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Hanae Mori is a groundbreaker for both female and Japanese designers. She started her couture house in Tokyo in 1951, and became one of Japan’s first prominent career women. She was also the first Japanese woman to have fashion shows in Paris and New York, and was the first Asian woman to be admitted as a couturier in the Fédération Française de la Couture. Her aesthetic is distinctly Japanese, often using flower prints that seem to come straight out of the prints of Hiroshige or Hokusai.

Jacques Cartier - was just one cog in the watch gears of his famous jewelry-making family. CARTIER!!

Elsa Schiaparelli (Sept. 10, 1890 – Nov. 13, 1973) was an Italian fashion designer regarded as one of the most prominent figures in fashion between the two World Wars. Starting with knitwear, her designs were heavily influenced by Surrealists like her collaborators Salvador Dalí & Alberto Giacometti. Her clients included the heiress Daisy Fellowes & actress Mae West. She created the color Shocking Pink, and is credited with bringing color to couture. Her granddaughter is actress Marisa…

Roy Halston Frowick, known as Halston, was an American fashion designer of the 1970s. His long dresses or copies of his style were popular fashion wear in mid-1970s discotheques - Halston in his New York apartment, 1968.

Korean top fashion designer - Sang bong Lee

isabel Toledo, Cuban-American Fashion Designer

Donyale Luna, the first notable African American fashion model and cover girl, was also the first African American to have a mannequin created in her likeness. It was produced in 1967 by the leading mannequin manufacturer, Adel Rooststen, as a follow-up to their famous Twiggy mannequin of 1966.

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