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Napoleon and the Empire of fashion
 
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Exhibition of historical costumes at la Triennale in Milan , 16 june-12 september 2010.
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fashiontv | FTV.com - NAPOLEON AND THE EMPIRE OF FASHION - EXHIBITION - MILAN
 
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An exhibition called Napoleon and the Empire of Fashion takes place at la Triennale in Milan and shows us how history influenciate the present way to understand fashion. Music Info: Performer: RICHARD EDLINGER Title: CONCERTO FOR 2 VIOLINS IN D MINOR
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Power Dressing - Lecture 2 -  Napoleon's Josephine; Sartorial Survivor.
 
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Josephine survived the most turbulent years of French history by transforming herself from bedraggled victim to fashion icon of the Directory where she managed to snare a much younger man – Napoleon. From then on, everything she wore was political propoganda under his tight control. This lecture was recorded on 2 September 2009.
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The Empire Style
 
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The Empire Style is named for the rule of Napoleon Bonaparte as Emperor and Josephine his first wife as Empress. Their architects Charles Percier & Pierre Fontaine designed the interiors for the Chateau Malmaison, which were a climax of the style. Find out more on www.thecultureconcept.com/circle/
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Jean-Christophe, Prince Napoléon
 
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Jean-Christophe, Prince Napoléon (Jean Christophe Louis Ferdinand Albéric Napoléon; born 11 July 1986) is, in the views of some monarchists, head of the former Imperial House of France and heir of the legacy of Napoleon Bonaparte. Prince Jean-Christophe was born in Saint-Raphaël, Var, France. He is the son of Prince Charles Napoléon and his first wife Princess Béatrice of Bourbon-Two Sicilies. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Jean-Christophe Albéric Ferdinand Napoléon Bonaparte, « prince Napoléon», dit Jean-Christophe Napoléon, né le 11 juillet 1986 à Saint-Raphaël (France), est un membre de la maison impériale de France. Il est l’actuel prétendant au trône impérial français. Le prince Jean-Christophe est le second enfant et unique fils du prince Charles Bonaparte, fils de Louis, « prince Napoléon » (chef de la maison impériale de France de 1926 à 1997), et de la princesse Béatrice de Bourbon-Siciles, princesse des Deux-Siciles. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Giovanni Cristoforo Luigi Ferdinando Alberico Napoleone VII Bonaparte (Saint-Raphaël nel Var, 11 luglio 1986) rivendica il rango e i diritti di Capo della Casa Bonaparte. Di conseguenza è un pretendente bonapartista al trono di Francia. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Juan Cristóbal Napoleón, (Jean Christophe Albéric Ferdinand Napoléon Bonaparte), (Saint-Raphaël, Var, Francia, 11 de julio de 1986), es príncipe de la Casa de Bonaparte y actual reclamante a la jefatura de la misma. Ostenta el título de príncipe Napoleón. Royal Fashion Channel, popular videos Royal Fashion Channel, Jean-Christophe, Prince Napoléon, Jean-Christophe Prince Napoléon, Jean-Christophe, Prince Napoléon 2016, Prince Jean-Christophe Napoléon, Imperial House of France, Imperial House of France 2016, Prince Jean-Christophe, Prince Jean-Christophe 2016, Prince Jean-Christophe may 2016, Le prince Jean-Christophe, Le prince Jean-Christophe 2016, Le prince Jean-Christophe mai 2016, chef de la maison impériale de France, Capo della Casa Bonaparte, Juan Cristóbal Napoleón, Prinz Jean-Christophe, Prinz Jean-Christophe 2016, Prince Napoléon, Prince Napoléon may 2016, Prince Napoléon 2016, Prince Jean-Christophe Napoléon girlfriend, Prince Jean-Christophe Napoléon girlfriend 2016, Prince Jean-Christophe Napoléon of France, Prince Jean-Christoph Napaleon and Countess Olympia von Arco-Zinneberg, Prince Jean-Christoph Napoleon and Countess Olympia von Arco-Zinneberg 2016, Prince Jean-Christoph Napoleon and his girlfriend Countess Olympia von Arco-Zinneberg, Prince Jean-Christoph Napaleon and girlfriend Countess Olympia von Arco-Zinneberg, Countess Olympia von Arco-Zinneberg 2016, Countess Olympia von Arco-Zinneberg and Prince Jean-Christoph Napaleon, Countess Olympia and Prince Napoleon, Countess Olympia and Prince Jean-Christoph, Countess Olympia von und Arco-Zinneberg 2016, Prince Jean Napoleon Bonaparte Bonaparte and his longtime girlfriend Countess Olympia von Arco-Zinneberg. Les 30 ans du Prince Napoleón.
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What is EMPIRE STYLE? What does EMPIRE STYLE mean? EMPIRE STYLE meaning, definition & explanation
 
