时尚芭莎Harpers Bazaar USA,英文电子杂志订阅pdf,百度网盘下载

2017年10月19日06:21:07 发表评论
时尚芭莎Harpers Bazaar USA

英文电子杂志订阅pdf,百度网盘下载
DENIM To say that denim has evolved since its days as a
wardrobe go-to for hard laborers at the height of the California Gold

 更多喜马拉雅.得到.电子书.英文杂志,添加微......信:yiyingqk001
Rush is like saying that Madonna has come a long way since “Lucky
Star.” A material once lauded for its durability has become a medium
that designers of every stripe continue to voraciously explore for its
endless possibilities. The chicly frayed hems of Vetements notwithstanding,
we are in a denim golden age, as the heavy-handed pocket decorations
and implausible “authentic” washes of the early 2000s have given way
to a breed of couture-esque reimaginations of the fabric, cementing
its place in the realm of high fashion. But Bazaar fjrst plugged into
this transformation early on. In 1943, the American sportswear
designer Claire McCardell, struggling to procure material from
abroad due to the escalation of World War II, turned to denim
in creating one of her collections. Bazaar featured a playsuit from
that collection on the magazine’s May cover, and the denim
fmag was offjcially fmown, as she went on to help defjne what
came to be known as “the American Look.” The piece
was no novelty; McCardell also used denim to make
trousers, jackets, and beachwear, as well as her famous
“Pop Over” dress—and two stars were born.
1947
THE NEW LOOK  By 1947, Christian
Dior had already established a foothold in fashion, having
designed for both Robert Piguet and Lucien Lelong. But Dior
decided to strike out on his own. On the morning of February
12, at his atelier at 30 Avenue Montaigne, in Paris, Dior premiered
his fjrst collection under the Christian Dior banner, which featured
90 looks and a silhouette punctuated by a nipped-in waist and
a full skirt that fjnished mid-calf. Bazaar’s then editor in chief,
Carmel Snow, was on hand for the presentation, and afterward,
within earshot of a reporter from the Reuters news service,
exclaimed: “It’s quite a revolution, Christian. Your dresses have
such a new look.” The intrepid scribe quickly took notes
and fjled his copy, and the following day, reports of Dior’s
“New Look” were all over the American papers. (The news-
papers in France were unceremoniously scooped; they weren’t
publishing at the time due to a strike.) An illustration of Dior’s
New Look “Bar” suit ran in Bazaar’s May 1947 issue, marking
the collection’s fjrst appearance in a major fashion magazine.
1967
THE MINISKIRT The British designer Mary
Quant and Parisian space-age couturier André Courregès are alternately
credited with fjrst raising hemlines above the knee in the early 1960s,
as the British youthquake rocked London and cries for liberation
gathered momentum in Paris. But the miniskirt—short, bold, and
radical—was fast becoming a new trope for designers who felt the
tremors of a seismic cultural shift afoot. Photographer Bill Silano
vividly captured the mood of the hour in a fashion story in the
May 1967 issue, with the caption “The Leg Is the Look.”  ?
weinxin
购买请添加微信
扫一扫添加:yiyingqk001
avatar

发表评论

:?: :razz: :sad: :evil: :!: :smile: :oops: :grin: :eek: :shock: :???: :cool: :lol: :mad: :twisted: :roll: :wink: :idea: :arrow: :neutral: :cry: :mrgreen: