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Fatima Lopes & Muhlbauer & Kinder Aggugini

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FATIMA LOPES Fatima comes from the Portuguese island of Madeira. She was born and grew up in its capital city, Funchal. Since an early age she showed an interest in fashion and during her adolescence, unhappy with what the shops had to offer in terms of clothing, started to design her own clothes. Being fluent in English, French and German, she worked as a tourist guide for a local travel agency. In 1990 Fatima moved to Lisbon, where she believed she could better pursue a career as a fashion designer. With a friend she opened a boutique named "Versos", which sold mainly clothes from international designers. In 1992 the boutique changed its name to "Fatima Lopes" and in that year the Fatima Lopes brand was born. In September of the same year, she participated in a fashion show made in an old convent in Lisbon (Convento do Beato), where her work was widely applauded. In 1994 she exhibited her collection in Paris at the "Salon du Pret-a -Porter Feminin". Two years later she opened her first international store in Paris, located in the famous rue de Grenelle. At the same time she began to diversify her collections by creating bags and shoes for both men and women. In December 1998, she started the management of the model agency "FACE MODELS" in Lisbon. In the year 2000 she caused a media sensation by appearing on a catwalk herself in Paris wearing the world's most expensive bikini, made out of gold and diamonds, with an estimated value of one million dollars. In 2003 she opened her first brand store in the United States, located in Melrose Avenue in the city of Los Angeles. She worked on the design of the official suit of the 2006 Portuguese football World Cup team. KLAUS MUHLBAUER  Klaus Muhlbauer is the fourth generation to take over the family business, which he has been running since 2001. Like his forefathers he is a trained hat-maker and milliner. Klaus Muhlbauer concentrates on headwear, the core business of the company. Together with his sister Marlies Muhlbauer he designs hat collections. An extremely able hat-maker and milliner team supports them in their own Viennese factory. The new generation managed an image change around that gives Muhlbauer hats a place in the best shops and boutiques around the world, including Le Bon Marche (Paris), Harrods (London), Bergdorf Goodman (New York) and Isetan (Tokyo). KINDER AGGUGINI Kinder Aggugini was born in the late 1960's in Italy. He hit puberty with the early birth of punk and by his mid teens was christened with the name Kinder by one of his punk friends (who happened to be nick-named Weetabix) and with his new name and new thirst for rock and roll spent his time and money traveling to London and to the heart of the 80's club scene. Kinder moved to London and enrolled in to the now infamous St Martins School of Art where he graduated in 1988. He began his apprentice in London's Savile Row, going onto work with John Galliano where he had successfully applied for the position dressed as a policeman. From here Kinder went onto work with Vivienne Westwood, Paul Smith and later overseas working with the world's most prestigious luxury design houses, Calvin Klein, Costume National and as head designer at Versace when Gianni passed away. In 1997 he began Kinder Fashion Design acting purely as a consultancy to the most covetable luxury brands in the world. In winter 2006 Kinder, fashion's best kept secret, stepped from behind the scenes with his first concise but perfect solo collection of both men's and womenswear. Entitled "Out of the blue and into the black" this collection offered painstakingly personally developed luxury fabrics dyed in the same vat and then over-dyed in navy, giving the entire collection an iridescence of dark navy hues from the same tint. The collection was viewed personally by Rei Kawakubo and launched exclusively into Dover Street Market that season.
Release Date
2011
Language
In English
Notes
  • Title from title frames.
  • In Process Record.
Published
[San Francisco, California, USA] : Kanopy Streaming, 2015.
Recording Info
Originally produced by Exero Films in 2011.
Publisher no.
1084964 Kanopy
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Mode of access: World Wide Web.
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