A small history of the POLO DRESS
The simple silhouette of a POLO dress makes this garment a perfect fit for the CASUAL STYLE WARDROBE. It has concurred the hearts of many women around the world, being the first pick for travelling, vacation time and leisure in the city.
This dress feels almost imperceptible, giving freedom of movement, very pleasant at touch, and offering maximum comfortability at wear.
Although it’s design and materials used, the POLO dress always feels more high-end, somehow aristocratic.
A small history of the SHIRT DRESS
Practical shape, elegant design, timeless - it is all about the SHIRT DRESS!
Today we can find many variations of this dress, but they all have two unchanged elements: the “shirt” type collar and the buttons that go all the way down to the bottom.
A small history of the PIN SEXY dress by VERSACE
The SAFETY PIN DRESS is one of the legendary creations by Gianni Versace gaining the status of a sex symbol. It ensured a meaningful place in fashion history. This dress evoked a huge international interest, it was discussed in all fashion magazines, journals, and on television.
It was proclaimed as “the sexiest black dress ever created” not only for its unique design, but also because it was so unexpected, it shifted the fashion world view: you can love it, or you can hate it, but you can never forget it! Here is a small history of this dress.
A small history of the BONDAGE SEXY dress by VERSACE
Gianni Versace was the legendary genius who managed to transform the LBD into a SEX SYMBOL! He incorporated the talent of an artist with the skills of a tailor. As a result, his creations became art pieces with a strong personality, some being at the edge of ostentatiousness. Nevertheless, his dresses were made to openly underline the beautiful shapes of a woman’s figure. The black bondage dress in the sado-maso style presented for the Fall Collection of 1992 has definitively consolidated its reputation as a sexy fashion designer.
A small history of the TUXEDO by YSL
In 1966, Yves Saint Laurent dressed models in a black tuxedo with a sheer blouse to walk the runway of Haute Couture in Paris. It was the year he introduced LE SMOKING. Society broke out in scandal! In the end, this garment became “the look” of the House and the Nr. 1 most beloved item of the Designer.
A small history of the NEW LOOK by Dior
Christian Dior is probably one of the most famous fashion French designers in the world! His name is bounded with fashion since the early fifties from the last century. Impeccable, beautifully structured silhouettes he created, inspired many designers in the years to follow. He dressed a woman as a rosebud ready to blossom, releasing elegance and femininity from head to toes. This figure accompanied and inspired the designer through his entire life career.
A small history of the LBD by Chanel
Coco Chanel said: “Look for the woman in the dress. If there is no woman, there is no dress.”
A DRESS – is that garment that makes a woman look beautiful, stylish, and sexy, feminine, exquisite, and elegant, fashionable, trendy, and practical. All of it at once!
The DRESS was created to embrace and highlight a woman’s natural shape, stand out her tenderness and softness, underline her accomplishments and hide imperfections, excite a male imagination, and inspire artists.