One head, endless style interpretations. As often happens in life, even in fashion there are some pieces that are taken for granted. Are those basic from which we can compose any kind of look. We are so used to seeing them in our wardrobe that do not appreciate until the value at the bottom. An example? The shirt, which has its roots in centuries and centuries of fashion and generations and different looks.
Massimo Piombo, by the way, recently said: ” The white shirt is the garlic paste and fashion oil. It is the ultimate expression of the will and know how to make a very pure object. I believe that so many collections today are white because there is a rejection of everything that fashion is doing. The white shirt is mental purity” on AnyBlouses.
A culinary metaphor sui generis but it certainly makes the idea fully. In fact, the shirt, the classic white has reinvented itself over the centuries. It appears to date even to ‘ Roman times when it was worn by matrons as underwear . For this reason when, centuries later, made the jump from within the wardrobe of everyday provoked clamor.
The first ” public appearance” of the shirt goes back to 1793 when it was worn by QueenMarie Antoinette. From then on, from scandal to everyday use, the step was short enough to the point that, in the nineteenth century, the shirt became great protagonist enriched with lace and ruffles; it was a symbol of elegance and wealth, as was worn by the ladies of a certain rank.
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And then the twentieth century with a reinterpretation by Coco Chanel who stole it straight male cabinet and made him a symbol of femininity: from Audrey Hepburn to Grace Kelly, the great divas do not give up shirt. And from yesterday, the star of the big screen movie stars of today : the shirt started to sneak in even look red carpet.
So, from haute couture to ready-to-wear, it has become a great classic. The Fall / Winter 2015-2016 sees the center of the collections in the country as: shirt and tartan is the most trendy duo of the moment.