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In 1920 Jean Patou created the very first designer tie using women's dress fabric, thus began the designer era. In the midst of the Art Deco revolution there was an explosion of colour and pattern from a new breed of designers that were learning free from influence or criticism. "Atelier Martine"
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The colours of designers work inspired a young boy in childhood dreams, across the treeless plain, the desert sands with family and possessions, wrenched from the arms of beloved friends, cast nightmarishly into a strange land, a strange town, where men wore Bermuda shorts, knee high socks, short sleeved white shirts with crisp collars. Striped ties, Trilby hats and brief cases anchored to hands; Standard dress requirements, up and down the Terrace they marched on and off the production line, in searing heat, in cold wind and rain, in dark and light, morning, noon and night.
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You may be thinking of buying diamond jewellery for an upcoming special event, and you have come across too many stores with similar prices for certain items like engagement rings. Most people that find themselves in this situation simply give up looking further and purchase their diamonds from the cheapest store, even if the difference is only a few dollars.
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The world is conscious in keeping itself green and that is what dominates the prom of the new approaching year. Green dresses are gracing catwalks and at the premieres. Regarded as timeless masterpieces there are shades of green for a refreshing makeover. Not just green it's about the all new earthy feel by cladding dresses blending in with it. Other colors competing with them range from mossy to turquoise, and one to suit each skin tone.
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Fashion is something of a dodgy subject, what is it who makes it and quite frankly who follows it religiously? Twice a year the main people in the fashion industry get together and showcase what they think we should be buying for -have to look at a pair of white boots or a shoulder pad to know exactly which decade it has come from. Have any style endured, is so why? We are going to have a look back through some of the decades to see if we can find those magical items that are still being worn and loved today.
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Believe it or not, it isn't just dresses and colors that go in and out of style. Fabrics actually do as well. For a good part of the 70's, artificial, man-made fibers were all the rage, including the hemp style. People loved them because they offered bright, vivid colors, and did not require ironing. Soon, though, people realized that when they sweated in them, they started to smell bad, so they went back to natural fibers.
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The Franklin and Marshall college look is flourishing in the European market it is a more relaxed look than has been previously seen but it still has a very clean well put together look. So why is this look doing so well in the UK, where looking good is not part of everyday life, unless it involves stripy shirts and bow ties that is.
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There were really no hospitals before the 19th century, so there was no official uniform. Single women would travel around doing house calls for the sick, but they were not very well respected because they were known to drink and carouse at night.
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Did you ever notice what the nurses in a hospital wear? Most if not all answers would be no. When people think of nurses, fashion is the last thing that comes to mind. Many would be surprised to know that nurses have gone through many fashion changes, their uniforms are a form of fashion.
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New styles of cufflinks and seasonal ties start hitting the streets around this time of the year as we head into serious autumn, so a few reviews and recommendations won't go astray. We've noted some of our favourite brands and their contributions to celebrate autumn and approaching winter.
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