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Cristobal balenciaga

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Balenciaga couture evening wrap from 1949-1951 made from silk. Cristobal Balenciaga, House of Balenciaga.

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História da Moda de 1950 a 1960 | Blog da Mari Calegari

Oi Gente O objetivo do post de hoje é trazer aqui para você um pouco sobre a história da moda, no período de 1950 a 1960. A partir de 1950, na Europa, a recuperação econômica estava em alta velocidade. “A cultura popular foi regenerada nos meios de comunicação, na música, no teatro e cinema, na …

A First Look at the Victoria & Albert Museum's Major Balenciaga Exhibition, Through the Eyes of Richard Avedon and Irving Penn Photos | W Magazine

A full century ago, the Spanish couturier Cristóbal Balenciaga opened a boutique in San Sebastián that would eventually turn into one of fashion's most storied houses: his namesake label, Balenciaga, which officially came to be after two decades of dressing Spanish royals, when he finally ditched Basque country for Paris. Armed with tunics, bubble skirts, baby doll dresses, and other shapes a world apart from the New Look, the designer quickly stood out from contemporaries like Coco Chanel…

Cristobal balenciaga "modisto de mosdistos" - Paperblog

Nació en Getaria en 1895, su madre Martina Eizaguirre era costurera de las mejores familias de la zona y enseguida le transmitió la pasión por la costura.

https://flic.kr/p/akP6e6 | TAFFETA-367 | A gorgeous ball gown of blue silk taffeta and ivory lace designed by Balenciaga. From the 1954 edition of the French magazine "L'Officiel".

A gorgeous ball gown of blue silk taffeta and ivory lace designed by Balenciaga. From the 1954 edition of the French magazine "L'Officiel".