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Audrey and Givenchy: A Fashion Love Affair by Cindy De La Hoz

By Cindy De La Hoz

The phrases “Audrey style" conjure photos of ballet apartments, little black attire, bateau necklines, capri pants, and numerous attractive fashions.

Audrey Hepburn, the style icon, acquired her commence within the early Fifties, simply as a tender French fashion designer, Hubert de Givenchy, was once starting his mythical profession. jointly Audrey and Givenchy have been a super assembly of minds. Over the process their forty-year friendship partnership, either turned model icons whose collaborations prompted traits for generations to come.

Audrey and Givenchy is a party in their paintings either onscreen and stale, that includes model profiles on such classics as Sabrina, Breakfast at Tiffany's, Charade, the best way to thieve 1000000, and maybe maximum of all, humorous Face (who might omit the numerous seems to be of Audrey's transformation from dowdy librarian to high-fashion model?). additionally protecting their maximum off-screen model hits for awards exhibits and occasions and that includes photographs all through, Audrey and Givenchy is a gorgeous show off of the main influential teaming of famous person and clothier in model background.

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Botte de cavalier Talon ferré pied de biche Perse, XVIIe siècle Musée international de la Chaussure, Romans 42 43 Elle est adoptée par le royaume d’Akkad. Puis, elle se répand en Asie Mineure où les Hittites en font un élément de leur costume national. -C. Les Phéniciens, grands navigateurs, contribuent à la diffusion de ce soulier pointu à Chypre, à Mycènes et en Crête. Soulier ayant appartenu à Henri II de Montmorency Cuir orné d’une fleur de lys sur l’empeigne, initiales du duc sur le rabat, France, XVIIe siècle Musée international de la Chaussure, Romans (dépôt du Musée national du Moyen Âge, Thermes de Cluny, Paris) 44 45 Il est représenté sur les fresques des palais crétois.

Souliers de femme Damas brodé de fils d’or et d’argent France, époque Louis XIV, XVIIe siècle Musée international de la Chaussure, Romans (dépôt du Musée national du Moyen Âge, Thermes de Cluny, Paris) 40 41 En 1938, une mission archéologique découvre en Syrie, dans un temple de la ville de Tell Brak, un soulier en argile à bout relevé. -C. La forme à bout relevé, apportée par des conquérants montagnards, se justifie par le relief du sol. Botte de cavalier Talon ferré pied de biche Perse, XVIIe siècle Musée international de la Chaussure, Romans 42 43 Elle est adoptée par le royaume d’Akkad.

Elle a été utilisée, du haut en bas de l’échelle sociale, par tous les individus du groupe considéré et, de groupe en groupe, par le monde entier. Souliers de femme Peau bleue avec des ornements brodés d’argent Italie, XVIIe siècle Musée international de la Chaussure, Romans (dépôt du Musée national du Moyen Âge, Thermes de Cluny, Paris) 36 37 Ainsi, si nous ne disposons d’aucune preuve concrète, il semble que l’homme a toujours, d’instinct, protégé ses pieds pour se déplacer. Ces chaussures, à l’état d’ébauche, n’ont alors sans doute qu’une fonction utilitaire Le choix de la matière était largement déterminé par la capacité des matériaux utilisés à protéger les pieds contre la rudesse des conditions.

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