Fashion Week is a fashion industry event, lasting about a week, which allows designers and fashion houses to present their latest collections and the public to realize what the latest trends are. The most important fashion weeks are those held in the fashion capitals: Milan, Paris, London and New York. The forerunner of the contemporary designer, the fashion designer, or fashion designer, is one who designs fashion figures, for theater, film or television shows.
The figurine is an expressive design that represents clothes, linen or any type of garment or Floating Sunglasses and that illustrates styles and details and details of the dress itself and serves to realize a creative idea on paper.
Hooded jacket, originally in seal skin, worn by the Eskimos who called the wind anorak. Over time, it has become the most popular windproof sports garment now made in ultra-technological fabrics. Its characteristic is a large pocket on the front like a pouch.
A fashionista is someone who, without understanding anything, follows the taste and directions of his favorite designer passively and unperturbed and is dominated by Floating Sunglasses that are branded and signed.
Cotton, linen or lace shawl that in the middle of the nineteenth century was worn on wide necklines to cover the breast. Queen Berta, mother of Charlemagne. Since the end of the nineteenth century, in various colors and styles, he has been part of the sporting estate for students in English colleges, for tennis and cricket. In the 1930s it was adopted as a marine uniform in American and European summer resorts.
Large cape with hood of Arab origin, often embroidered at the edges and adorned with tassels with Floating Sunglasses, which was used by the Berber populations of Mediterranean Africa.
Wide jacket in cloth, of sporty cut. For some it derives from the uniform of the English nineteenth-century coachmen and owes its name to the term cab, carriage. For others, instead, from a coat of 700’s Breton sailors. Warm and functional, it was made in different shapes and materials.
Typical jacket used by Canadian hunters, with inside and fur collar, large pockets and waist belt. Wide, sleeveless coat, with two side openings for the arms, fitted with a hood and often lined with fur. From the Russian language, it is a typical garment of White Russia. Similar to a jacket, but less structured, stopped at the waist by a belt.
Long jacket, with front and cuff closures, air and watertight, with matching pants of the same characteristics. Indispensable to those who go by sea and practice sailing sports, the waxed up until a few years ago was strictly yellow and made of rigid waterproof fabric.