A fashion with a sudden burst of popularity.
A characteristic or distinctive form of dress that exists independent of fashion.
Clothes to cater to a wide range of customers; ready to wear clothing.
French term for “Fine Tailoring.”
A fashion that retains general acceptance over a very extended period of time.
The movement of a fashion into and through the marketplace.
A cross between couture and mass market.
The currently accepted prevailing style.
One of the 4 major fashion capitals.
One of the 4 major fashion capitals.
One of the 4 major fashion capitals.
One of the 4 major fashion capitals.
One of the main fashion seasons.
designer uses less expensive fabrics and cut details on some designs to create an affordable garment
American fashion designer known for his All American casual look and simple and unique logo.
French fashion designer who is known for his designer luggage pattern with his initials on it.
French fashion designer known for the “little black dress”
Italian fashion designing duo known for creating pieces that can be described as “modern romantic” and can be worn in different ways.
American fashion designer known for his jeans and sportswear
American fashion designer known for his preppy and vintage looks. One of his most well-known lines is his Polo collection of menswear.
French fashion designer who created the “new look,” which included dresses for women that had a closely fitting bodice and long, full skirt. He is credited for giving women back joy in fashion after World War II.
American fashion designer who creates funky, youthful fashions that have a sense of humor. She does a cartwheel at the end of each of her fashion shows.
American fashion designer who is known for his ready-to-wear garments and accessories.
London designer known for versatility and “hooligan English fashion”
American designer known for elegant wear with drama
London designer know for shoes
American designer known for detailed wedding gowns
American designer know for blue jeans with rivets

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