Designer Balenciaga Cristobal

Balensiaga Cristobal (1895-1972) - designer, couturier, one of the largest figures in fashion of the 20th century, mentor of the most influential fashion designers of the century - A. Kurrezha, Givenchy, E. Ungaro, O. de la Renta. Born in the town of Guetaria in Spain. His artistic inclinations appeared at an early age. Already at the age of 14, he copied couture models. He studied at the tailor and in 1916 founded his own business. By the beginning of the 30s. B. has already gained a reputation as a leading designer in Spain. He moved to Paris in 1937. The tailor's craft helped him at all stages of the creation of the model - in design, tailoring and sewing. B. did not adhere to the main trends of his time. His patterns were often symmetrical, balanced and calm. He liked to use gloomy colors, such as dark shades of brown. And his black was considered famous, recalling the great Spanish painters - Velazquez, El Greco, Murillo. Over time, B. became a recognized colorist. In the late 1950s. showed a doodle, painted in bright yellow and pink colors. B. emphasized the strict elegance of his toilets by combining blocks of white with dark tones of other colors. In 1939, he demonstrated a sloping shoulder line, a thin waist, and fluffy skirts - a style that anticipated K. Dior's new bow.

I used fabrics for my collections that allowed me to create a form using the minimum number of seams and tucks. After the war he created jackets with a more natural waist line and full sleeves. Ten years later, B. created an irregular bottom line in his dresses and coat, lifting them up in front and lowering them at the back. In 1956, he introduced the free-form plateau-shemiz, also known as sak. In the 60s, he showed loose bat-jacketed jackets. Perfect proportions of B.'s dresses gave dignity to any figure. The maestro adhered to the creation of collections of two principles: rigor in everyday clothes and luxury in evening toilets. The latter were famous for their amazing fur trim, embroidery, and sewing with pearls. In 1963 he brought to the catwalk girls harnessed in tights - harlequin. B. was one of the first designers to display tights in his collections. His name is also associated with huge buttons and large, raised collars. Thinking of becoming a purist and creating classic models, B. developed a style that makes his work immediately recognizable. He left the fashion business in 1968, having worked for 31 years. Michel Goma, Josephus Timister, and then Nicolas Gesquière worked at House B. at different times. pozyczki od 18 lat bez zaswiadczen