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Dressing in vintage style clothing for a themed event or personal fashion is our passion. We turned a hobby into this website to make it easy to find vintage inspired clothing for women and men online spanning 1900-1960s. Our fashion history blog helps you create the look from decades past using vintage, vintage inspired and thrifty clothing, Need help? Ask us anytime.
Holding a $375 silk-print girl’s dress by Gucci, Andrew Rosen, the respected founder of Theory and a catalyst behind several other brands, said, “This is talking to the 1 percent, or the less than 1 percent, of the population.” He added, referring to luxury makers with children’s lines: “I would believe that none of these guys are doing it to make money. It’s all about being more relevant. You to keep the customers engaged in your brand.”
Do you see it? That tiny little light at the end of the long, dark, depressing tunnel that is winter is getting closer and closer. Spring is approaching, but what exactly does that mean when it comes to your wardrobe? Well, first of all, make sure you have a nice space in your closet for that bulky overcoat for the next eight months. Now that we’ve solved that problem, here are four styles we’re likely to see for spring and summer 2017.
As a former model—one reportedly talented enough to land an EB-1 visa on the basis of her “extraordinary ability”—Trump could be a supremely effective walking advertisement for American design. But apart from an occasional nod to Ralph Lauren, Calvin Klein or Michael Kors, she has chosen to wear foreign designers, even for high-profile public appearances and ceremonial events: a Roksanda Ilincic dress for the Republican National Convention; a Gucci pussy blouse for the presidential debate; Stella McCartney for the Thanksgiving turkey pardoning; a Chanel coat for the National Christmas Tree lighting; Delpozo to address the United Nations; Erdem for New Year’s Eve at Mar-a-Lago; an ivory Dior pantsuit for the State of the Union address; Pucci to welcome Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi to the White House; Mary Katrantzou for the Congressional Picnic; a Dolce & Gabbana gown for the Governors’ Ball.
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Fresh merchandise comes to U.A.L.’s stores five days a week from the warehouse in Hattiesburg, and the employees unbox the shipments with the anticipation and surprise of Christmas morning. Two Prada blazers! A pair of Rodarte black leather pants! Twenty striped tees by Edith A. Miller!
An earlier version of this article misspelled the surname of a men’s wear designer. He is Nicholas Elliott, not Elliot, and his label is N-p-Elliott, not N-p-Elliot. The article also misstated the name of the presentation by the label Jahnkoy. It is the Messanjah, not the Messiah. The article also misidentified the designer of Matiere; he is Scot Shandalove, not Jake Zeitlin, who recently left the brand.
Women were inspired by the top models of the day which included Twiggy, Jean Shrimpton, Colleen Corby, Penelope Tree, and Veruschka. Velvet mini dresses with lace-collars and matching cuffs, wide tent dresses and culottes pushed aside the geometric shift. False eyelashes were in vogue, as was pale lipstick. Hemlines kept rising, and by 1968 they had reached well above mid-thigh. These were known as “micro-minis”. This was when the “angel dress” first made its appearance on the fashion scene. A micro-mini dress with a flared skirt and long, wide trumpet sleeves, it was usually worn with patterned tights, and was often made of crocheted lace, velvet, chiffon or sometimes cotton with a psychedelic print. The cowled-neck “monk dress” was another religion-inspired alternative; the cowl could be pulled up to be worn over the head. For evening wear, skimpy chiffon baby-doll dresses with spaghetti-straps were popular, as well as the “cocktail dress”, which was a close-fitting sheath, usually covered in lace with matching long sleeves. Feather boas were occasionally worn. Famous celebrities associated with marketing the miniskirt included: Twiggy; model Jean Shrimpton, who attended an event in the Melbourne Cup Carnival in Australia wearing a miniskirt in 1965; Goldie Hawn, who appeared on Rowan and Martin’s Laugh-In with her mini skirt in 1967; and Jackie Kennedy, who wore a short white pleated Valentino dress when she married Aristotle Onassis in 1968.
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Fendi! Gucci! Balmain! Versace! Balenciaga! Calvin Klein! No major brand could leave their own labelling alone for S/S 18, and we can’t blame them—if you’re spending the big bucks, you may as well shout it from the sartorial rooftops. Our money? Going all on that vintage-look Fendi monogram bag.