SEVERAL DESIGNERS IN THE HISTORY OF FASHION HAVE MARKED TURNING POINTS FROM WHICH THE "ART OF DRESSING" WOULD NO LONGER BE THE SAME.
One of the first revolutions in the field was certainly the revisitation of the tailleur by Yves Saint Laurent in 1966, turning it into a smoking for women.
Another step that brought the style to a different conception of the fabric and the dress itself is signed by Paco Rabanne, who in the 60s dress up Françoise Hardy with a metal sheath dress.
To come to more recent times one of the designers who have shaken the world of fashion, has perhaps been Shayne Oliver with his brand Hood By Air and the link that he established with the world of art, in the vision of a style called “street gothic” .
One of the greatest contemporary designers is instead Vivienne Westwood, who with the campaigns shot by Juergen Teller, gives to the public the occasion to reflect on consumerism and the environments changes.
Phoebe Philo gave life to a major turning point when, for an advertising campaign, she asked to the eighty years old journalist Joan Didion to pose, giving life to a new image of the woman’s style, which is still extremely contemporary.
We shouldn’t mention the Georgian designer Demna Gvasalia who, with Vetements and then Balenciaga, has revolutionized the concept of streetwear, going to emphasize the main characteristics and renew lines, shapes and structures.