Until the 1880s, only rich people could afford nice shoes. Made mainly by hand, the hardest part was attaching the sole to the upper shoe. Only a highly skilled worker could do it, making about 50 pairs a day. Jan Matzeliger, a young immigrant from South America with a
Although natural hair was all the rage during the recent men’s fashion weeks in Paris and Milan, there were some standout, creative looks, too.
Models at Yohji Yamamoto had a bedhead style, tinged with white, made with a mix of sugar water and baby powder.
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