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...Yves Saint Laurent was born into a wealthy and prominent family in French Oran, Algeria, in 1936. At the age of eighteen he moved to Paris, where he found a job assisting Christian Dior; just three years later, Laurent was appointed...

Analogous Color

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Designing with Color : Concepts and Applications

Fairchild Publications, 2011

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...An analogy is a comparison between two things that have something in common. In describing someone or something, you might say “cold as ice,” “hot as fire,” or even “slow as molasses.” These expressions create a comparison between two...
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...Alber Elbaz's Autumn/Winter 1998 show for Guy Laroche was presented at Paris Fashion Week. Elbaz’s second collection for the design house, this collection showcased his ability to dazzle with slim fit tailored suits and coats, elegantly cut...
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...Alber Elbaz's Spring/Summer 2000 show for Guy Laroche was presented at Paris Fashion Week. This collection was one of Elbaz's final for Laroche, before heading to Lavin in 2001 as creative director and here he displayed his elegant yet...
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...Alber Elbaz's Spring/Summer 2000 show for Yves St Laurent was presented at Paris Fashion Week. Garments typically reflected the Saint Laurent tradition of classic looks with a modern twist, evident in the choice of fabrics: using the hard...
...“Any girl who can wear a sweater can wear my clothes,” declared the French fashion designer Guy Laroche, summarizing his signature style, which had a soft character and did not go to extremes. Laroche was born in 1921 in La Rochelle...