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Calvin Klein was the first fashion designer to enter into America’s widespread cultural lexicon, through sensational (and often controversial) advertising, savvy licensing, and simple, wearable clothing. He got his start in 1968 after founding a coat shop in the York Hotel with $10,000, and over the next three decades proceeded to take the country by storm. So, on Klein’s 70th birthday, we take a look back at seven of his brand’s most iconic moments.
It seems like a massive oversight that as Ebony co-founder and creator of the Ebony Fashion Fair, Eunice Johnson would have never made the Vanity Fair best dressed list.
Someone apparently started a Reddit thread with a photo of himself and his brother circa 1985, prompting others to post ridiculous photos of themselves from the same time period. Here are our favorites.
How many outfits would you guess Cher Horowitz wears over the course of Clueless? Moreover, how many of those aforementioned outfits do you think you could name? The Alaia and Calvin Klein dresses are gimmes, but what about her bridesmaid ensemble or her “white, collar-less shirt from Fred Segal?” Thank goodness for the internet.
A Los Angeles boutique owner got Francisco Costa to remake Cher Horowitz’s famous white Calvin Klein dress from the movie ‘Clueless.’ You know, the one that looked like underwear.