Tag: Mary Quant

MARY QUANT ON VIEW AT THE V&A MUSEUM

Mary Quant On view Now until February 16th, 2020 The V&A Museum, London The V&A Museum in London has been given unprecedented access to Dame Mary Quant’s Archive to curate the first international retrospective on the revolutionary fashion designer in nearly 50 years. To help the V&A bring the exhibition further to life, the museum…

SONIA RYKIEL: THE LIBERATOR OF WOMEN’S FASHION

1968: the year of revolution in Paris! Beginning with student strikes and ending with a fearful Charles De Gaulle fleeing the country, the events of May 1968 brought France to a standstill. It was the Swinging Sixties, and French society was desperate for a change. It was amongst this atmosphere of rebellion that Sonia Rykiel…

REMEMBERING VIDAL SASSOON

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-1n3EdETCOU Vidal Sassoon, the English hairdresser known for revolutionizing hairstyling both technically and aesthetically, died after a long battle with leukaemia at age 84 on May 9, 2012 in Los Angeles.  Sassoon invented the "wash and wear" philosophy, liberating a generation of women from constant trips to the salon for almost daily upkeep and styling.  He is…

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