Fashion And Beauty Facts
At the age of 12, Coco Chanel was an orphan, but that didn't stop her from being one of the greatest fashion designers ever seen in the world. She also created costume jewellery in addition to the little black outfit.
From the days of King Louis XIII, the long, fluffy wigs usually seen worn by judges today were derived from the days of King Louis XIII. With bald patches, the French monarch suffered very badly, and wore a huge wig to appear macho and strong.
After shaving the front of their heads, the Japanese warriors wore their hair in a tight ponytail. Unlike today's man bun, however, this was not just for fashion. It helped to protect their helmets.
A popular Italian fashion designer, Valentino Garavani, takes his five precious pugs with him everywhere.
Milan, London, Paris & New York are the Big Four Fashion Weeks.
The beret comes from France and as being part of many military uniforms, is a common fashion piece.
A limited edition for brides was created by Christian Louboutin. They had baby blue soles to give "something blue" to the bride, but after copyright problems, the company ceased production.
To help women attract a husband, the handbag was first designed and used. In the 19th century, they were invented, and women would personally embroider them with colorful and complicated designs to show off to men.
Originally, neckties were called cravats and originated from Croatia. They are the most famous gift for Father's Day now.
China is one of the biggest cotton manufacturers, bringing more than 90 million yards of material annually into the fashion industry.