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Cardillo Design

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Cardillo Design

 

The creative soul of the brand Cardillo Design is Anna Maria Cardillo, an Italian architect and designer. By making use of her experience in architectural and industrial design, she decides to support, alongside with her work as designer, the passion for “contemporary jewels“.

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Christian Dior and Granville

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Christian Dior and Granville
Christian Dior Museum
8 April – 24 September 2017

 

The Dior and Granville exhibition sheds new light on the work of the great couturier as part of the couture house’s seventieth anniversary celebrations. The Christian Dior Museum in Granville is joining the commemorations, offering a unique perspective on the Granville origins of the style created by Dior, who was born in Granville in 1905. The family home played a key role in the designer’s sources of inspiration. Christian Dior spent his childhood in the Les Rhumbs villa under the protective and loving eye of his mother Madeleine.

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Laura Biagiotti Fall Winter 17/18

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Laura Biagiotti Fall Winter 17/18

 

“The beauty of fashion is that it seeks for meanings and answers, fueling our memory and imagination, where the results are infinite, just as the endless search for the essence of a dress. For the creation of my collection, I inspire to a woman who is pursuing a dress which donates fulfillment, and is made of intrinsic values, comfort and durability. It is in my interest, to create the idea of dynamic outfits, which are not laying on a chair at night or abandoned in a wardrobe as lifeless objects. A dress is the behavioral expression of our way of being which reveals our best side or betterstill, our way of “not being”, hide and protect. Dualism is always feminine.” Laura Biagiotti

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VENQUE fashion design

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VENQUE fashion design

 

VENQUE was founded by Canadian-based brothers Viktor and Simon. Veterans of the fashion industry, Viktor and Simon decided to pursue their passion project in early 2011 after years of working in top fashion design houses. Their goal was to craft the perfect backpack designed for urban trendsetters and commuters. Fast forward 3 years.

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FASHIONING EXPO 67

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FASHIONING EXPO 67
17 March 2017 – 1 October 2017
McCORD Museum

 

Montreal, December 12, 2016 — Expo 67 marked a high point in the history of Montreal and Canada. Organized 50 years ago as part of Canada’s Centennial, this Universal and International Exposition received over 50 million visits. During an era of freedom and audacity, the world discovered Montreal and the city opened up to the world. To commemorate Montreal’s 375th anniversary, the McCord Museum will present the exhibition Fashioning Expo 67 from March 17 to October 1, 2017.

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The Changing Factor, UK

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The Changing Factor, UK

 

The Changing Factor is the London accessories label aiming to empower women around the world. The Changing Factor presents its debut collection, a 13 piece accessories offering inspired by architecture, and dedicated to empowering women via an important charity initiative.

 

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Lace in Fashion

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Lace in Fashion
February 4, 2017 – January 1, 2018
Fashion Museum of Bath

 

Lace has been a sign of style and elegance since the sixteenth century. From fine luxury garments worn by royals and the aristocracy to machine-made fashions for the everyday, our brand new exhibition for 2017 will reveal both the techniques and the top names that have made lace such an enduring fashion trend. Featuring 50 historic treasures and designer dresses, Lace in Fashion draws on the riches of the Fashion Museum collection to showcase the skill and seduction of this fashionable fabric.

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