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CAN YOU CUT LIKE CLARK?

        Many names flew about during the “Swinging Sixties”, however one name proved predominant over all others, Raymond ‘Ossie’ Clark. Ossie was a young fashion designer that made his mark with his elegant and feminine gowns. He considered women to be goddesses and his ability to capture the beauty of a woman’s silhouette within the realm of fashion put him in great demand. Manolo Blahnik had once said “He created an incredible magic with the body and achieved what fashion should do – produce desire”
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Kimono and Haori Jackets

Japanese fever has reached the western fashion market. People looking to create an interesting and unique outfit have grown bored of the endless blue jeans and t shirt fashion from the west and are now looking to the east for colourful and beautiful silks. The most instantly recognisable of all Japanese fashions has to be the Kimono. This is a classic piece of clothing which dates back to the 16th century, which was then referenced to as a kosode.

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