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...Emanuel Ungaro was born on 13 February 1933 in Aix-en-Provence, France, to Italian émigré parents. He was first apprenticed with a tailor, and then worked in his father’s workshop. In 1956, he moved to Paris, began working at Camps...
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...Jean Charles de Castlebajac's 1992 Autumn/Winter womenswear show took place at Paris Fashion Week. It showcased both his love for art, in particular, Pop Art and music. Malcolm McLaren composed the music for this show and the CD was sent...
...Jean-Charles de Castelbajac was born in 1949 in Casablanca, Morocco. His first design role was working for his mother’s company, Ko and Co., in 1968. In 1969 he created the Jesus Jeans brand. The brand name caused controversy, particularly...

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...Sportmax is a part of the House of Max Mara, which was established in 1951 in Reggio Emilia, Italy, by the entrepreneur Achille Maramotti. Maramotti has a degree in law, but after graduating he devoted his time to dressmaking, as had many...
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...Jean-Charles de Castelbajac's Autumn/Winter 1988 womenswear show was presented during Paris fashion week. This version of the show was filmed in black and white. Castelbajac's collection demonstrated the designer's notorious ability...
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...Jean-Charles de Castelbajac’s 1989 Autumn/Winter show was presented at Paris Fashion Week. The collection focused on eclecticism, seen through the use of Betty Boop sweaters and cardigans, multi-color stripe and animal print coats...
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...Jean-Charles de Castelbajac’s womenswear Spring/Summer 1993 collection was shown in Paris. Known for his love of contemporary art, French designer Jean-Charles de Castelbajac’s fashions are fun-loving, eccentric, and unconventional. His...
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...Jean Charles de Castelbajac's Autumn/Winter 1990 womenswear show took place in Paris. The overall look of the show was bold and and feminine with bright colors and cartoon imagery. There was an emphasis on plaid, which had become...
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...Jean Charles De Castlebajac's Fall/ Winter 1993 womenswear collection took place at Paris Fashion Week. This playful collection (which featured theatrical interludes with angel wing clad male models) started with teddy bear coats...
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...Jean-Charles de Castelbajac's Spring/Summer 1995 show was presented at Paris Fashion Week and was a riot of bright colors opening with a section of white leotards worn with cropped tops, baseball hats, and striped knee-high socks. The show...