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What is EMPIRE STYLE? What does EMPIRE STYLE mean? EMPIRE STYLE meaning - EMPIRE STYLE definition - EMPIRE STYLE explanation. Source: Wikipedia.org article, adapted under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ license. The Empire style, French pronunciation: ?, the second phase of Romanticism, is an early-nineteenth-century design movement in architecture, furniture, other decorative arts, and the visual arts that flourished between 1800 and 1815 during the Consulate and the First French Empire periods, although its life span lasted until the late 1820s (or more in some countries). From France it spread into much of Europe and the United States. The style originated in and takes its name from the rule of Napoleon I in the First French Empire, when it was intended to idealize Napoleon's leadership and the French state. The style corresponds in that intent to the Biedermeier style in the German-speaking lands, Federal style in the United States, and the Regency style in Britain. The previous style in France was called Louis XVI style. The style developed and elaborated the Directoire style of the immediately preceding period, which aimed at a simpler, but still elegant evocation of the virtues of the Ancient Roman Republic: The stoic virtues of Republican Rome were upheld as standards not merely for the arts but also for political behaviour and private morality. Conventionels saw themselves as antique heroes. Children were named after Brutus, Solon and Lycurgus. The festivals of the Revolution were staged by David as antique rituals. Even the chairs in which the committee of Salut Publique sat were made on antique models devised by David. ...In fact Neo-classicism became fashionable. The Empire style "turned to the florid opulence of Imperial Rome. The abstemious severity of Doric was replaced by Corinthian richness and splendour". Two French architects, Charles Percier and Pierre Fontaine, were together the creators of the French Empire style. The two had studied in Rome and in the 1790s became leading furniture designers in Paris, where they received many commissions from Napoleon and other statesmen. Architecture of the Empire style was based on elements of the Roman Empire and its many archaeological treasures, which had been rediscovered starting in the eighteenth century. The preceding Louis XVI and Directoire styles employed straighter, simpler designs compared to the Rococo style of the eighteenth century. Empire designs strongly influenced the contemporary American Federal style (such as design of the United States Capitol building), and both were forms of propaganda through architecture. It was a style of the people, not ostentatious but sober and evenly balanced. The style was considered to have "liberated" and "enlightened" architecture just as Napoleon "liberated" the peoples of Europe with his Napoleonic Code. The Empire period was popularized by the inventive designs of Percier and Fontaine, Napoleon's architects for Malmaison. The designs drew for inspiration on symbols and ornaments borrowed from the glorious ancient Greek and Roman empires. Buildings typically had simple timber frames and box-like constructions, veneered in expensive mahogany imported from the colonies. Biedermeier furniture also used ebony details, originally due to financial constraints. Ormolu details (gilded bronze furniture mounts and embellishments) displayed a high level of craftsmanship. General Bernadotte, later to become King Karl Johan of Sweden and Norway, introduced the Napoleonic style to Sweden, where it became known under his own name. The Karl Johan style remained popular in Scandinavia even as the Empire style disappeared from other parts of Europe. France paid some of its debts to Sweden in ormolu bronzes instead of money, leading to a vogue for crystal chandeliers with bronze from France and crystal from Sweden. After Napoleon lost power, the Empire style continued to be in favour for many decades, with minor adaptations. There was a revival of the style in the last half of the nineteenth century in France, again at the beginning of the twentieth century, and again in the 1980s.
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Napoleon Hairfashion - Private Show (Official Video)
 
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#nomorenosepicking Listen on Spotify: https://bit.ly/2KamXMO Follow on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/napoleonhairfashion/ Tweet us: https://www.instagram.com/napoleonhairfashion/ Also available on Apple Music, iTunes, Tidal and many more!
EMPIRE OF FASHION
 
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Behind the Scenes: Lianna Perdis x Dimitris Petrou
 
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Lianna Perdis x Dimitris Petrou
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Why did Soldiers Fight in Colorful Uniforms? | Animated History
 
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Preview of auction of objects that belonged to Napoleon Bonaparte
 
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Napoleon Bonaparte's famous bicorn hat is up for auction and on display next to the chateau where the general lived when he wasn't leading troops into battle across Europe. The black felt is a little weathered by age and use - though no one's actually worn the hat since Napoleon's cavalry veterinarian, who apparently received it from the French leader as a gift - but auctioneers are hoping to fetch 500,000 euros (623,000 US dollars) for it. The hat is part of a Napoleonic collection belonging to Monaco's royal family, which is distantly related to him. In a note accompanying the catalogue, Prince Albert II said the family decided to sell the items of the collection as part of the restoration of the palace "rather than see them remain in the shadows." Also for sale are dozens of medals, decorative keys, documents, a jewelled sword, a Russian caviar spoon and a bronze eagle that once perched atop a battle flag, complete with bullet holes. "It's the first time a veritable museum is going under the hammer," said Jean-Pierre Osenat, head of the auction house in Fontainbleau. Osenat said only 19 of Napoleon's 120 hats have survived, and only two of those are in private hands. Prince Albert's great-grandfather, Louis II, bought it directly from the vet's descendants, Osenat said. The hat is famously depicted in paintings of Napoleon on the battlefield pitched to the side, and counter to the fashion of the day. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/87ee63461bd14e838c3d890b6b7952cd Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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The Great War NTW Abridged #1 | Belgium Campaign Commentary
 
