Historical and Theoretical

Research into Historical and theoretical fashion elements.
Jacques Fath’s last collections from 19-52-1954 also followed the same design pattern and Dior and Balenciaga with the ‘tiny waist’ look. The fur makes the garment look expensive and lavish, exactly what the customers wanted at the time, this is because of the ‘class divide’ where women who were wealthy wanted to show themselves off by wearing the most expensive clothing.
This image is from French Vogue in 1952, featuring Jacques collection.

Jacques Fath’s last collections from 19-52-1954 also followed the same design pattern and Dior and Balenciaga with the ‘tiny waist’ look. The fur makes the garment look expensive and lavish, exactly what the customers wanted at the time, this is because of the ‘class divide’ where women who were wealthy wanted to show themselves off by wearing the most expensive clothing.

This image is from French Vogue in 1952, featuring Jacques collection.

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