What’s going on with fashion houses in the 1950s?

The 1950s, which was a decade of rapid growth in the fashion industry, marked a turning point in fashion for Australia.

From the 1950 to the 1960s, Australia’s fashion industry had been the world’s leading fashion market, but by the mid-1960s it was falling behind.

A few of the major fashion houses that dominated the industry had already closed their doors by the early 1970s, and some had even gone bankrupt.

This was when fashion house pioneer and Australian-born couturier James Ward, with the help of his friend and fellow couturiers Louis Vuitton, started an ambitious project to revitalise the industry.

His idea was to create a new, brand-new style of design, called “the era of fashion”.

It was this era of the “new couture”, in which couturiest would wear their own clothes, rather than buy them from the big companies, and the “old couture” would remain at the same level.

The result was an entirely new era of modern fashion.

In the 1950, the couture house world was dominated by Louis Vuocolas, the iconic label of the French company, who were the biggest fashion houses.

The brand name of Louis Vuorchestra, however, was not only a brand, but a brand of fashion, a fashion house.

The name was also associated with a certain lifestyle, a way of dressing, which influenced the way in which the company was run.

In addition to the couturies, other influential names of the time included the British designer Ralph Lauren, the American designer Ralph de Souza and the German designer Paul Rudolph.

The first couture shop in Australia was opened in 1954 by James Ward.

It was called “Ward’s”, but in its heyday it was known as the “Ward and Ward’s”.

In its early days, the shop was a great success.

In 1960, it was one of the best-known designers in the country.

The owners of the shop had been friends for many years, and when Ward began working with them, the first thing he said was, “This is our best-kept secret”.

In the years that followed, the business grew, and in 1967 the first couturie opened in Australia, and many more followed.

The “new” style was also influential in fashion in the United States, where fashion houses such as Calvin Klein and Louis Vuors continued to thrive, even though they were losing money.

In 1974, the US Supreme Court ruled in the case of Jacobs v.

Valentino that the fashion labels that produced clothing and accessories for celebrities and high-end stores had a First Amendment right to make money.

This ruling changed the way fashion was sold in America.

The court said that the designers and brands had a constitutional right to sell goods and services for the public.

This meant that the designer had to take part in the making of the goods and the services and that the products had to be reasonably priced.

The decision also meant that there were no restraints on the amount of money the designers could make from their business.

The Supreme Court also gave the designers a licence to sell their products without paying the manufacturer royalties.

This enabled designers to create more fashionable clothing and even accessories that were cheaper than traditional clothing and clothes for the wealthy.

The new style was so successful in America that it was adopted around the world.

In 1989, fashion house designer Jean-Michel Basquiat created his own couture style, which he called “The New Style”.

The new fashion in America, however did not translate to Australia, as many of the big American companies did not want to take the risk of buying their clothes from a Canadian couturist, or from the UK, where the brand name was “Louboutin”.

In fact, there were several problems with the fashion house concept.

First, American designers were not allowed to create anything that could be considered fashionable.

In fact many designers had to go into business in order to create the products that they wanted to sell.

Secondly, American fashion houses were also not allowed any form of advertising, which meant that a designer could only sell clothes if they had a good reputation with customers.

Finally, American couturiness had a strong influence on the design of Australian fashion, and this was especially evident when it came to the way that they designed clothing.

For example, designers were encouraged to use colours and patterns that were familiar to Australians, such as red, blue, green, pink, yellow, purple and so on.

The idea was that the colour and pattern of a garment would help the wearer identify it as being made by Australian designers.

However, many American designers, especially designers from the US, did not like the way their clothes were designed, and felt that the Australian designers were selling the brand too much.

In Australia, the designers were also allowed to design clothes that were very expensive, and they were allowed to make them as a “fashion show” in

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