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Lagerfeld for Chanel: The Griffe

Barbara Vinken

Barbara Vinken is Professor of French Literature, University of Zurich. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Fashion Zeitgeist : Trends and Cycles in the Fashion System

Berg, 2005

Book chapter

...Chanel under the direction of Karl Lagerfeld is the only house of haute couture and of prêt-à-porter de luxe which still has to figure in any discussion of the situation of fashion after the end of the ‘century of fashion.’ Under Lagerfeld,...
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...Claude Montana’s Spring/Summer womenswear show for his eponymous brand took place at Paris Fashion Week in 1990. Montana featured a plethora of tailored garments with repetitions of trench coats, tailored jackets, pants and shorts...
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...Claude Montana’s Autumn/Winter 1998 show was presented at Paris Fashion Week. This collection was Montana’s last for his main line, due to personal, financial, and legal troubles. Here, the designer reflected on the elaborate excess...
...Claude Montana was born in Paris in 1949 to parents of Catalonian and German descent. While Montana studied chemistry and law in school, his passion was design. Montana moved to London in 1971 to pursue work as a freelance jewelry designer,...
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...Claude Montana Autumn/Winter 1992 womenswear show took place at Paris Fashion Week. The designer was known for his sensual silhouette characterized by padded shoulders and narrow waist. The collection's main shades were black and navy...
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...Claude Montana's Autmun/Winter 1990 collection was shown at Paris Fashion Week. Montana's emphasis was on top heavy figures with his trademark shoulder pads, narrowing at the waist, and fitted pants and skirts. The designer used luxury...
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...Claude Montana’s Spring/Summer 1992 womenswear collection was shown in Milan and was both vivid and austere. Known for his surety of cut and powerful silhouettes, it's apt that Montana’s designs were sculptural, often with exaggerated...

Complice

Designer biography

...The Italian fashion company Genny introduced the Complice label in 1975. Founded by Arnoldo Girombelli in 1961 as a small clothing factory in Ancona, Italy, Genny had become a large-scale operation by 1968.Donatella Ronchi, the daughter...
...Fashion and Style Born in 1948 in Spanish Town, Jamaica, Grace Jones’s style is flawlessly unique. With a chocolate complexion, she has been seen branded with avant-garde fascinators, transforming unorthodox objects into artful...
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...Claude Montana's Spring/Summer 1998 show was presented at Paris Fashion Week. Models strolled down a sand-covered stage in looks inspired by ballet dancers. Feminine off-the-shoulder dresses, scoop neck bodysuits and catsuits with exposed...