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Fashion for all and fashion for some

Milanice.com presents Metropolis, a high-brow, culture and travel oriented, Hebrew language quarterly, a cross between a book and a magazine that the new issue dedicates to city of Milan.

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“Fashion fades, only style remains the same”, said Coco Chanel, a woman who, among other things, invented short jersey dress and established the style that ruled Paris between the two world wars. Besides Chanel, another fashion expert, an Italian immigrant in France, Elsa Schiaparelli, was one of the world’s most influential designers for the rich and famous

The two of them were not actually friends, but their ideas, innovations and creations, shared a very similar trait. It is true that fashion did not really start with these two ladies, but they were the ones who were brave enough to make all those “first steps” in fashion world. Thus, when people started to wear new or different clothes, the first fashion trends were launched. A place where fashion trends today occur, stop or change, apart from Paris, London and New York, is the center of the fashion world – Milan.


It’s a short introduction of the fashion article “Fashion for all and fashion for some” written by me .  This new issue is dedicated to the city of Milan and to all its interesting aspects ( fashion, design, architecture, social movements…) Metropolis is a high-brow, culture and travel oriented, Hebrew language quarterly, a cross between a book and a magazine. Each one of the four annual issues is devoted to a single city or region, and covers it through articles written by local writers, on various subjects like arts, history, urban development, fashion, culinary, politics and more. The magazine contains about 160 colorful pages, and is accompanied by a pocket guidebook.

http://www.eretz.com/metropolis/

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