Iconic garments: here are 5 that have made the history of fashion

Iconic garments: here are 5 that have made the history of fashion

Here are 5 iconic garments that have become a real must have for all fashion victims: let's see them together

There are some garments that have become iconic in the history of fashion. Garments with simple and essential lines, which have conquered hundreds of women and which have been declined in a thousand different ways depending on the decade in which they were worn. Let's see five together!

The 5 iconic garments that have made the history of fashion: the two-tone Chanel slingbacks

The two-tone shoes were created in 1957 by Mademoiselle Chanel and had the strategic advantage of lengthening the leg being beige, but of making the foot smaller, since the toe is black. Since then, they have been revisited in dozens of different versions, but have never lost their charm!

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The 5 iconic garments that have made the history of fashion: Louboutin décolleté

The model of desire is the black Pigalle, pointed and with heel 12, whose name derives from one of the most famous districts of Paris, the one where the Moulin Rouge stands. Legend has it that the red sole is of this color because Christian Louboutin originally colored it with the enamel of one of his employees!

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The 5 iconic garments that have made the history of fashion: the Burberry trench coat

Born in the trench (hence the name trench), it was industrially made by the Burberry brand starting from the early twentieth century in gabardine, the waterproof fabric that made this shoulder garment iconic.

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The 5 iconic garments that have made the history of fashion: Levi's jeans

From the garment used for hard work, up to a century-old garment: Levi's jeans, a brand universally known for its denim trousers. The famous 501, so called because the models were numbered in progression, were produced for the first time in 1890 … and we still wear them today. Incredible huh?

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The 5 iconic garments that have made the history of fashion: the Hermès Birkin

Dedicated to Jane Birkin, legend has it that the idea of ​​this bag was born during a Paris-London flight in 1984. The English actress, who was traveling with her two-year-old daughter Lou, complained to the traveling companion of the fact that her bag never had enough space to hold what she needed. By chance, the travel companion in question was Jean-Louis Dumas, president of the Hermès fashion house. As the saying goes, the rest is history!

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