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Byzantin Costume History. Paludamentum shape.

Byzantin Costume History. Paludamentum shape.

Simply iconic, Hollywood legend Marlon Brando solidified an iconic fashion moment as Johnny Strabler in the motorcycle gang drama The Wild One (1953). Posing on a bike, Brando wears a leather biker jacket and a biker cap stylishly tilted.

Simply iconic, Hollywood legend Marlon Brando solidified an iconic fashion moment as Johnny Strabler in the motorcycle gang drama The Wild One Posing on a bike, Brando wears a leather biker jacket and a biker cap stylishly tilted.

Marlon Brando and Vivien Leigh in a tumultuous scene.

Marlon Brando Makes Waves in A Streetcar Named Desire Marlon Brando captivated audiences on the big screen with the film adaption of Tennessee Willi

Marlon Brando wears his iconic fitted, short-sleeve white t-shirt and poses with a lit cigarette.

If you were born in that year Marlon Brando was hailed as the new Hollywood wonder actor when he brought his acclaimed Broadway role of Stanley Kowalski to Hollywood - A Streetcar Named Desire opened in December the year you were born.

Marlon Brando - 10 Fashion Icons Who Changed How Men Dress Today | Complex

American actor Marlon Brando in character as Stanley Kowalski in the film 'A Streetcar Named Desire', directed by Elia Kazan,

Debenhams Releases Inspired-By Pippa Middleton Royal Wedding Alexander McQueen Dress: Would You Wear It on Your Wedding Day? | POPSUGAR Fashion Australia

Debenhams Releases Inspired-By Pippa Middleton Royal Wedding Alexander McQueen Dress: Would You Wear It on Your Wedding Day? | POPSUGAR Fashion Australia

Bias cut - Wikifashion

One of the most innovative and influential designers of the twentieth century, Madeleine Vionnet not only invented the bias cut, she was also an early adopter of workers' rights and copyright protection of her unique designs.

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A bias cut is defined as simply a diagonal cut on fabric. Bias cuts are used so that when the garment is constructed, the the lines literally come together as a V no matter if they are right side up or upside down.