Guy Laroche Fall Fab Style
Guy Laroche Fall Fab Style is what you should rock this fall. Laroche began his career in millinery and, from 1949, Laroche worked for Jean Dessès and eventually became his assistant.
In 1955, he visited the US to investigate new ready-to-wear manufacturing methods. 1956 or 1957, he founded a high-fashion atelier at 37 avenue Franklin Roosevelt, Paris. In his first collection that was favorably received, he reintroduced vibrant colors such as pink, orange, coral, topaz and turquoise.
His clothes also featured plunging neck and back lines. Known as being humble and gracious—as opposed to the haughty nature of most Parisian designers—he designed haute-couture but practical clothing for women. And, for the American market, he was one of the first to create separates.
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