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EVE CORRIGAN (MAHLIA KENT) Mahlia Kent was Coco Chanel's fabric creator. Today, the company consists of a creative team coming from 15 different nationalities, under the direction of ex-fashion model - EVE CORRIGAN (French - American Mahlia Kent has over 50 years of long term relations with artists, designers and…
Julien Macdonald
Part of the Series: Designer Marathon Volume 4
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Designer Marathon Volume 3
In a world where designer labels come and go at the drop of a fashionable hat, only the strongest survive. Designer Marathon takes you from the humblest of beginnings through the most spectacular creations that catapulted these designers and design houses to fame. We map out a career timeline of…
Karl Lagerfeld
Part of the Series: Designer Marathon Volume 3
Quite possibly the most recognizable face in fashion, and certainly the most prolific man in the business, Karl Lagerfeld fully explores his own idiosyncratic style when helming his eponymous label. How he does this while also creating sensational collections for Chanel and Fendi, (and for 20 years, Chloe as well)…
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Part of the Series: Designer Marathon Volume 5
The Moschino label, founded by Italian designer Franco Moschino in 1983, has always taken an irreverent and playful take on fashion. The whimsical designer, who was also interested in pop culture, often imbued his collections with tongue-in cheek references, such as a T-shirt which depicted a television tuned to "Channel…
Chanel, Stella McCartney, and Dries van Noten - Paris Fall 2016
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Karl Lagerfeld, Dries Van Noten and Stella McCartney - Paris Spring 2016
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ChloƩ
Part of the Series: Designer Marathon Volume 5
Created in 1952 by Gaby Aghion, the house of Chloe projected a bohemian spirit from its very beginning. In 1966 the 28 year-old Karl Lagerfeld became head designer at the luxury pret-a-porter house. He left in 1983 and Martine Sitbon spent 5 years at the helm. Lagerfeld returned in 1992…