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Hallo daar, and welcome to another abridged commentary series. In this one I'll show you how Belgium does when it steps up to the plate to face the central powers of Europe in open warfare! I'm playing Napoleon Total War with the relatively broken mod, The Great War, giving us a World War 1 setting and exciting new glitches to uncover. In this first part, the German offensive hits Belgium right away, just as expected, but in classic WW1 fashion, the generals just can't work out how to keep their men alive. --------------------------------- Playlist for all videos in series: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLeunFtMS5KNI5bftbk6BorMRzWsU4qIbY Tweetings: https://twitter.com/OfficiallyDevin This series was made possible by the kind support of Devin's patrons: https://www.patreon.com/OfficiallyDevin?ty=h My website: http://officiallydevin.wixsite.com/devin BG music used in this series is from: Hearts of Iron IV and Battlefield One.
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15 MOST Luxurious Fashion Brands
 
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From Oscar de la Renta to Chanel, here are some of the most lavish and prestigious fashion brands. Subscribe to Hindered Thoughts http://goo.gl/d3U3RP 6. Chanel The high fashion wear company was introduced to the world back in 1909 by none other than Gabrielle Bonheur Chanel, otherwise known as “Coco Chanel.” This is where the brand gets its inspiration for the famously recognizable logo that is two interlocking C’s. The company specializes in creating haute couture for its wealthy clients but also for fashion models like Naomi Campbell, who once modeled for them, and actresses Marilyn Monroe, Keira Knightley, and Nicole Kidman. One of their most famous products is the perfume No. 5 de Chanel, along with the Chanel Suit. Today, Chanel is valued at being $6.8 billion dollars. An interesting fact to note is that Karl Lagerfeld, the creative director behind Fendi, happens to be the creative director for Chanel as well. 5. Prada Founded back in 1913 by Mario Prada, this fashion brand actually started out by manufacturing leather bags and trunks. It would then evolve into selling everything from clothing to perfume and even a brief stint of LG Prada cell phones. Though the brand may have broadened its inventory, it still spends the majority of its focus creating some of the world’s most exclusive handbags that only the rich and famous can possibly hope to afford. Mario Prada believed that women should not be involved in business so he excluded his own family members from getting involved. In a fantastic twist of irony, his son did not care to run the business so his daughter Luisa Prada took over as his successor and is now currently being run by her daughter Miuccia. 4. House of Versace The fashion empire that is the House of Versace all started with fashion designer Gianni Versace back in 1978. He created a brand that has been synonymous with elegance and simply oozes high fashion. His glamorous gowns have gone on to make a name for himself as a respected designer. Like the case of the famous black dress held with gold safety pins that actress Elizabeth Hurley wore back in 1994 to the premiere of Four Weddings and A Funeral. Sadly, Versace’s life was cut short in 1997 on the steps of his Miami mansion when he became the fifth and final victim of Andrew Cunanan. The tragic event will be the story behind American Crime Story’s season 2 titled: The Assassination of Gianni Versace. After his death, his sister Donatella became the new Artistic Director and has established a $5.5 billion company her brother would be proud of. 3. Gucci Started in 1921 by a Mr. Guccio Gucci, the company was originally dabbing in leather goods. It wasn’t until 19 years later when his son Aldo would take the company from being a one-stop shop into the fashion powerhouse that it’s now known for being. It’s Aldo that would usher in the era of the brand’s iconic “Bamboo Bag” and its “ready to wear segments.” In the 90’s, the company decided to bring American Fashion designer Tom Ford to revamp their women’s wear. He ended up helping launch the brand to where it is today. The fashion brand houses other well-known designers in its collections such as Alexander McQueen, Stella McCartney, and Yves Saint Laurent. If you’re in the market to do some shopping at this $12.4 billion brand, expect to spend at least $2,000. 2. Louis Vuitton This may come as a shock but the famous fashion brand has been around longer than you might have thought. Formed 163 years ago in 1854, a young man by the name of Louis Vuitton started out as an apprentice for a box-maker. Vuitton ended up becoming a well-known crafter of luxury trunks and opened up his own shop in Paris. He then ended up becoming the personal box-maker of Napoleon III’s wife, Empress Eugenie de Montijo. Fast forward years later and the company is now worth $28.1 billion with a generated revenue of $10.1 billion. Today, Louis Vuitton doesn’t make just trunks but designer handbags and clothing that can be spotted on the most famous of A-listers. 1. Balenciaga The beginning of Balenciaga’s reign began back in 1919 when it was established by its founder of the same name, Cristóbal Balenciaga. As a young child, Balenciaga became an apprentice to a tailor in his hometown of Getaria, Spain and would eventually get his formal training in Madrid. He would go on to create the House of Balenciaga and skyrocketed to success thanks to his artistic genius. He was hailed as the undisputed “ King of Fashion” and was highly respected among his peers which included the likes of Coco Chanel, Christian Dior, and Pierre Balmain. Balenciaga even helped train the likes of high-fashion designers Oscar de la Renta and Hubert Givenchy to name a few.
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Reenacting The French Napoleonic Fusilier   Part I:   Headgear & Uniforms
 
