I love reading people. I really enjoy watching, observing, and being able to figure out a person, the reason they wore that dress, the reason they smell the way they do...
I want to revisit one of life's eternal questions: if you have a dress you love, how often can you wear it before reaching an unacceptable number of "repeats"? For me, this became more than a theoretical question when I fell in love with a very simple design of little black dress...
Chanel introduced it in a time between the wars, when the bright colors, prints and heavy embroideries dominated the fashion. Very few things in fashion have stood the test of time like the "little black dress. Audrey Hepburn, while filming Breakfast at Tiffany's ,declared it was an unspoken Rule of Fashion that every women had to own a little black dress in order to have a complete wardrobe.
American Vogue in 1926 featured a small photo editorial for a brand new black dress by Coco Chanel. This simply black dress was knee length, framed by straight drop lines. Vogue's editors raved about the new dress design, labeling it "Chanel's Ford," comparing it to the Model T which made cars accessible to the masses for the first time.
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