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    Fashion History Classics: Who invented the first A-Line collection?

    Oktober 9th, 2016

    The term ‘A-Line’ is usually used to describe a certain type of clothing, usually a dress, skirt or coat that is shaped like the capital letter ‘A’. It is narrow at the top and flares away from the hip towards the knees. Read the rest of this entry
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    Fashion History Classics: Who invented the first Y-Line collection?

    Oktober 27th, 2011

    Christian Dior in 1954. Details are coming up soon!

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    3_Fashion History Classics: Who invented the H-Line?


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    Fashion History Classics: Who invented the first H-Line collection?

    Oktober 27th, 2011

    Christian Dior in 1954. More info is coming up soon!

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    1_Definition of the H-Line in speakfashion’s fashion dictionary
    2_Fashion History Classics: Who invented the A-Line?
    3_Fashion History Classics: Who invented the Y-Line?


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    Y-Line

    Oktober 27th, 2011

    The term “Y-Line” is usually used to describe a certain type of clothing, usually a dress that is shaped like the capital letter ‘Y’. Its slim-fitting shape with a straight, narrow cut falls from the V-neck to or just below the knee. That particular shape was first introduced by French couture designer Christian Dior in 1954.  See also Dior’s A-Line and H-Line.
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    H-Line

    Oktober 27th, 2011

    The term ‘H-Line’ is usually used to describe a certain type of clothing, usually a dress or a skirt that is shaped like the capital letter ‘H’. Its slim-fitting shape with a straight, narrow cut falls to, or just below, the knee. The H-Line was introduced by French couture designer Christian Dior in 1954. He used his invention of the classic pencil skirt which was tailored for a close fit back then to describe the shape of the new H-Line. See also Dior’s A-Line and Y-Line.
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    Trapeze Line

    Oktober 13th, 2011

    A trapeze line describes all kind of dresses, skirts, tops, blouses and coats that shapes a tent or the letter A. The alternative look of the Sixties was first introduced by Yves Saint Laurent in 1958 due to Christian Dior’s influence of the A-Line.
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    Let’s ask the Fashion Dictionary: What’s an A-Line?

    Februar 22nd, 2011

    When you are really into fashion there’ll come the day when you stumble across a certain fashion term you’ve never heard before. Because of that we’d like to provide you with the most common fashion expressions and introduce you to a special fashion term now an than.

    Must known fashion term #1: A-Line

    Today we’ll start with the term ‘A-Line’ which is usually used to describe a certain type of clothing. It is usually a dress, skirt or coat that’s shaped like the capital letter ‘A’. It is narrow at the top and flares away from the hip towards the knees.

    Good to know, isn’t it? If you’d like to learn more useful fashion terms just click yourself through our fashion dictionary.

    ps: Have you discovered a fashion term you’d like to introduce to our fellow fashion speakers? Feel free to drop us a line or leave a comment below and we’ll share it here.

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    A-Line

    Januar 10th, 2011

    The fashion term ‘A-Line’ is mostly used to describe a certain type of clothing, usually a dress, skirt or coat that is shaped like the capital letter ‘A’. It is slim-fitted at waist and flares away towards the knees. First interpreted and used by French couture designer Christian Dior in 1955, the A-Line works well on most figure types, but it is perfect for disguising bottom-heavy figures. See also Dior’s H-Line & Y-Line.


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