Girl Power: Women of Fashion
We review some of the female figures that inspired the industry
History has proven that women have been a key element in the creation, communication and consumption of the fashion sector. As feminine as it is exciting, this industry has multiple figures that deserve to be recognized; Today we remember those who -without a doubt- have already managed to place themselves in the history books.
Some of them are...
Perhaps the most famous of all. Founder of the Chanel brand, throughout her extensive career, she proposed pieces that became iconic and practically historical; This Frenchwoman -born in 1883 and died in 1971- was responsible for the beautiful black dresses with collars, the famous Chanel suit and even the classic knitted fabric in suits for sophisticated women. As if that were not enough, he also entered the perfume industry with resounding success.
He was born in the 1930s in the most beautiful city of all, London. A good part of his fame is due to the fact that he promoted mini skirts, a garment that during the sixties scandalized part of the population and fell in love with the rest. Time proved him right. The women of the time found in their designs a voice of liberation, femininity and pride that is worth celebrating.
Although she is one of the women who made a career in the seventh art, her nod to fashion was given thanks to her style, her foray into modeling and, of course, a series of looks that have been reproduced on the pages of newspapers for decades. endless magazines. Nobody! You can forget her role in the movie Breakfast at Tiffany's (1961), where she wore a black Givenchy dress in front of the Tiffany window. Iconic.
absolute inspiration. Born in Venezuela, it was in the eighties when she moved to New York and everything began: Her brand and her success. Over time, it has forged a recognizable style thanks to sophistication, attention to detail and of course, very defined silhouettes that include its full skirts, jackets and suits for the contemporary woman.