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Cristobal Balenciaga- Spanish born designer who moved to Paris and opened his couture house in His work was innovative and known for sculptural forms. His designs were and influential in haute couture in the and 1930s Fashion, Fashion Wear, Fashion Models, Vintage Fashion, Fashion Designers, Fasion, Fashion Trends, Balenciaga, Spanish Fashion

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Teddy Girl wearing a pencil skirt and tight sweater. Teddy Boys on a London Street Pointed toe shoes named wink. Teddy Girl, Teddy Boys, 1950s Shoes, Shoes Names, Greaser, Vintage Fashion Photography, Girl Inspiration, Fashion Inspiration, 1950s Fashion

Winkle Pickers were shoes that had very exaggerated pointed toe fit, which replaced the the flat broad shoes that were worn before these came into style.

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Houseboy Pants were high waisted pants that ended around the bottom of the calf and also became a little tighter by the calf. This was a popular look among many women of the 1950s Fashion Women, 1950s Women, Fifties Fashion, Retro Fashion, Vintage Fashion, Womens Fashion, 1950s Fashion Pants, 1950s Summer Fashion, 50s Outfits

Houseboy Pants were high waisted pants that ended around the bottom of the calf and also became a little tighter by the calf. This was a popular look among many women of the 1950s.

The Man in the Gray Flannel Suit, 1955 by Sloan Wilson. Menswear of the included a suit with less padding in the shoulders and a narrower silhouette. Single breasted styles prevailed and dark gray was the color of choice for the career-minded businessman. Flannel Suit, Grey Flannel, Ny Fashion, Suit Fashion, 1950s Fashion, 1950s Men, 1960s, Penguin Modern Classics, Culture Clothing

Gray Flannel Suit was very popular during the 1950s, these suits were worn by career-minded businessmen. These suits were gray, obviously, but men would wear more color on their button up shirts and eventually shirts became a very important accessory to these suits based on their color.

Christian Dior: famous french fashion designer that created "The New Look". Epitomized parisian fashion after WWII. Had a short career while alive but house of Dior is still huge in the fashion industry. Dior Jadore, Christian Dior, Dior Haute Couture, Couture Style, Vintage Dior, Vintage Tops, John Galliano, Lanvin, Givenchy

Christian Dior was the designer who created the change of postwar fashion and the silhouette style of women of the 1950s. He created the "New Look"

Pierre Balmain: a french fashion designer who believed "Fashion is the architecture of movement". He helped to popularize the small waist and large skirt as well as the shawl for day and evening. He worked on many films and costume design. Pierre Balmain, Laurent Mercier, Christophe Decarnin, Fashion Art, Vintage Fashion, Rene Gruau, Elegant Man, French Fashion Designers, Carven

Pierre Balmain was a famous designer who was most known for his wearable yet elegant daytime and evening gowns.

Jacques Fath: Known as one of three post war famous couturiers in paris. Fath played with large shapes and new silhouettes. He loved emulating flowers and petals. Jacques Fath, Guy Laroche, 1940s Fashion, Vintage Fashion, Haute Couture Paris, Ballet, Mode Chic, Famous Men, Vintage Perfume

Jacques Fath was a French designer known for his flattering, sexy, and feminine designs in Couture house. His clothing was elegant and transformed postwar fashion for women during 1950s.