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A detailed examination of the late Napoleonic era French Fusilier of the 21st Regiment of the Line. This video is the documentation of how I created my impression with the help of Ian McWherter. The goal was to create the most accurate representation possible based on the resources available to me. Technically this impression would be representative of the 1812-1815 French Napoleonic Infantryman. Music: La Victoire est a Nous: Where I got my shoes: http://www.umlaufshoes.com/cs/produkt/27-11817-boty-francouzke-armady Where I got my Shako & Buttons: http://sergeantique.com
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Jane Austen Fashion!
 
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Jane Austen Era: Regency fashion,everything from gowns, hats, and shoes! I hope you like it! Follow me: Blog: https://www.shesasupergeek.com Pinterest: @shesasupergeek
A Short Rheinbund Fashion Parade (Napoleonic Wars patch 1.2)
 
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On 17 January 2018, Flying Squirel Entertainment expanded its Napoleonic Wars DLC for Mount & Blade with patch 1.2. This video shows some of the new units. FSE announcement: http://www.fsegames.eu/devblog28.html Opening image: Friedrich Johann Christian Reinhold (1791)
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Central African Empire
 
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The Central African Empire was a monarchial regime that existed between 1976 and 1979 in what had been the Central African Republic. It came about when the President Jean-Bedel Bokassa declared himself Emperor in Napoleonic fashion and then staged a massive coronation for himself, all done in French Napoleonic style. The world was somewhat shocked at this, some countries playing along and others dismissing the self-proclaimed Emperor as a mad man. Bokassa argued that, as an empire, the country would be more stable, more glamorous and attract more attention. That, it certainly did, but stability was not forthcoming and in due time Bokassa was driven out and the republic restored.
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Karl Lagerfeld - German fashion designer and icon | DW Documentary
 
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The German-born designer Karl Lagerfeld has died at the age of 85. He was a designer, an artist and a fashion icon. For this sad occasion we recommend a portrait DW made in 2014. No living fashion designer, let alone a German one, was as celebrated as Karl Lagerfeld. On September 10, 2018 the man with the trademark ponytail and sunglasses celebrated his 85th birthday. From dawn to late morning, Karl Lagerfeld designs for Chanel, Fendi and his own signature brand - a combined workload of up to 15 collections a year. A workhorse who never takes breaks or even a vacation, he is also a photographer and filmmaker. His passion for fashion was awakened by a Dior show in Hamburg in 1950. Four years later, at the age of 17, Karl Lagerfeld was hired as an assistant to Pierre Balmain. Karl Lagerfeld recounts his beginnings in the industry, as well as his upper class background and childhood in Schleswig-Holstein. Karl Lagerfeld was greatly influenced by his mother, whom he describes as his personal style icon. Karl Lagerfeld's caustic comments were notorious and dreaded by those at the receiving end. As an artist, Karl Lagerfeld worked in several media, from pictures and photographs to book illustrations and videos. The documentary of 2015 follows Karl Lagerfeld to exhibition openings, during the hectic preparations for his fashion shows, and at photo shoots in Paris as it seeks to uncover the man behind the mask. _______ DW Documentary gives you knowledge beyond the headlines. Watch high-class documentaries from German broadcasters and international production companies. Meet intriguing people, travel to distant lands, get a look behind the complexities of daily life and build a deeper understanding of current affairs and global events. Subscribe and explore the world around you with DW Documentary. Subscribe to DW Documentary: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCW39zufHfsuGgpLviKh297Q?sub_confirmation=1# For more documentaries visit: http://www.dw.com/en/tv/docfilm/s-3610 Instagram https://www.instagram.com/dwdocumentary/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/dw.stories DW netiquette policy: http://www.dw.com/en/dws-netiquette-policy/a-5300954
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Napoleon à la mode Trailer
 
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Thank you Minas!
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Napoleon - French Military Leader & Emperor | Mini Bio | BIO
 
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Napoleon Bonaparte was born in 1769 in France. He revolutionized military organization and training, sponsored Napoleonic Code, reorganized education and established the long-lived Concordat with the papacy. He died in 1821 in St. Helena. #Biography Subscribe for more Biography: http://aetv.us/2AsWMPH Delve deeper into Biography on our site: http://www.biography.com Follow Biography for more surprising stories from fascinating lives: Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/Biography Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/biography Twitter - https://twitter.com/biography Biography.com captures the most gripping, surprising, and fascinating stories about famous people: The biggest break. The defining opportunity. The most shattering failure. The unexpected connection. The decision that changed everything. With over 7,000 biographies and daily features that highlight newsworthy and compelling points-of-view, we are the digital source for true stories about people that matter. Napoleon - French Military Leader & Emperor | Mini Bio | BIO https://www.youtube.com/user/BiographyChannel
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The Age of Napoleon: Costume from Revolution to Empire, 1789-1815
 
