sabato 13 febbraio 2016

Look Total Black



EN. There was a time where wearing total black was sign of mourning. But then black in the 1980s black was trasformed into an intellectual style. 
Today the total black look is the uniform of the world traveling fashion set.
Chic, modern and smart.
There was a time when wearing all black was a sign that someone was in mourning for a lost loved one. But then back in the 1980s the arrival of a number of cerebral designers from Asia like Rei Kawakubo of Comme des Garçons and Yohji Yamamoto transformed wearing black into an intellectual style statement. There was, of course, also Yves Saint Laurent who was fascinated by the hue and played with the many shades of black throughout his career with great success. - See more at: http://www.vogue.it/en/trends/vogue-manias/2012/03/look-total-black#sthash.gJdJXOed.dpuf
There was a time when wearing all black was a sign that someone was in mourning for a lost loved one. But then back in the 1980s the arrival of a number of cerebral designers from Asia like Rei Kawakubo of Comme des Garçons and Yohji Yamamoto transformed wearing black into an intellectual style statement. There was, of course, also Yves Saint Laurent who was fascinated by the hue and played with the many shades of black throughout his career with great success. - See more at: http://www.vogue.it/en/trends/vogue-manias/2012/03/look-total-black#sthash.gJdJXOed.dpuf


IT. Un tempo vestirsi di nero significava essere in lutto. Poi la moda degli anni Ottanta ha trasformato il nero in una dichiarazione di stile.
Oggi il total black è una sorta di divisa degli addetti ai lavori della moda.
Chic, moderno, elegante il nero ha sempre il suo perché.


Outfit: Tally Weijl


 
There was a time when wearing all black was a sign that someone was in mourning for a lost loved one. But then back in the 1980s the arrival of a number of cerebral designers from Asia like Rei Kawakubo of Comme des Garçons and Yohji Yamamoto transformed wearing black into an intellectual style statement. There was, of course, also Yves Saint Laurent who was fascinated by the hue and played with the many shades of black throughout his career with great success. - See more at: http://www.vogue.it/en/trends/vogue-manias/2012/03/look-total-black#sthash.gJdJXOed.dpuf

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