Throughout history the corset enters and leaves the female wardrobe to mark
epochal changes and social revolutions. Its introduction changed radically the
free renaissance costumes, creating a stiff and stately female figure. It plays
an important role in the opulence of expression of the 18th century dress and
Dior seals the art of pleasing
rehabilitating femininity after the second world war. It's the turn of
Dolce & Gabbana
that dress Madonna in the '80s with outrageous corsets bringing into sight what
was hitherto considered an undergarment and breaking every taboo. Now that
fashion should strive to provoke as much to attract, the corset became a garment
to wear and show off every day.
They were in the hundreds to watch the
fashion show, a young Brazilian specialized in Fashion Design in Milan and
winner of the 2010 European competition "The Link", organized by the Sea
exhibition Fashion in Cannes.
Special testimonial at Old
Fashion Cafè in Milan could only be the compatriot Queen of Rio Carnival,
Ana Paula Evangelista.
draws, cuts and sewes couture corsets carrying on a process of exaltation of the
female figure. Thus she achieves the aesthetic ideals that define a world that
seems far away, but that sometimes resurfaces to make us understand that certain
parameters remain constant. Although in recent years anorexic models walked the
runway, the "squeezed" and "stretched" are always in the everyday.
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The modeling of the human body is obtained by adapting to modern times tastes
and making the corset a comfortable garment, through carefully calculated
tailored processes. Masks, gloves and laces are the contours to special
The corset is not confined to the intimate world, but becomes a cloth to show
off, even used to wear provocative wedding dresses, adorned with chiffon veils