beautiful lilies— lilies and yet more lilies.” Zandra Rhodes considers the
It’s that time of year again! During Oktoberfest you’ve probably seen people out and about in its traditional festive Bavarian outfits, which were introduced centuries
The tutu has become an iconic and integral part of the ballet aesthetic over the years. Though they are now created in thousands of dazzling
Gabrielle Chanel first began selling hats in 1909, from the ground floor of her lover (and textile heir) Étienne Balsan’s apartment at 160 Boulevard Malesherbes.
I’ve always been fascinated by moments when fashion collides with history. In my opinion the most memorable and iconic example of this in American history