Pastèque means "watermelon" in French.
Even though watermelon is a very ~stylish~ fruit, pastèque isn't actually a fashion term.
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Unfortunately Silver Fox Designs is not a thing... yet.
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Grace Coddington was Creative Director until 2016.
He was born in Hamburg, Germany.
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She is famous for styling the ladies of the HBO series Sex and the City.
It's basically a long sleeve, fuller at the bottom than the top.
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Mario Balotelli is an Italian soccer player.
He was also a meme for a hot second in 2012.
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The iconic Gabrielle "Coco" Chanel, of course.
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Mary Janes are closed-toe shoes with one or more straps across the instep.
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It's founder, Arthur Cinader, picked a name that represented the brand's preppy aesthetic and competed with Ralph Lauren's Polo label.
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The ever so stylish, Iris Apfel.
Chesterfield coatPeacoatLong blazerBalmacaan coat
He was head designer at Givenchy from 1996 to 2001.
Fedoras have a wide brim; smaller-sized-brim hats are called trilbies.
Louis Vuitton is a real person.
His career started in 1852 when Napoleon's wife hired him as her personal box-maker and packer.
False, it was an important battle during the French RevolutionTrue! It happened in November 1973False, it has something to do with Marie AntoinetteTrue, it was a show hosted by King Louis XIV
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