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...Italian designer Laura Biagiotti was born into the fashion business in 1943, the daughter of Rome couturière Delia Soldaini Biagiotti. After studying literature and archaeology at university, Laura joined the family business in 1962. Her...
...Perhaps best known as a favorite of Princess Diana and the British royal family, Bruce Oldfield has been a pillar of the British fashion establishment since the 1970s. Since his first collection was shown in London in 1975, Oldfield has...
...Growing up in the shadow of war in Cyprus in the 1970s and 1980s, Hussein Chalayan was obsessed with airplanes, technology, and engineering. Shuttling between the isolated Mediterranean island and metropolitan London after his parents...
...Footage Referenced Alexander McQueen, autumn/winter 1998 Alexander McQueen, spring/summer 1998Introduction Alexander McQueen’s autumn/winter 1998 collection was titled Joan, for Joan of Arc, one of the designer’s compelling, tragic figures...
...Footage Referenced Isaac Mizrahi, autumn/winter 1994Introduction Isaac Mizrahi’s autumn/winter 1994 collection was shown on April 12, 1994 in the Gertrude Pavillion in Bryant Park as part of New York Fashion Week, then called Seventh...
...Footage Referenced Prada, spring/summer 2000 Prada, spring/summer 1999 Prada, autumn/winter 1999Introduction Prada’s spring/summer 2000 collection, shown in Milan in September 1999, was a sly celebration of the codes of European bourgeois...
...Footage Referenced Jean Paul Gaultier, spring/summer 1988 Jean Paul Gaultier, spring/summer 1990 Jean Paul Gaultier, autumn/winter 1993 Jean Paul Gaultier, spring/summer 1998Origins More than forty years into his career as a fashion...
... New York: Metropolitan Museum of Art. Bradberry Grace (1998) “Fashion Week Set on Fire by McQueen.” The Times, February 26, 1998. Bradley Laura (2013), “The Alexander McQueen Bumster.” AnOther, November 14, 2013. Available online:...