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- make out of components (often in an improvising manner); "She fashioned a tent out of a sheet and a few sticks"
- characteristic or habitual practice
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- (style) manner: how something is done or how it happens; "her dignified manner"; "his rapid manner of talking"; "their nomadic mode of existence"; "in the characteristic New York style"; "a lonely way of life"; "in an abrasive fashion"
- A way of painting, writing, composing, building, etc., characteristic of a particular period, place, person, or movement
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New Contest For All Doll Types!: The Style is CANCELED
Mercedes Milane (middle one) designer, model and popstar is teaming up with punk rocker Bristol Sparkz (left) and the diva-ish glamorous Pia Parario (right) to run and judge an all new Fashion Competition: the Style. Auditions are open untill June 15th. Once you audition, you will be put in either Mercedes’, Bristol’s or Pia’s group based on your style. Mercede’s: hip, funky, , new. Bristol: goth, punk, scene, rock. Pia: girly, glam, cute etc… For each theme you will be judged based on which group you were put into. once in a group there is no turing back. Sometimes each group will have a different theme. Be prepared to colaberate as you will be working together sometimes on one model. Also be ready for smaller duels between two models. Get ready and get your audition photo in before June 11th. Use any doll you want, one per account.
Prizes will include:
Liv wig of choice.
Doll fashion pack of choice.
Polly Pocket Pretty Packet
Any Barbie Fashionista SS Head
028-Wearing your bank account
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Like a character in a fairy tale, Coco Chanel rose from being an ordinary seamstress to reigning as the queen of fashion. Chanel was stunningly independent, beautifully feminine, and irresistibly desirable to men; most important, she was never afraid to be herself. A pioneer in an industry dominated by men, she turned her style into the revolutionary chic that set her fashions apart. Borrowing copiously from the wardrobes of her illustrious lovers (among them the Duke of Westminter and Grand Duke Dimitri of Russia), Chanel took trousers, tweeds, riding clothes, cuff links, and even neckties, and cleverly transformed them into elegant women’s wear. With an understanding that only a female designer could have, she eased women’s formerly confining way of dressing, adapting the freedom of men’s clothing without sacrificing sensuality and femininity. Since then, women who seek the look of authority and supreme taste have embraced Chanel.
Fans of her couture will devour all the delectable stories behind such Chanel trademarks as fabulous fake pearls, minimalist hats, comfortable and beautifully structured suits, and legendary perfumes, and will marvel at the 150 astonishing photographs and illustrations. A delightful feast of pictures and words as stylish and elegant as the designer herself, Chanel Style celebrates the woman, the look, and the legend.
Coco Chanel: her name is synonymous with luxury and elegance. But little Gabrielle Chanel was raised in an orphanage and schooled in a convent–having lost her mother and been virtually abandoned by her father. She picked up the nickname Coco when she was a young cabaret singer–“Ko Ko Rik Ko” (“Cock-a-doodle-do”) being the only song she could sing. Those early years of deprivation fueled her lifelong pursuits of strong, doting men and, more famously, high fashion. After she spent years making her own clothes, hats were the first Chanel designs to earn her some recognition and a little bit of money. Bankrolled by a wealthy boyfriend–her first of many–and worn by famous opera singers, the hats–which liberated women from the complicated and extravagantly festooned headgear of the early 1900s–were the first of Chanel’s many successful fashion innovations. She borrowed heavily from men’s closets, belting their jackets and sweaters and pairing them with skirts to make comfortable suits for working women. She pioneered pants as eveningwear for women and invented clothing that could be worn during the day and into the night. A crisp white collar, perhaps a reference to her convent days, was a common element in her designs. She decorated her unstructured Jersey knits with pearl necklaces and faux jewels and furs so that, despite their comfort, her clothes were always luxurious. As her design empire and fame grew, so did Coco Chanel’s social circle. Igor Stravinsky, the duke of Westminster, Salvador Dali, and Jean Cocteau numbered among her most intimate friends, while Princess Grace and countless Hollywood stars and European royalty were devoted to her clothes.
Chanel: Her Style and Her Life combines large black-and-white photos of the designer, her clothes and jewelry, and her lavishly decorated homes with the story of her life. The result is a book that proves how closely Chanel’s career and her personal life were intertwined–how her life played out in her style and how her style, ultimately, was the sum of Coco Chanel’s life.