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Saturday, January 26, 2013

THE IMPORTANCE OF HAUTE AND BESPOKE COUTURE BY MIKE KAGEE

THE IMPORTANCE
OF HAUTE AND BESPOKE COUTURE
BY MIKE KAGEE

"COLLECTIONS FOR AVANTE-GARDE
  MEN AND WOMEN"

MIKE KAGEE FOR WORLD FASHION TRENDS

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Even though most of the International
Couture and Men's Bespoke collections
are not necessarily designed by
Parisians as for example a Ghanian
Bespoke designer for Saville Row
Legendry German designer
Karl Lagerfeld for Chanel
Belgian designer Raf Simons for Dior
eponymous Jean Paul Gaultier 
who just happen's to be French
and the leader of Italian Bespoke
and Couture Giorgio Armani
Some designers use Haute Couture
as a guideline or as an inspiration
to develop Ready-To-Wear 
collections with an edge.
Men's Bespoke Collections as well
as Haute Couture is vital in the
fashion business as it creates
a certain standard and even though
such collections are not really copied
it gets turned into wearable pieces
of art of a very high standard and 
what constitutes Couture and Bespoke
in a modern sense.
The definition of Couture is vague
as well as Bespoke for men because 
it goes back to the 19th century 
and was the only form of fashion then.
  


  Cheap has always come to mind in
  corporate business and when such
  Haute Couture and Bespoke collections
  are acquired or bought Couture gets
  absorbed and gets turned into
  affordable Ready-To-Wear collections.
  Often Haute Couture and Bespoke
  collections are being used to promote
  fragrances and cosmetic collections! 
  After all we all have to make a living
  but for the survival of Haute Couture
  and Men's Bespoke we need to keep
  Paris alive.
  By Mike Kagee

  IMAGES FROM ARMANI 2013 
  HAUTE COUTURE COLLECTION PARIS