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The Age of Napoleon: Costume from Revolution to Empire, 1789-1815
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Long History Documentaries: History of Napoleon Bonaparte
 
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Documentary Film is a broad category of visual expression that is based on the attempt, in one fashion or another, to document reality. Knowledge comes in different ways through our five senses. Hearing, watching, touching, smelling and tasting are the only doorways to the outer world. The wise men say that if something is not truly experienced with all our five senses, the experience will be partial, not total. Therefore in a way almost all our gained knowledge through life is partial. And maybe they are right.
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An Era in Fashion: Empire & Regency (1800-1820)
 
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Well, in fact two eras, but well... This is the start of my video series "An Era in Fashion" about fashion in the Empire-Era to the 1930s, but maybe I'll make some more. Next Video: "An Era in Fashion: The Romantic Era (1830-1845)", coming on July 2nd 2009.
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Empire Of Fashion: Now in DVD
 
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Empire Of Fashion where Passion meets Fashion witness the grand entourage of fashion and glamour... Now in DVD... *To All Who Participated the Event, pls see Sir Mike Tagle for your DVD Copies. :) Music: Untouched - The Veronicas
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Ralph Lauren's Top 10 Rules For Success (@RalphLauren)
 
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He's an American fashion designer, philanthropist, and business executive. He's best known for the Ralph Lauren Corporation clothing company, a global multibillion-dollar enterprise. As of January 2015, Forbes estimates his wealth at $8 billion. He's Ralph Lauren and here are his Top 10 Rules for Success. * Join my BELIEVE newsletter: http://www.evancarmichael.com/newsletter/ Source: https://youtu.be/9zfNIj1YtuA https://youtu.be/xzBvJJF54as https://youtu.be/-kKux1rBSp0 https://youtu.be/_KM0jTh3jeY https://youtu.be/brTNjEFQWWk 1. Innovate He attended day school followed by MTA, before eventually graduating from DeWitt Clinton High School in 1957. 2. Trust your instincts He has said he had had heroes such as John F. Kennedy and James Stewart, hoping to acquire a "movie star" type of personality. 3. Do it because you feel it In MTA he was known by his classmates for selling ties to his fellow students. 4. Aspire to do better He went to Baruch College where he studied business, although he dropped out after two years. 5. Follow your dream From 1962 to 1964 he served in the United States Army and left to work briefly for Brooks Brothers as a sales assistant. 6. Be consistent He left to establish his own company working out of a drawer in the Empire State Building, taking rags and turning them into ties. 7. Be yourself He sold the ties to small shops in New York, with a major turning point when he was approached by Neiman Marcus, who bought 1,200. 8. Learn from tough times He released Polo's famous short sleeve pique shirt with the Polo logo in 1972 and unveiled his first Ralph Lauren collection for women. 9. Don't lose hope He also gained recognition for his design after he was contracted to provide clothing styles for the movie The Great Gatsby. 10. Give Back He's well known as a collector of automobiles, some of which are extremely rare. Abigial Rosser: Do Ralph Lauren or another famous fashion designer WHAT IS BTA? * Find out here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BsY8bmTUVP8 ENGAGE * Subscribe to my channel: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=Modelingthemasters * Leave a comment, thumbs up the video (please!) * Help me caption this video so others can enjoy it too: https://www.youtube.com/timedtext_video?v=iY-yzqsah7s * Suppport me: http://www.evancarmichael.com/support/ CONNECT * Twitter: https://twitter.com/evancarmichael * Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/EvanCarmichaelcom * Google+: https://plus.google.com/108469771690394737405/posts * Website: http://www.evancarmichael.com EVAN * About: http://www.evancarmichael.com/about/ * Guides: http://www.evancarmichael.com/zhuge/ * Coaching: http://www.evancarmichael.com/movement/ * Speaking: http://www.evancarmichael.com/speaking/ * Gear: http://evancarmichael.com/gear WEEKDAY SCHEDULE * #Entspresso - Weekdays at 7am EST : https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLiZj-Ik9MmM0-kQSSs3Ua5wExlz1HwRRs * Lunch & Earn - Weekdays at 12pm EST: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLiZj-Ik9MmM1j5wXSEqRxhu_MK0g4TA4M * Top 10 Rules for Success - Weekdays at 8pm EST: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLiZj-Ik9MmM0VWRGYCfuUCdyhKfU733WX WEEKEND SCHEDULE * #Entvironment - Saturdays at 7am EST: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLiZj-Ik9MmM3ZvpIdZoneTe1KYCVcmfbF * #EvansBook - Saturdays at 8pm EST: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLiZj-Ik9MmM1tNSh0CjOsqIg1fw7bAPt4 * #BelieveLife - Sundays at 7am EST: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLiZj-Ik9MmM207_RQCOPAwZdKYXQ4cqjV * Life with Evan - Sundays at 8pm EST: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLiZj-Ik9MmM19tzfHH_VJOnghbfdRPZjS
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Fashion in the 1800s
 
