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Indeed, Balenciaga's expert tailoring skills were matched by his balenciaga triple s black innovation with fabrics. He started each collection with a swatch of material rather than a sketch, "a real sign of somebody who's a maker rather than just a thinker, " says Davies-Strodder. So paper-thin taffeta appears almost air-whipped and a hat made of layers of cellophane and ramie has required more conservation than any other item, but still retains the lustre of a crown of mussels over 50 years later. Silk-gazar  which he developed with Swiss textile house Abraham  is a "fabulous fabric to work with, it reacts really well to humidity and steam, you can shape it and get a crisp finish, " says Hackett. ÿþFreeze, Kitty Girls! On this week's episode of The Official RuPaul's Drag Race Podcast we're having so much fun, it's criminal! That's because the beautiful ball queen from Season 3, Mariah Paris Balenciaga (aka Mug4Dayz), is on board for this week's podcast ride-along.

In the Balenciaga Fall 2017 menswear show yesterday, designer Demna Gvasalia plastered Bernie Sanders's campaign-style graphics on the back of bomber jackets, on T-shirts, on scarfs as big as blankets, and even on nail art, leaving us to deduce that the "it boy" of balenciaga green international luxury fashion, the darling of press, buyers and parent company Kering, is also a Bernie Bro. The Balenciaga show notes indicate corporate officewear as the designer's inspiration and tailored suiting and Wall Street beige trench coats were on full display. But how ironic that Sanders, who stood for blue-collar, working- and middle-class, anti-corporate values, and who wore an ill-fitting department store suit and scuffed shoes throughout the balenciaga sneakers sale election, should find himself transported into the upper echelons of Paris fashion, his imprint on 4000 dollar satin bomber jackets.

These really are strange times. Then again, maybe not& Gvasalia presented his collection in Paris mere days before the 45th president of the United States takes office and it's safe to say there has never been a more controversial choice for the office. Balenciaga's spotlight on Sanders is noteworthy given that the "also-rans" in any political campaign are usually the quickest forgotten, their loss rendering them immediately irrelevant, the sight of their promotional stickers on car windows and half-ripped posters on walls like seeing Christmas decorations still hanging in February. It's unprecedented that a losing candidate (who, in this case, never made it past the primaries) suddenly becomes cooler.

Al Gore after the 2000 election dived balenciaga dad shoes nobly into environmentalism while John McCain in 2008 and Mitt Romney in 2012 retreated back into the relatively unfashionable world of politics. Sweatshirts recalling their old campaign logos might have been worn to clean out the garage but were in no danger of becoming the latest global must-have, waiting-list item. In the weeks before his inauguration the president-elect has been busy assembling a cabinet that represents big business for the bloated 1 percent. This was cleverly reflected in Balenciaga's oversized tailoring, exaggerated shoulders and irreverently off-kilter shirt and tie boardroom combinations. Gvasalia's corporate agenda does not go unchecked: it's worn with dodgy dad-sneakers, nerdy glasses, demure leather Jackie O-style pocketbooks that loop around the wrist, slacks with awkward bunching crotches and super low-slung waists cinched with disco-glittery belts.

That inaccessible, high-fashion price tag is the result of a number of factors adjacent to politics, including capitalism, class stratification, and the need for fair compensation for those involved in its production and for workers in general, argued fashion industry staffer Anya Schulman. ÿþIn the 1940s and '50s, Cristobal Balenciaga, the son of a poor Spanish seamstress, crafted the most sought after bell-shaped coats, feathered pencil skirts and tunic dresses. He became an international fashion star, but according to Mary Blume, a journalist and author of The Master of Us All: Balenciaga, His Workrooms, His World, he had no interest in being one. Balenciaga designed clothing for more than 30 years before closing up shop in 1968. He died just a few years later, but the Balenciaga label was revived in the 1980s.

Today, it's part of a billion-dollar fashion conglomerate. In addition to the glamorous clients, the people he really liked to dress  very, very odd  was short, fat, middle-aged women. He enjoyed working on the body and didn't like any kind of constriction. His suits never balenciaga black shoes clung to the body  they sort of shadowed it, if one can say that. And Balenciaga's look, if you can limit it to anything, is a grand look. His perfectionism was an inspiration. Well, we're going to take this opportunity to explore the life of one of the most famous 20th century designers and how much life as a designer has changed since then. In the 1940s and '50s, Cristobal Balenciaga, the son of a poor Spanish seamstress, crafted the most sought-after bell-shaped coats, feathered pencil skirts and Imagen tunic dresses. BLUME: He did. He drove everyone mad.

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