Fashion archive of fashion archives in 1988


Oman is a playboy, baudelaire said, “because she is natural and vulgar.” However, when the tailor’s pantomime curtain rises, the fancy style is designed to be worn by all female actors. Since the early eighty s, new romantic young young man drank the teenage spots and light beer, looks very funny, wearing a frilly blouse and velvet breeches, crafted by Scott corolla and georgina, wynne as furniture fabrics, the prince is the modern embodiment of pimps style, contemporary British playboy is the appearance of the magnificent luxury fashion history’s most irresistible, relentless creation again.
Like Paris, when they use d ism and the angles in 1800 Georgia, they were perplexed by what they are copied, fashion designer, to the understanding of the British playboy was a convenient overview of loose. “This gentleman is a low-key gentleman, from where to come out, and to establish himself as a prince of social equality – like bloommel? Or Balzac, the aristocratic equestrian athlete mentioned in his “elegant life theory.” Is he the “deadly man” of British romanticism? Ask Valerie Steele in her book Paris fashion.
In this season, European designers can’t make up their minds, but some interesting historical cross-references are in the mix. Those who are in favor of satin and lace decoration luxury, passion to Oscar Wilde to provide much inspiration, and restrained the Catherine hanet (Katharine Hamnet) and Karl Lagerfeld (Karl unabashed Lagerfeld) of those flashy velvet.
Ironically, the most striking thing about the origins of style in England is the interpretation of feminine style. GianfrancoFerre’s collared white collar and exaggerated white lapels and cuffs are modern, updated to convey the essence of ornate style.

The neck is a hub of the whole look of 1800. Men wear tough collars and elaborate neckties or scarves. According to the irony Brummell moved brochure Neckclothitania (1818), in a men’s clothing is one of the great world of rectifier trapped collar and neck scarf is the only way, apart from the upper class and nobody can be. In particular, starch gives the wearer a sense of pride, vanity, and conceit, becoming an indispensable quality for fashion people. The dressing-room was a place of pilgrimage, with the collar of the shirt high above his head, and the broad white bow tie.
Although in the latest fashion history, playboy has offset the traditional British dress look of traditional (at the same time, the irony is that often appear in the interpretation of amazing literally) – John galliano, Les Incroyables series, with loose jacket and broad playboy, as well as by Crolla and Ellis Flyte pioneered rich brocade brocade fabric influence – the original beautiful just picked up the traditional English country style as an ordinary commodity.
Dandianism ushered in a new, modern city of “unity” men and led to the direction of clothing as a rebellion. The popular misconception about the playboy was that he was a bold, overly sceptical peacock, actually giving a bad name to makaronis in the 18th century. Their dresses are exaggerated with frills, brocade, powder and paint, and are a reaction to all typical “British” and traditional.
Though a lot of people think it’s hard to believe, but a lot of people think that it’s hard to believe, especially Emma Jane Austen: “very good insights for frank Churchill Emma, heard the next day he went to London, just for a haircut. “It was a 32 – mile round trip, a day of horses and wagons.
Although the idea of the man that was revealed continued into the 19th century, he never neglected his masculinity. “From now on,” says quentin bell, “the subtle hint of femininity in a man’s closet is perceived as an aversion to the heart. However, the ugly women tried their best to imitate a woman’s figure, wearing tight straps and padded trousers to make them look feminine. They also use cosmetics and laugh at it like macaronis, 50 years ago. The satirical magazine Ton (1819) describes a playboy The bathroom in The morning, one of his first task is to use “light brown and a rouge” to make up for The day, ‘try on tie, 14, until perfect products’. He used musky perfume to put “Huile Antique” on his hair.
Today, men such as Stephen Calloway of V&A have been labelled as eccentric and laughed in the street. Men are still in the eighty s to argue with the concept of vanity, and modern woman only the woman can accept, just means fashionable adornment, although gender ambiguity and the profoundness of clad style is still a woman.