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Les couturiers

Fashion designers studied in level 2

Balenciaga 1895 Began his career in Spain designing clothing for the royal family
Louboutin 1963 Noted for women's high heel shoes that have a shiny red lacquered sole
Chanel 1883 Known for feminizing men's clothing and the "Little Black Dress"
Vuitton 1821 Known for leather goods and baox maker to the Empress of France
Gaultier 1952 Known for using out of the ordinary models in fashion shows
Paloma Picasso 1949 Began career designing jewelry from recycled jewelry found at flea markets
Cardin 1922 Introduced the bubble dress in 1954
Yves Saint Laurent 1936 Created the woman's tuxedo called "Le smoking"
Lacoste 1904 Noted for the crocodile embroidered on the clothing
Givenchy 1927 Most famous model was Audrey Hepburn
Dior 1905 Post WWII collection became known as the "New Look"
Herm├ęs 1801 Began career manufacturing horse harnesses
Lagerfeld 1933 Designs odd items such as denim mini skirts
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