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This short film by year 5 & 6 students Eve, Audrey, Mia, Emma & Michaela from Beechworth Primary School explores the differences in fashion from the 1800s and today. A video by Eve, Audrey, Mia, Emma & Michaela from Beechworth Primary School, 2013 Find out more about History In Place at Culture Victoria: http://www.cv.vic.gov.au/stories/a-diverse-state/history-in-place/
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Bath Fashion Museum - Georgian Exhibition II Historic Places to Visit
 
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Fashion Museum Website http://www.fashionmuseum.co.uk/ Where to find me: Twitter: https://twitter.com/lilsvintage Goodreads: https://www.goodreads.com/user/show/14350381-lil-s-vintage-world BookDeposiory: http://www.bookdepository.com/?a_aid=lilsvintageworld Thank you for Watching, Lil.
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Napoleon Perdis: The women behind the beauty empire | The Morning Show
 
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The Perdis family talk about turning down reality TV, living in Greece and the next generation of make-up maestros.
Views: 5848 The Morning Show
Empire: From Conquest to Control - Professor Richard J Evans FBA
 
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From the 1880s through to the First World War, European empires slowly imposed their control on the territories that in many cases existed merely on paper. This lecture asks how and why European powers embarked on this trajectory. Often, occupation became effective through a long series of colonial wars and conflicts. Sometimes, as in the case of the German war against the Herero in South-west Africa in 1905-06, imperial violence reached genocidal proportions. In others, as in the British wars with the Maori in New Zealand, or the Italian invasion of Ethiopia in 1896, the colonizing power was unable to impose full control or was even repulsed by military defeat. Different varieties of colony emerged, ranging from those where European settlement overwhelmed indigenous societies, as in Australia, to those where a small number of European traders, missionaries and administrators attempted to rule a vastly greater number of indigenous inhabitants, as in India or the colonies of West Africa. The transcript and downloadable versions of the lecture are available from the Gresham College website: http://www.gresham.ac.uk/lectures-and-events/from-conquest-to-control Gresham College has been giving free public lectures since 1597. This tradition continues today with all of our five or so public lectures a week being made available for free download from our website. http://www.gresham.ac.uk
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Living the French Revolution and the Age of Napoleon I The Great Courses
 
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Try a free trial of The Great Courses Plus and watch the course here: https://www.thegreatcoursesplus.com/special-offer?utm_source=US_OnlineVideo&utm_medium=SocialMediaEditorialYouTube&utm_campaign=145811 The 25 years between the onset of the French Revolution in 1789 and the Bourbon Restoration after Napoleon in 1814 is an astonishing period in world history. This era shook the foundations of the old world and marked a permanent shift for politics, religion, and society—not just for France, but for all of Europe. An account of the events alone reads like something out of a thrilling novel: France's oppressed and hungry masses rise up against their government. In Paris, crowds storm the Bastille looking for bread and weaponry. Rumors, panic, and fear grip the nation as it faces an uncertain future. The National Assembly adopts the Declaration of the Rights of Man, the first bold step toward the invention of democratic politics and a republican state. King Louis XVI and Marie-Antoinette try to flee the country under cover of darkness. After the king's execution, the government takes emergency measures that lead to the Terror, when thousands will be put to death by the guillotine. A young Corsican named Napoleon Bonaparte stuns Europe with his military strategy and political boldness. At the end of his empire, Napoleon escapes Elba to confront the Duke of Wellington at the famous Battle of Waterloo. Living the French Revolution and the Age of Napoleon is your opportunity to learn the full story of this captivating period. Taught by Dr. Suzanne M. Desan, a distinguished professor of history at the University of Wisconsin--Madison, these 48 exciting lectures give you a broad and comprehensive survey of one of the most important eras in modern history. Try a free trial of The Great Courses Plus and watch the course here: https://www.thegreatcoursesplus.com/special-offer?utm_source=US_OnlineVideo&utm_medium=SocialMediaEditorialYouTube&utm_campaign=145811 Don’t forget to subscribe to our channel – we are adding new videos all the time! https://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=TheGreatCourses
Empire Of Fashion: White Glam Segment
 
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Music: A Thousand Years- Christina Perri January 8 2012 Event by MTP Production Amoranto Theater, QC Video By Pau Silva
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Empire State Fashion Show Part 1.m4v
 
