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    Homespun

    Handmade fabric similar to bouclé, which is heavy and knotted, but very warm to wear. It is used for sport jackets and coats.

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    Herrera

    Carolina (1938). Venezuelan designer. Before becoming interested into fashion, she was simply considered as one of the ten most elegant women in the world. In 1981 she launched her own line in New York, based on jackets, tailleurs, and cocktail…

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    Heisel

    Sylvia (1963). American designer. Her creations are characterized by a sophisticated elegance. She constantly tries to combine practicality with refinery. After launching her first overcoat Collection in New York for Henry Bendel and an exclusive women’s line, in 1987 she…

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    Hechter

    Daniel (1938). French designer. He can be credited as one of the activists of sportswear clothing to be worn also in cities. Son of textile entrepreneur, he made his debut with his first womenswear Collection in 1962. This was followed…

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    Head

    Edith (1907-1981). American costume designer. She was a legend in her business. After working on hundreds of films, in which she achieved 8 Oscars and 33 nominations, she died while working on the film Dead Men Don’t Wear Plaid. Excellent…

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    Hotel

    German brand of women’s clothing. Established in 2000 by the designers Ingken Benesch and Kai Duenhoelter. A great passion for modern aesthetics and materials stimulate their Collections. The clothes are sensual, which discreetly cover and uncover the body, thanks to…

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    Hall

    Jerry (1962). American model. She is married to the rockstar, Mick Jagger, with whom she has three children. Her talent scout was the illustrator, Antonio Lopez, who chose her as model and pin-up girl. In the early 1980s, not yet…

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    Holding Bonotto

    Wool factory established in 1978 in Molvena, Vicenza. It manufactures fabrics that are continually researched and evolving, intended for women, but now also for men, in fibers that have now amplified from wools to include natural and artificial materials. The…

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    Humbert

    Pascal (1966). French designer. He attended painting courses at the School of Fine Arts in Mulhouse. At the age of 19 he created the first clothing Collection for his boutique. From 1989 to 1991 he lived in London, where he…

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    Huntsman

    Famous tailoring workshop at 11 Savile Row in London. Here the manufacturing of a suit requires a two-year wait. The workshop was made famous thanks to the excellence of its fox-hunting and horse-riding gears. Established in 1849 by Henry Huntsman,…