#TipTuesday is a series Max Agency — one of the top Toronto modelling agencies — will be doing every week where we share helpful tips for the industry! This could be tips on auditions, bookings, beauty, fashion and more!
This week’s tip is: Go shopping by yourself every once in a while.
If your friends have different style than you, it probably isn’t wise to shop with them all the time as they will influence you. It is smart to shop alone so you can trust your gut and buy only what you really want instead of being pressured by others.
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With sweater weather right around the corner, Max Agency decided to share the fashion tips we’ve gathered for the Fall 2018 season! Keep reading to find out what’s in this autumn!
Old trends are always making their returns. Don’t be afraid to whip out those leopard or zebra patterns this fall. To spice it up even more, get your animal print in neon or multi-coloured instead! Don’t be shy (as long as it’s faux-fur, that is!).
Reminiscent of Clueless days from the 90’s, checkers and plaid are back in this season. Many bright colours have been featured so don’t be shy to purchase your plaid outfits for every colour of the rainbow or even mix and match!
Good news for all the country fans. The wild west returns this fall! Cowboy boots are in, paired with a more sleek and futuristic take on the classic cowboy outfit.
Modesty is in trend this fall. No need to prioritize showing off skin and getting unnecessarily cold as the temperature drops. Large heavy coats are in along with large hoods and hats. Stay warm and cozy this fall!
Material with high shine are in this season and whether the material is latex, leather or plastic, you will be turning heads! Make sure your outfits have a glossy or holographic sheen this fall when you plan on attending a special event.
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Hubert James Taffin de Givenchy was born In 1927 in Beauvais, France. Raised largely by his mother and maternal grandmother from whom he inherited his passion for fabrics. In 1944, at the age of 17, he moved to Paris and began school at Ecole des Beaux-Arts. The designer’s height ,6′ 6″, made an immediate impression on Paris, where he soon made a name for himself as a talent to watch.In 1952, he established his couture house, la Maison Givenchy,
1954, Givenchy became the first couturier to present
a luxury ready-to-wear line.He inherited his design philosophy of simplicity from his friend, idol and mentor, Cristóbal Balenciaga.
“Balenciaga was my religion,”
Givenchy first met his iconic muse, Audrey Hepburn, in 1953 which started their 40 year friendship. Givenchy went on to design the actress’ personal ensembles, as well as those made famous by her in timeless films such as Funny Face, Sabrina, and of course Breakfast
Loved by some of the most iconic stars of the 20th Century – from Grace Kelly, Elizabeth Taylor, Jackie Kennedy and Wallis Simpson, to his most famous muse Audrey Hepburn – Givenchy’s name and legacy have been synonymous with Parisian chic for more than 50 years. Givenchy sold his label in 1988, and retired seven years later, and stayed relatively out of the spotlight, commenting occasionally on fashion moments like the royal wedding.
1957 saw the launch of one of Givenchy’s most influential designs, the “sack” silhouette. Revolutionary for its time, the sack dress abandoned form and waistline, and in its place offered mystery surrounding the female body beneath. Givenchy also encouraged women to show more of their legs during the day with raised hemlines, and in this movement he became a predecessor of the one of the most influential decades in fashion, the Sixties.
1974 marked a milestone for the House of Givenchy, with the launch of the first men’s collection Gentleman Givenchy. The launch of the “Givenchy Gentleman” line would become a reference in men’s fashion.
Givenchy was succeeded by widely celebrated and innovative designers including Alexander McQueen, John Galliano, Julien Macdonald, and Riccardo Tisci.
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