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PERUBAHAN BLOG..

Kepada semua pengikut dan pelawat blog SWEETSARAFASHIONISTA, dengan ini dimaklumkan blog ini akan ditukar kepada blog Online Boutique milik SWEETSARAFASHIONISTA..bukan lagi blog FASHION DESIGNER HISTORY..akan tetapi segala entry sebelum nie tidak akan dibuang @ dipadam..ianya tetap akan diteruskan untuk makluman para peminat fashion..

Harap Maklum..



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Sweetsarafashionista minta maaf sbb lama tak updated blog nie..terlalu sibuk hingga tak sempat nk updated..rindu sangat kat kekawan blogger..nanti i akan updated lagi tentang fashion yer..Harap Maaf yer..

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KAD RAYA DARI FASHIONISTA


Selamat Hari Raya..Kepada Followers dan Reader SWEETSARAFASHIONISTA...Selamat Saya Ucapkan..Maaf Zahir Dan Batin..Selamat Hari Raya...Terimalah Kad Raya yg Tk Kiut Dari Saya..




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KAD RAYA DARI KEKAWAN FASHIONISTA..

FROM JOM PERGI BERCUTI..

FROM DARA@TERUNA..

FROM MINAH KIWI..

FROM AKUKAHMILIKMU..


FROM TUE..




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ABOUT GIVENCHY


Givenchy SA is a fashion house that designs, manufactures, and markets clothing for men and women. It also offers perfumes and cosmetics as well as accessories such as bags, shoes, socks, and sunglasses. The company caters to markets in Germany, Italy, Greece, Spain, Belgium, Russia, Portugal, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Korea, Japan, Taiwan, and China. Givenchy was founded in 1952 and is headquartered in Paris, France.

Fashion Designer Hubert de Givenchy was born to a wealthy family 1927 in Beauvais, France. He studied at the ecole des Beaux-Arts in Paris. His first job in the fashion industry was when he worked for Jacques Fath in Paris in 1945. He then worked briefly for Robert Piguet and for Lucien Lelong (1946) WHERE HE WORKED WITH LELONG'S ASSISTANTS, PIERRE BALMAIN AND CHRISTIAN DIOR, and finally for Elsa Schiaparelli (1947- 1951). He opened the House of Givenchy in 1952. He named his first collection for Bettina Graziani, Paris's top model. Balenciaga was his mentor, although he never worked for him, whose atelier was just across the avenue George V.

Two women represent the typical Givenchy style of the 50s and 60s: Audrey Hepburn and Jackie Kennedy. By furnishing Hollywood movie stars beginning in 1953, Givenchy achieved a popularity like never before. A rather sad event brought global attention to Givenchy dresses. When John F.Kennedy was assasinated, the world witnessed a mourning Kennedy family all dressed in Givenchy clothes. Jackie Kennedy ordered a Givenchy dress for the funeral, which was especially flown in from Paris. It is said, that at that time, the Givenchy atelier possessed individual patterns sheets for every female member of the Kennedy family. In 1955, he introduced separates and then the Orlon-fabric to the haute couture. His designs are elegant and refined.

MADE IN FRANCE

3, avenue George-V
75008 Paris, France
Tel.: (+1) 44.31.50.00
FAX.: (+1) 49.52.03.62
www.givenchy.fr



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ABOUT SORELLE FONTANA


The Sorelle Fontana, creators of the Fashion House famous the world over, belong to a generation without equals. These three strong and united women learned their job with Mamma Amabile the small atelier inherited in 1907 from their great grandmother.

The Sorelle Fontana were the first to feel the need to give a fashion in Italy a look of its own, freeing it from foreign influence. With this spirit in mind, once they had conquered the Italian clientele, the Sorelle Fontana took their fashion abroad. In 1951 they went to the United States where their success was immediate. Soon their fashion was recognised in Europe, Japan, Africa and Asia.

In the following years, the Sorelle Fontana decided to produce a line of ready to wear fashion in parallel to their high fashion collection. Their objective was to offer a product which could be sold in prestigious shops to a wider market. In Italy their fashion lines include leather and brides. One of the major successes for the Sorelle Fontana came when they celebrated 20 years of activity and collaboration with Japan.

MADE IN ITALY

Sorelle Fontana ALTA MODA S.r.l.
Via S. Sebastianello 6
00187 Roma
Tel: +39-6-6798652/3/4/5
Fax: +39-6-6787891

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ABOUT MISSONI


Missoni Ottavio (Tai) Missoni and Rosita marry and begin to work together. With four knitting machines they produce knitwear for other labels, until Rosita decides that they must produce their own line. With Rosita creating the shapes and Tai filling in the colours they quickly build their multi-coloured, sophisticated woollen empire.

Their first big break came in 1964 when they met designer Emmanuelle Kahn and decided to make a knitwear collection together which they showed in Milan two years later; then in 1967 came their second break, when they presented their collection at Palazzo Pitti. They became world-famous, or, rather, infamous, because Rosita, making a last-minute decision, told the models to take off their bras because they ruined the lines of the black silk jersey dresses they were to model on the catwalk. Missoni didn't realize that under Pitti's blazing lights the tops of the dresses would become transparent, the fashion world was shocked, and they made headlines around the world.

MADE IN ITALY

Missoni
Via T. Salvini, 1
20122 Milano
Tel: +39-2-76001479
Fax: +39-2-783322


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