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...The Collection in Context The fall/winter 1984 season featured a sleepwear-inspired look, one that caused journalist Marylou Luther to proclaim: “Say goodnight to ball gowns and jump into jammies.” The trend itself, she claimed, was sparked...
...Social Context of the 1930s The 1930s can be defined by two major events that would dominate the social and political landscape. The Wall Street crash of 1929 was the largest collapse of the American stock market in American history...
...The Collection in Context To the annoyance of many journalists and buyers, the spring season boasted an enormous number of shows spread around the city. Iona Monahan of Montreal’s The Gazette wrote that shows were set “all over town...
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...Issey Miyake's womenswear Spring/Summer 1988 collection was shown at Paris Fashion Week. Models walked the runway in groups of color coded ensembles, ranging from light and dark gray, to white, black, beige, black, green and khaki green...
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...Issey Miyake’s Autumn/Winter 1989 womenswear show was presented at Paris Fashion Week. The collection experimented with geometric drapery. Miyake’s “cicada pleat” pieces in wool and silk were featured in his pleats collection, which...
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...Issey Miyake's Autumn/Winter 1994 show was presented at Paris Fashion Week. The collection appeared to pay homage to the elements, as garments, headwear, and contemporary dance performances which punctuated the show resembled air, earth...
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...Issey Miyake’s Spring/Summer 1995 show was presented at Paris fashion week. Predominantly pastel-hued, Miyake presented his ‘Pleats Please’ in a variety of garments and accompanied by 8th-century Asian music performed live by the Liu...
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...Issey Miyake's Spring/Summer 1998 show was presented at Paris Fashion Week. Groups of models walked slowly around a large room with a mosaic tiled floor, wearing ethereal garments. Key pieces included draped tops and maxi dresses in sheer...
...The Collection in Context Presented in Paris, the Japanese designer’s show featured what one would expect in an utterly wintery wardrobe: warm and puffy coats, chunky sweaters and cardigans, as well as enveloping scarves and comfortable...
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...Issey Miyake’s Spring/Summer 1989 show took place during Paris Fashion Week and was the first show to include his innovative micro-pleating technique. The collection commenced with a series of both structured and fluid micro-pleated looks...