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|Style Icon Coco Chanel Coco Chanel is a style icon. Opinionated, stubborn and determined she altered the course of fashion history through her unique talent and eye for trends and social change. Early in her career, her brilliant business sense, was evident, as she went against the norm and used jersey. traditionally only used for mens underwear, it had a soft hand and flow, which for the bulk of her early clothing designs, worked perfectly. It was a unique choice, but the lower price point of the fabric allowed for her keep working long after the First World War began. Often inspired by mens wear and comfort she sought ways to enhance the female form, her brand of clothing and accessories, all reflected a strong belief system about fashion, clothing, life and style. Coco Chanel once said that "Elegance is about refusal". Obviously she lived what she believed. Women were still wearing constrictive undergarments and costumes with long skirts, although sometimes made of chiffon or silk, usually, day clothes were most often rough, stable fabrics, cottons, linens, or twill. The piecework in this jersey dress (on display at the Metropolitan Museum in 2010) shows her extensive knowledge and ability to utilize piecework for styling and fit. Using the natural stretch of the jersey allowed the dress to hug the body, while still allowing for free unrestricted movement. The meticulous attention to detail, fit and style became her trademarks. By 1926 she knew she had established a strong name the design house when American Vogue called her LBD (Little Black Dress) a "Classic Ford" (American Vogue, 1926). Simple and elegant lines, were not the norm, but Chanel "wanted to give women comfortable clothes" after all Moncler Jacket For Kids a woman is closest to being naked when she is well dressed". The LBD (day version), is just as stylish today as it was in 1927. The three sided vantage point shows the elements that are still in use today, a slightly longer back, looser fit and dropped waists have been showing up in recent shows. Fitting details include pintucks to fit the back, shoulders, and wrists, traditionally used with fine Moncler MOKA Women Down Coats Black cottons or silks, in lingerie. Bias bindings to encase the neckline and hems, another technique traditionally used with fine sewing. Black was historically, only worn by those in mourning, Chanel brought it into daytime, for the elegant and style conscious. The fabric s fluidity for women s day wear was remarkable. We see in her designs that the woman s form, was the center of the design. Although, she is known as the designer who made clothes for her own body type, those who were slight, and of small stature could appreciate clothing that to not overwhelm them. In the movie Coco, she states "why should men have all the comfort" she goes on to state "these distasteful styles made me seem powerless " (paraphrased from Coco The Movie, English Translation ) The left design is an original by Coco the right is by Karl Langerfield "I don t do fashion. I am fashion" Coco Chanel In 1953, at age 70, she reopened the doors to Chanel Couture. It took three seasons for her new suits of tweed, braids, chains without collars and slim fitting skirts began to gain popularity. The one identifying feature of a Couture Chanel is the embedded chain in the hem. She invented this technique ( those of us, who design and sew are in awe) and anyone who has ever tried on an original Chanel piece can appreciate the masterful way the coat hugs the frame from the shoulder. She continued her work until her death in 1971, always stylish and always expressing herself through her clothing. There are few women who have had the impact that Coco Chanel did, and while there are many stories that surround her personal life, the one thing we know about Coco was her undying sense of style and her strong independent spirit pushed the social boundaries towards clothing, her legacy reaches much farther than the 20th century, for the unique timeless quality, its practicality, but more so, because she used clothing to aid women in attaining personal style, liberation and freedom of choice to dress for their body type and lifestyles. A monumental feat for one woman. There is little doubt that her unique world view and ability to change the face of fashion, no Moncler Cluny Women Jackets For Down Ariege Waist Zip Black matter what the age, makes her irreplaceable.
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ANTOINETTE CHASSE OUELLETTE VAN BUREN Antoinette (Chasse) Ouellette, 82, died Nov. 28, 2011, after a short illness at Borderview Rehabilitation and Living Center, Van Buren. She was born May 22, 1929, in Van Buren, daughter of Ernest and Regina (Berube) Chasse. Antoinette was a devoted mother and grandmother, and was upbeat, practical and always had a smile for all who knew her. Her greatest enjoyment in life was spending time with her children, family and friends. Her favorite pastimes were playing bingo and card games, especially Scat and Canasta. She had a great sense of humor and frequently watched reruns of "I Love Lucy" and "The Golden Girls." In her younger Fashion Moncler Clairy Dowe Jacket Blue years, she looked forward to winter, loved walking in the evening when the snow was falling, enthralled with its beauty. The Christmas season was her favorite time of year. She got very excited about putting up her Christmas tree and manger. The family tradition was taking short rides around town to see all the bright lights. She is survived by four children, Donald Ouellette and his wife, Rita, of Hampden, Michael and Mark Ouellette of Van Buren, and Deb Corey and her significant other, Jerry Dickinson, of Washburn; six loving grandchildren, Michelle Allmon, Stephan Ouellette, Brad Corey, Heath Ouellette, Nikki and Karie Ouellette; four special great grandchildren, Rylee Ayotte, Emma and Ellie Allmon, and Parker Corey; sister Corrine Cormier; several brothers in law and sisters in law; many nieces and nephews. In addition to her parents, Antoinette was predeceased by her beloved husband, Leo James Ouellette; son, Gary Ouellette; son in law, Rick Corey; brothers, Arthur, Guy, Artie and Philip; sister, Loretta; several brothers in law and sisters in law. Saturday, Dec. 10, at St. Bruno St. Interment afterward, weather permitting. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to St. Peter Chanel Parish Needs Fund, 174 Main St., Van Buren, ME 04785. Bates College student studying abroad goes missing in RomeMaine State Prison inmate found deadMissing Bates College student found dead in Italy railroad tunnelNew emission standards for wood stoves will drive up costs, thwarting desired effect, say Maine manufacturer, dealerMDI woman jailed for third drug arrest in 15 months Maine is underpaying nursing homes $30 million. Will the Legislature bring them relief?It s DHHS decision, not the Legislature s, to cancel Alexander s Medicaid contractSaturday, Feb. 22, 2014: Camden zoning, Second Amendment, education costs, flight bumpsFirst a parent, then a scholar: How this Maine woman finally completed collegePotholeland Zach Gilpin scores 38 in Hampden s East Class A title victory over Oxford HillsMelmed s late heroics lift Old Town boys basketball team past Caribou for first EM crown since 1991Finland men hockey team shuts out US to capture bronze in SochiTourney teams shouldn t let one player beat themDespite judging, doping scandals, Russia says Games broke the ice of skepticism GEORGE OUTDOOR NEWS Lyme disease horror story is a must read for MainersAGREE TO DISAGREE Should Bangor increase its minimum wage?A PEEK INTO PISCATAQUIS Runner up Ice Cream PieRECOVERY ROCKS Dealing with PTSD, anxiety and addictionCATCHING Moncler Kids Girl Down Coats With Hood Zip Blue HEALTH What can happen when adult children care for their elderly parents Bangor father s love for his son means anything I m invited to he s invited to Old Town woman struck, killed by car remembered as gifted healer, actress, artistPortland biker turns losing football bet into fundraising effort, goes viral with pink beardMy mom isn t just Moncler Pharrell Vest mean, she s a nightmare. Help!Maine artist Mathew O Donnell s paintings on display at Bangor Public Library
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