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The Empire State Fashion Show was held March 15, 2010 at Hofstra University. Allison Smolen and Grace Lancaster produced this fashion television show which featured six up-and-coming designers and over thirty aspiring models. The show had a live audience and was featured in Newday. For more information about the show or to contact the producers visit www.empirestatefashionshow.com
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Empire Fashion Lab | SocialCon | ep2
 
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http://www.EmpireChicago.com Presents The Fashion Lab Episode 2 Featuring SocialCon Clothing and Marcus Shadden Special Thanks to Nicole Barrera, Patricia Cantu, Ariana Valdivia
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Lianna Perdis European Covers: Behind The Scenes
 
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Go behind the scenes with Lianna Perdis during the shoots for Harper's Bazaar and Madame Figaro in Europe.
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Ottoman Empire - Napoleon
 
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Uploaded September 30, 2018.
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Haute couture: Chains and Napoléon’s sisters on the Parisian runway
 
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Subscribe to France 24 now : http://f24.my/youtubeEN FRANCE 24 live news stream: all the latest news 24/7 http://f24.my/YTliveEN The 2016 spring-summer haute couture collections did nothing less but dazzle its fashion-conscious audience in Paris. While Viktor et Rolf took on a cubist approach, Schiaparelli went surrealist and Armani monochrome. Others, like Yiqing Yin, incorporated chains into the much-awaited show, and Valli had Napoléon’s sisters dance down the runway. Visit our website : http://www.france24.com Subscribe to our YouTube channel : http://f24.my/youtubeEN Like us on Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/FRANCE24.English Follow us on Twitter : https://twitter.com/France24_en
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Fashioning the Empire
 
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Hear from Dr. Aimee Marcereau DeGalan, Senior Curator of European Arts at the Nelson-Atkins, how Napoleon harnessed fashion not only to bolster the French economy, but also to legitimize his reign. During the Napoleonic era, the clothing of men, women and children acquired a social, cultural, and economic importance that it never before had in the history of the Western world.
A Cosmetic Guru shares his secrets to success on how he built a Global Lifestyle Empire
 
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In this episode, Federico Re interviews cosmetic guru / entrepreneur – Napoleon Perdis. Napoleon is the founder and CEO of Napoleon Perdis, a cosmetic retail empire comprising of 85 concept stores which he founded 25 years ago. His products are also sold into 100 department stores and over 750 independent stockists across Australia. This iconic label is Australia’s leading makeup brand and the epitome of luxury, education and glamour. In this rare and exclusive interview, Napoleon shares his secrets to success on InspireTalkTV, on how he 'Built a Global Lifestyle Empire' from humble beginnings. Federico explores: 1. How family was influential in assisting Napoleon during his early humble years of establishing the business; 2. How Napoleon leveraged on his Greek heritage, culture and philosophy; 3. Napoleon's reputation and image as an artist and entrepreneur; 4. The importance of ‘glamour’ and how does this connects with fashion or emerging trends; 5. The importance of creativity and ingenuity when creating new products, and how his organisation continues to innovate in a saturated market; 6. The role that television and media plays in establishing a lifestyle brand; 7. How the Napoleon Perdis Make-up Academy provides education and empowerment to women; 8. How the retail establishment adapts to the savvy millennial customer as far as using social media and technology; 9. The opportunities that young aspiring entrepreneurs have within the cosmetic industry today; 10. Napoleon’s favourite quote and his philosophy to experiencing failure when striving for success For more information, please visit: www.inspiretalk.net
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RULE #1 BUILD YOUR EMPIRE
 
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So here it is, my two cents on how to start building your own empire. After much deliberation, I decided to dive headfirst into the world of criticism and put myself out there a tad more with this new channel! A lot of women ask me what some of the key components are when starting your own business. Of course there are many, and it will vary depending on the type of business your venturing into! BUT, that being said I often come back to these 5 points. So enjoy my very first video boss babes!
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A La Mode - Whangarei Art Museum
 
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Early New Zealand Fashion Plates 1811-1825 Toured and curated by the Dunedin Public Art Gallery. Featuring some treasures of the Dunedin Public Art Gallery: a suite of 45 fashion plates from Rudolph Ackermann's 19th Century publication -- the style bible of its day- Ackermann's Repository of Arts hand-coloured etchings. The exhibition showcases the 'Jane Austen era' when fashion - if not politics, took its lead from post- Revolutionary France. A new egalitarianism in Europe swept across to touch the shores of New Zealand, and created a freer, less constricted design ethic for female dress, led by the Empress Josephine and the Napoleonic Court. Themes included the Turkish Harem, the Napoleonic Wars and the Gothic Revival of the period. The book has since found a new life as the 'go to' publication for all British film and TV dramas recreating the Regency Period. The new "Empire Dress" style was emulated in Regency England when the Industrial Revolution too, enabled new cotton processing methods and a wider availability of quality muslins and cottons. Fashion plates in the show portray the latest in morning dress, carriage dress, garden party and promenade attire, evening dress, opera and wedding dresses. The exhibition is accompanied by a selection of Regency Period fashion accessories, including gloves, parasols, lorgnettes and fans, beaded bags and a 1809 original copy of The Repository of Arts, Literature, Commerce, Manufactures, Fashions and Politics by Ackermann, together with a later Victorian Period dress c.1860 on loan from the Kauri Museum. This exquisite collection of fashion plates was gifted to the DPAG in 1960 by Miss Margaret Middleditch of Rye, Sussex England.
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Behind the Scenes - Girlfriend Fashion Shoot
 
