NOLA Vintage Expo 2014: St Louis Shag by Christian Frommelt & Jenny Shirar



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2014 New Orleans Vintage Fashion & Lifestyle Expo Fashion Show. St Louis Shag performed by Christian Frommelt & Jenny Shirar. Music by Shotgun Jazz Band. For more info on The New Orleans Vintage Fashion & Lifestyle Expo please visit:

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Vintage Revival Fashions. Fashion Designers – Christian Dior



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Christian Dior, born in Granville, Normandy, was an influential fashion designer known as the founder of one of the world’s top fashion houses. Although his family, who had made their fortune in the fertiliser business, wanted him to become a diplomat, his wish was to be involved in the arts, such as fashion and sketching. He began by selling his sketches on the streets for about ten cents each, and after graduating from school, his father helped him to open a small art gallery. After a family disadvantage, he had to close the gallery and it wasn’t until 1946 that Dior founded his own fashion house.

Christian Dior joined decided to become a fashion designer and joined couturier Robert Long’s fashion house in 1938. Shortly thereafter, Dior was required to serve in the army to fight in the Second World War. In 1942, after completing his military service, Christian Dior moved to Paris and worked at Lucien Lelong’s design house. The year 1947 marked the unveiling of Dior’s famous “New Look.” This “New Look” was more voluptuous and featured a full skirt, cinched waist, rounded shoulders, and a beautiful silhouette. Christian Dior sought to show off the beautiful and curvaceous female form. In 1947, Dior was awarded the Neiman Marcus award for his creative and adventurous “New Look” fashions. By the 1950s Dior took the lead in the clothing and fashion industries. His designs gave women a much more feminine look such as the Princess Line, in 1953, that soon became popular with the A-Line skirts. He also challenged the wartime austerity look by his lavish use of bold material. It was after the war that women desired a more feminine and elegant kind of look and Dior gave it to them thus becoming the leader of a major turning point in terms of fashion.

Elegance dictated the new trend, and even though Dior was producing what women elected as the new trends, Hollywood had a major role in fifties fashion because they helped with their indirect advertising. Elegant and classic styles, such as the ones Christian Dior was offering in combination with flowers, stripes, spots and abstract shapes, were splashed across fashion and glamour magazines like Vogue and Women’s Weekly; and Marilyn Monroe, Audrey Hepburn, and Grace Kelly, idols of the time, became style icons by using these new designs, portraying a continental alternative defined as chic and modern.

However, Dior was not the only brand that was emerging in the post war era. Christian Dior faced a challenge when Chanel appeared in the industry with a new design: The Chanel suit. The collarless, fitted jacket bonded with the skirt below the knees was all about elegance and sophistication and women were rapidly, as what happens with the fashion trends, changing their minds about the new and upcoming designs. In 1957, Christian Dior died in Montecatini, Italy at the age of 52. After his death, Dior’s granddaughter took over the company and together with his original innovative designs, and her creative outlook, the company reached new heights. Dior originally marketed clothing but over time, the brand expanded to include sunglasses, make-up, watches, shoes, furs, gloves, perfumes, jewellery, and ready-to-wear clothing. The Dior brand has become an international sensation and has flagship boutiques in cities such as New York, London, Milan, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Hong Kong, Madrid, Shanghai, Boston, Seoul, Barcelona, and New Delhi.

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Vintage Revival Fashions – Fashion Designers – Christian Dior



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Christian Dior, born in Granville, Normandy, was an influential fashion designer known as the founder of one of the world’s top fashion houses. Although his family wanted him to become a diplomat, his wishes were to be involved in the arts, such as fashion and sketching. He began by selling his sketches on the streets for about ten cents each, and after graduating from school, his father helped him to open a small art gallery. After a family disadvantage, he had to close the art gallery and it wasn’t until 1946 that Dior founded his own fashion house.

It wasn’t until the 1950’s that Dior took the lead in the clothing and fashion industries. His designs gave women a much more feminine look such as the Princess Line, in 1953, that soon became popular with the A-Line skirts. He also challenged the wartime austerity look by his lavish use of bold material. It was after the war that women desired a more feminine and elegant kind of look and Dior gave it to them thus becoming the leader of a major turning point in terms of fashion.

Elegance dictated the new trend and even though Dior was producing what women elected as the new trends, Hollywood had a major role in fifties’ fashion because they helped with their indirect advertising. Elegant and classic styles, such as the ones Christian Dior was offering in combination with flowers, stripes, spots and abstract shapes, were splashed across fashion and glamour magazines like Vogue and Women’s Weekly; and Marilyn Monroe, Audrey Hepburn and Grace Kelly, idols of the time, became style icons by using these new designs, portraying a continental alternative defined as chic and modern.

However, Dior was not the only brand that was emerging in the post war era. Christian Dior faced a challenge when Chanel appeared in the industry with a new design: The Chanel suit. The collarless, fitted jacket bonded with the skirt below the knees was all about elegance and sophistication and women were rapidly, as what happens with the fashion trends, changing their minds about the new and upcoming designs.

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Christian Dior Fur Fashion Show in London (1969) | Vintage Fashion



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Christian Dior fur fashion show, London, taken from the British Pathe reel “Extra!! Fur Fashions”. Frederick Castet puts on this show in collaboration with Christian Dior, it was on Conduit Street.

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Christian Dior’s New Fashion Underwear Look (1948) | Vintage Fashion



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The video shares a new look underwear corset at the London House. This underwear has shoulder pads and hip pads attached.

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Before television, people came to movie theatres to watch the news. British Pathé was at the forefront of cinematic journalism, blending information with entertainment to popular effect. Over the course of a century, it documented everything from major armed conflicts and seismic political crises to the curious hobbies and eccentric lives of ordinary people. If it happened, British Pathé filmed it.

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1954 Christian Dior Couture Dress | Vintage Sacramento Preview



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