Founded by Arthur Baldwin Turnure in 1892, Vogue back then was a weekly publication. But when he died in 1909, Condé Nast took over and and it slowly began to grow in popularity…Instead of weekly, Vogue then appeared every two weeks and Nast took the magazine overseas in the early 1910s. ..
Supermodel Naomi Campbell has been awarded a prize by the British Fashion Council in recognition of her influence on the fashion industry over the past 25 years. The British Fashion Council believes that Ms Campbell has been a “hugely influential ambassador for British fashion”, and should for that reason be honored for her great achievements.
After this week’s premiere of ‘Burlesque’ the movie in London, the fashion capital seems to have contracted a serious case of Burlesque-itis! Not only are burlesque shows the
talk of the town, as well as the choice of entertainment with companies choosing to celebrate their Christmas parties at burlesque shows but also fashion now seems to
have caught up with the burlesque revival.
When Antonio Navas was handing out flyers on la Rambla in Barcelona 2 years ago he was approached by a New York photographer asking him if he would please come join him and his colleagues for a drink, to talk about the possibility of Antonio to go to New York and sign with a model agency there. ..
Not even a year has passed after the sudden death of one of the greatest fashion designers Alexander McQueen and the tributes continue to unfold from people from all over the creative fields who; inspired by the beauty of his iconic creations, continue to pay their respects for the loss of a fashion history icon.