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This new girl gang are making this season's fashion hella cool! In this video, go behind the scenes of Lianna, Angelene, Alexia and Athina Perdis' latest editorial shoot for Girlfriend Magazine - "The Runways". Follow Lianna on Instagram - @liannaperdis FOLLOW NAPOLEON PERDIS - Instagram: http://bit.ly/JkbQkQ Facebook: http://on.fb.me/1k9idVP Subscribe: http://bit.ly/R55J6W
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1795–1820 in Western fashion Top # 22 Facts
 
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1795–1820 in Western fashion Top # 22 Facts
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Spain in the Contemporary Ages (XIX century)
 
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The War of independence French emperor Napoleon Bonaparte was extending his empire across Europe. Spanish king Carlos IV of Bourbon and his son Fernando VII were fighting amongst themselves. This allowed Napoleon to invade Spain and put his brother on the throne under the name of José I Bonaparte. On May 2nd 1808 the people of Madrid rose up against the French invasion. That meant the beginning of the war of independence. The birth of liberalism The war of independence was between Spain and France, but spanish people with different political ideas were also in conflict, like in a civil war. Other countries participated in the war, on one side or another. Great Britain, fighting against Napoleon, was fundamental to the victory of Spain in 1814. In 1812, during the war, the Cortes of Cádiz took place. This is where the first Constitution in the history of Spain was written. It was a liberal text. This means it defended rights and liberties for citizens against absolutism. The return to absolutism After the war, Fernando VII of Bourbon returned to the Spanish throne. Despite the confidence the Spanish people had in the king, he abolished the Constitution and restored absolutism. This led to confrontations between liberals and absolutists in the following years, and this continued after the death of the monarch in 1833. The Spanish colonies in America were not pleased with these events, and proclaimed their independence. A war for the throne Fernando VII changed the Law of Succession to the throne. The new law allowed his daughter Isabel, declared heir, to become queen. When the king died, Isabel was only three years old, and her mother, queen María Cristina of Bourbon, ruled as regent. The infante Carlos, brother of Fernando VII, disagreed with the new law of succession and attempted to claim the throne. Carlos was supported by the absolutists, known as the carlists, and the queen regent gained the support of the liberals, who were able to approve the Constitution of 1837. The absolutists, or Carlists, rejected this situation, and fought the Isabelinos in the First Carlist War. The reign of Isabel II In 1843, at the age of only thirteen, Isabel was proclaimed Queen Isabel II. During her reign, the liberal politicians who had supported her, formed two parties: A) The Moderate liberals, represented by Narváez, were supported by the wealthy classes and defended conservative liberalism. While in power, they approved the Constitution of 1845. B) The Progressives, led by Espartero, represented the middle and lower classes and wanted to bring greater liberties to more sectors of the population. A period of democracy The reign of Isabel II lasted until 1868. In this year a military group rose up against the queen and she went into exile in France. The fall of Isabel II opened a democratic process in Spain. This resulted in the new Constitution of 1869, which established a parliamentary monarchy, where a monarch reigns but does not rule the country. The chosen king was Amadeo I. The new king faced numerous problems that led him to renounce the throne in 1873. The first Spanish Republic was then proclaimed, meaning the first government without a king. However, another military uprising restored the monarchy soon after, in 1874. The Bourbon Restoration A year later, Alfonso XII of Bourbon, son of Isabel II, was restored to the throne. In this period the Constitution of 1876 was approved. This was more conservative than the one before, and a new system of government allowed alternating of the two main political parties, the Conservatives, led by Cánovas del Castillo, and the Liberals, led by Sagasta. The restoration lasted after the death of the king in 1885. His wife, María Cristina of Habsburg, ruled as regent because her son Alfonso XIII, the heir, was still a baby. During her regency, Spain lost its last colonies: Cuba and the Philippines.
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Napoleon Bonaparte Autograph for Sale at Auction
 
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This month's showroom tour includes a host of interesting lots, with Napoleon Bonaparte's autograph, various bachelor's pieces of furniture, a 6.75ct emerald ring and something that nobody should be without, a pinball machine! The catalogue is online now at burstowandhewett.co.uk
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Christopher Esber RAFW 2011 - Napoleon Perdis
 
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Civil War Fashion: Outerwear
 
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A segment of the video gallery tour for the KSU Museum exhibit "On the Home Front." This segment examines women's outerwear of the 1860s.
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The collapse of Napoleons Empire
 
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music parody to American the Beautiful
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