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  • 1. Fashion Capitols
  • 2. Design Capitals of the World
    • There are many cities around the world that host a strong fashion economy but 5 major cities are considered by most to be the centers of the fashion world.
    • ??Which five cities do you think host fashion for the world??
    • (Hand out notes sheet now)
  • 3. Milan Milan
  • 4. Milan, Italy
    • Casual elegance
    • Luxurious fabrics
    • Italian couturiers, such as Valentino is based in Rome
    • Milan is seen as the fashion capital of Italy because it is the venue for the Italian designer collections, which take place at an exhibition center called the Diera di Milano or the Milan Fair
  • 5. Video Clip: The Fashion Industry: Milan, Italy
    • http://player.discoveryeducation.com/index.cfm?guidAssetId=9BF0EDC1-8088-4960-9F0D-EE4ED882C5B3&blnFromSearch=1&productcode=US
  • 6. Dolce & Gabbana
    • Giorgio Armani
  • 7. Italian Designers
    • Giorgio Armani
    • Alma Couture
    • Filippo Alpi Femme
    • Maria Grazia Amoretti
    • Roberta Badio
    • Maurizio Baldassari
    • Renato Balestra
    • Federico Bano
    • Laura Biagiotti
    • Blumarine
    • Chiara Boni
    • Mariella Burano
    • Cailand
    • Callaghan
    • Armando Calo
    • Capucine
    • Gianna Cassoli
    • Emilio Cavallini
    • Ernestina Cerini
    • Anna e Cristina Costi
    • Raffaella Curiel
    • Roberta De Castello
    • Dolce e Gabbana
    • Elicolaj
    • Erreuno
    • Fendi
    • Salvatore Ferragamo
    • Gianfranco Ferre
    • Alberta Ferretti
    • Fiore
    • Floranna
    • Gianluca Gabrielli
    • M. Galante per Circolare
    • Raniero Gattinoni
    • Genny
    • Daniela Gerini
    • Gherardini Istante
    • Juditte
    • Bill Kaiserman
    • Krizia
    • Andre Laug
    • Paola Marzotto
    • Max Mara
    • Anna Mucci
    • Gioia Nordi
    • Tita Rossi
    • Tivioli
    • Mario Valentino
    • Gianni Versace
  • 8. Paris
  • 9. Paris, France
    • Chic and stylish
    • Home of famous couture houses such as Dior and Chanel
    • One of the best known French designers and a pioneer of ready to wear is Yves Saint Laurent. He consistently turned out stylish, quality garments over many years.
    • One of the innovators of French fashion is Jean Paul Gauliter. He designs unusual witty clothes which stand apart from the main thrust of French style. He has created designs for Madonna.
  • 10. Video Clip: Paris Fashion Show
    • http://player.discoveryeducation.com/index.cfm?guidAssetId=BD99B2C8-AD9D-401C-A576-26C622BBD19F&blnFromSearch=1&productcode=US
  • 11.
    • Christian Dior
    • Yves Saint Laurent
  • 12. French Designers
    • Jin Abe
    • Balenciaga
    • Dorothee Bis
    • Cerruti Femme
    • Chanel
    • Chloe
    • Enrico Coveri
    • Christian Dior
    • Louis Feraud
    • Jean-Paul Gaultier
    • Louis Vuitton
    • Hiroko Koshino
    • Christian Lacroix
    • Karl Lagerfeld
    • Guy Laroche
    • Matsuda
    • Issey Miyake
    • Claude Montana
    • Thierry Mugler
    • Bernard Perris
    • Nina Ricci
    • Sonia Rykiel
    • Yves Saint Laurent
    • Jean-Louis Scherrer
    • Emanuel Ungaro
    • Valentino
    • Kansi Yamamoto
    • Yohji Yamamoto
    • Romeo Gigli
    • Givenchy
    • Kenzo
  • 13. London
  • 14. London, England
    • Known for unusual designs
    • Young market and popular appeal
    • Well known names include Zandra Rhodes, Katharine Hamnett (known for slogan t-shirts) and Bruce Oldfield who designs glamorous evening wear
  • 15.
    • Bruce Oldfield
    • Vivienne Westwood
  • 16. British Designers
    • Bodymap
    • Joe Casely-Hayford
    • Caroline Charles
    • Nick Coleman
    • Paul Costelloe
    • Ghost
    • Pam Hogg
    • Betty Jackson
    • Bruce Oldfield
    • Ednia Ronay
    • Vivienne Westwood
    • Workers for Freedom
  • 17. New York
  • 18. New York, New York, U.S.A.
    • Clean-cut casual style reflecting the sporty, health-conscious life styles of many Americans
    • The fashion industry in New York is based around Seventh Avenue
    • Classic coats, separates and jeans
    • Ralph Lauren designs casually elegant clothes in natural fabrics and Donna Karan works with practical, sophisticated women’s wear
  • 19.
    • Calvin Klein
    • Donna Karan
  • 20. Video Clip: Bargain Hunting on 5 th Ave.
    • http://player.discoveryeducation.com/index.cfm?guidAssetId=8A1E1BCD-E14E-4A5B-8BC8-403B434F0AAA&blnFromSearch=1&productcode=US
  • 21. American Designers
    • Geoffrey Beene
    • Tommy Hilfiger
    • Bill Blass
    • Oscar De La Renta
    • Tom Ford (Gucci)
    • Halston
    • Carolina Herrera
    • Norma Kamali
    • Donna Karan
    • Calvin Klein
    • Ralph Lauren
    • Mary McFadden
    • Mary Ann Restivo
    • Scassi
    • Pauline Trigere
  • 22. Video Clip: Twiggy Visits New York
    • http://player.discoveryeducation.com/index.cfm?guidAssetId=208A8B8D-34FD-4FD2-AAAD-048F4CBD94A3&blnFromSearch=1&productcode=US
  • 23. Tokyo
  • 24. Tokyo, Japan
    • Loose and apparently unstructured look, the result of complicated cutting techniques
    • Colors are often subtle, and somber
    • Fabrics are rich and textured
    • Many of the famous names in Japanese fashion now work in Europe or the USA, but the Tokyo designer collections are still a major international fashion event
    • Famous names in Japanese fashion include Kenzo, known for layered looks and highly original knitwear.
  • 25.
    • Junko Koshino
    Kansai Yamamoto
  • 26. Japanese Designers
    • Jin Abe
    • Barbara Bui
    • Hiroko Koshino
    • Junko Koshino
    • Issey Miyake
    • Hanae Mori
    • Yuki Torii International
    • Kansai Yamamoto

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