French fashion brand ‘Nova’ celebrates 50 years of fashion with a fashion photo shoot
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A French fashion house has released a photo shoot for its 50th anniversary that includes a collection of women dressed in ‘nova’ style.
The French label Nova, which was founded in 1960, has become one of the most iconic brands in fashion history, and has become a model for the likes of Calvin Klein, Calvin Klein Paris, L’Oreal, Louis Vuitton, and Valentino, among others.
The collection, which includes fashion staples like Valentino’s Mardi Gras dresses, also includes the popular French “bouche,” and the brand is also known for its “sassy” ads, like this one for L’Oréal.
The brand, which is owned by designer Nicolas Cordeau, also offers clothing for men and women in its line of clothing.
The photo shoot also includes a selection of women in “faux fur” and “satin” suits.
“I am so proud of my children,” Cordeuau told the French news agency AFP.
“They are very bright and they have learned a lot.
They are a very bright generation.”
The designer’s sons, Paul and Yann, are also featured in the photo shoot, which will air in French on Sunday.
The shoot, like the rest of the collection, is part of a campaign to raise money for a new French school in which pupils will learn French, with the aim of developing a more sophisticated and educated generation of French.
Cordeau has been a prominent figure in French fashion since the late 1970s, when he created the label that would become known as Nova.
The brand has become synonymous with fashionable fashion, with Cordeaux and his son Yann often being featured on the cover of GQ.
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