BOF's fashion history series continues. Christian Dior is the subject of the seventh installment. #fashionhistory

Christian Dior (1905-1957)

Reason - Christian Dior was a major fashion designer of the and BOF's fashion history series continues. Christian Dior is the subject of the seventh installment.

An Infographic detailing the history of Vivienne Westwood, the iconic fashion designer.

An Infographic detailing the history of Vivienne Westwood, the iconic fashion designer. / Now Thanks to Nana I mist own a VW piece hahaha

Fashion Designer: Jeanne Lanvin Link: http://www.theguardian.com/fashion/gallery/2015/mar/05/jeanne-lanvin-palais-galliera-paris-exhibition-in-pictures

Jeanne Lanvin (1867-1946)

Fashion Designer: Jeanne Lanvin Link: http://www.theguardian.com/fashion/gallery/2015/mar/05/jeanne-lanvin-palais-galliera-paris-exhibition-in-pictures

Yves Saint Laurent

Yves Saint Laurent (1936-2008)

Yves Saint Laurent was Christian Dior's assistant and even ran Dior when Christian passed in But then left to create his own name.

Nina Ricci - Fact Box

Nina Ricci (1883-1970)

Learn the history of the trench then enter our contest for a chance to win a Walter Baker trench coat #WalterBaker

Here's an awesome infographic all about the iconic trench coat. Shop our trench coats in our officially authorized Walter Baker boutique.

Elsa Shiaparelli, Chanel’s arch enemy, who flirted with surrealism and brought shock factor into fashion. Elsa Schiaparelli shot to fame by mixing in Parisian society’s right circles which took her all the way to Hollywood where she dressed Greta Garbo and Mae West.

Elsa Schiaparelli (1890-1973)

Elsa Shiaparelli, Chanel’s arch enemy, who flirted with surrealism and brought…

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