Coco Chanel Adjusting a Model's Dress

Small and famous – small black dress for women

Black color into fashion was brought by Coco Chanel, after all to wear clothes of black color in the first half of the XX century was bad manners. Our Hera of article I was born in 1926.

Coco Chanel Adjusting a Model's Dress

Coco Chanel Adjusting a Model’s Dress

I moved Koko on experiments with black fabric death of her darling Artur Keypl who died in road accident. Many said that Chanel decided to dress all in black, in a sign about the grief.
The black dress for women wasn’t such what we know it now, the original had an underestimated waist, length is lower than a knee (as Chanel read knees ugly part of a female body), semi-open notch, long narrow hoses, it was slightly bolokhonisty and expressly simple. This Koko as though I moved ladies on expression of their identity, having given them a fine background for creativity. Having instantaneous become popular, the dress received the nickname “La Ford”. Also, it was very democratic at the price, it was able to afford as well as very rich lady, and the representative of middle class.

Small black dress for women's

Small black dress for women’s

Over time, Chanel began to experiment design of a dress, she created new hoses, length, notch therefore dresses turned out different and not absolutely the universal: any were suitable under a campaign in the theater, any for a working meeting, but it is worth marking that the price of dresses grew.
As for that small black dress which more resembles the modern options it is Hubert Givenchy’s creation. For creation of a dress I served as inspiration remarkable Audrey Hepburn’s actresses, the dress in 1961 was sewed. Audrey Hepburn appeared in this dress in the movie “Breakfast at Tiffany”.
As for that small black dress which more resembles the modern options it is Hubert Givenchy’s creation. For creation of a dress I served as inspiration remarkable Audrey Hepburn’s actresses, the dress in 1961 was sewed. Audrey Hepburn appeared in this dress in the movie “Breakfast at Tiffany”.
Over time the small black dress became so cult that in 1972 the The Hollies group sang the song Long cool woman in a black dress.