Fashion & me – a short info
For centuries, Fashion has been more of a business card than an object of desire it’s well-known for nowadays. It was the rise of the commerce at the end of the 19th century that raised a consciousness about the wearing and the garments. It’s when Vogue and Harper’s Bazaar were first published and first major labels established. Still, it was the shift into the postwar 20th century that turned fashion into the object of daily notes, analysis and desire. New labels emerged and Elle was made alive. The Swinging 60s and 70s saw the rise of the pret-a-porter along with a strong revolution we’re still marked by today. New philosophy turned trade, and soon was to be followed by new onboarding titles and names. So far, the internet-break boomed the industry with a new tool to sell and communicate. Printed press was soon declared to be dying and fading, just to find out there is still a way of bringing the online and paper world of fashion together.
Here, on the net-pages of Fashionnetbook.com I’d love to feature all I find needed to be shared with. Find the collections I find most stunning (also in my mind if there is no time to post about:)), the matters that counts more than a look and some writings posted just because. Also, for those who may concern, there is a compact dossier of my printed editorials and articles. Due to the limited space, I choose to feature the latest ones only. Should you have any questions, feel free to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org, I’d love to reply.
So far so good, have a fashion-nice-day,