Monday, 28 May 2012

28 rue taitbout - paris

didn't know much about the 19th century french maison laferrière. the maison used to be big as charles frederick worth's one (but laferrière couldn't appreciate the title of 'father' of haute couture or any prestigious similarities, probable because of a lack of self-promotion vision), and since all this french fashion ebullition started to show up as something really considerable on the business scenario, americans' department stores started to send buyers to paris in order to acquire samples of their creations, with the intention to build replicas (not copies, cause i don't want to sound too demi-mondaine). more than a century after, and well, in this aspect, looking to the brazilian fashion environment, i can annoyingly quite assimilate my profession to this elderly one

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