Fifty Dresses That Changed The World

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But how much do we know about it? Fifty Dresses That Changed the World imparts that knowledge listing the top 50 dresses that have made a substantial impact in the world of British design today.

Fifty Hats That Changed The World

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Design Museum Fifty Design Museum Enterprise Limited ... The standout
features of the Cosmos look included not only the muchcopied sharply cut
woollen tunic dress, but also a series of highdomed felt hats that paid tribute to
what was fast becoming the icon of the decade, the spacesuit helmet. Some of
the hats featured plastic visors, while still others took their cosmonautical model
further, becoming thimblelike headpieces that covered the whole head, with just
a shieldshaped ...

Fifty Shoes That Changed The World

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Design Museum Fifty Design Museum Enterprise Limited ... Their designer is the
ItalianEnglish couturier Antonio Berardi (1968–), whose powerful, geometric
dress designs have drawn comparison with the work of nearcontemporaries such
as Alexander McQueen and Hussein Chalayan. Heelless shoes and boots are by
no means new, but they have undergone something of a radical revival in the
new millennium, with examples by Kei Kagami (see pages 100–01) and United
Nude ...

Fifty Fashion Looks That Changed The 1970s

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From Bianca Jagger in Halston and Diane Von Furstenberg's first wrap dress to the rise of punk and Biba, this beautiful book outlines and details the most influential looks of the decade.

Fifty Fashion Looks That Changed The World 1960s

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Design Museum Fifty Design Museum Enterprise Limited, Paula Reed. With her
inimitable style, Joplin influenced fans and fellow rockers alike. She wore
feathers through her hair and clothes and made the tattoo cool. her JEAN MUIR
1969 Queen of the dress Jean Muir (1928–95). Her look, as with the rest of life,
was about excess: in colour, size and shape. By her own admission, in an
interview with the New.

Fifty Fashion Designers That Changed The World

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Design Museum Fifty Design Museum Enterprise Limited, Lauren Cochrane.
DIANEVONFURSTENBERG 1976 The year 2014 marked the 40th anniversary of
the wrap dress– DVF-asshe is fondly the design with which Diane von
Fürstenberg (1946–) first made £" her nome back in 1974. A single piece of fabric
with sleeves girl £ It is her body and a deep V neckline, all pulled together by a
belt, the wrap language that says it alldress is a typical DVF concept: sexy,
flattering to all, but ...

Fifty Bags That Changed The World

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Design Museum Fifty Design Museum Enterprise Limited ... Rabanne was both
an innovator and an iconoclast, whose first haute couture collection famously
featured 'Twelve Unwearable Dresses'. Rabanne engineered, rather than
designed, his clothes, using unconventional, recalcitrant materials such as plastic
and metal to create simple shift dresses that were uncomfortable to wear, but
made a highconcept splash on the runway. Spaceage aesthetics and fetishistic
sexuality were ...

Fifty Bicycles That Changed The World

Author: Alex Newson
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Design Museum Fifty Alex Newson ... The rear luggage rack is strong enough to
take the weight of a person and the lowered stepthrough crossbar available on
some models helped women use the omafiets while wearing skirts or dresses.
The gently hooped frame, metal chainguard, curved handlebars and extreme
upright riding position result in an instantly recognizable machine. Built from steel
, almost uniformly finished in black, the omafiets' solid and rugged construction
ensured ...