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  • Mame Fashion Dictionary: Tod's Featured Image
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    TOD’S SPA

    The Tod’s brand produces Made in Italy luxury shoes and leather goods. The styles have became icons of modern living. A symbol of the perfect combination of tradition, quality and modernity.

  • Mame Fashion Dictionary: Trussardi Men's Gloves
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    TRUSSARDI

    Founded by Dante Trussardi in 1911 in Bergamo, Italy. The company started as a luxury gloves business. Today, Trussardi is an international brand that produces "Made in Italy" luxury leather goods, men's and womenswear collections.

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    Tatsos

    Maria (1966). Journalist. Editor of Top Girl. Born to a Greek family, she began her career at La Provincia di Como and the Giornale del Popolo of Ticino. In 1991 she was hired at Vera, where, at first, she reported…

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    Textilbibliothek

    Textile-sector library in Sankt Gallen (San Gallo, or St. Gallen) in Switzerland, founded by the city’s Executive Commercial Board in 1878. From 1886 to 1991 it was located in the city’s Industrial and Artisanal Museum. Then it was moved to…

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    Turlington

    Christy (1969). Top model. Born in Oakland, California. Green eyes, brown hair. Half American and half Salvadoran, she represented the most refined and elegant look of the 1990s. She was 13 when she was discovered by the photographer Dennie Cody…

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    Tatlin

    Pseudonym of Vladimir Levgrafovitch (1885-1953). Russian artist. Born in Moscow. A Soviet militant, he was, with Rodchenko, one of the founders of the Constructivist Movement. A forerunner of industrial design, he also created his own furniture and designed outfits with…

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    Tremelloni Library

    Located at 223 Viale Sarca in Milan, in the headquarters of the textile and clothing associations. Its subject is predominantly the “fashion system.” Monographs, technical reviews, periodicals, designers’ catalogues, books on costume’s exhibitions, press reviews, videos, graduation theses, and illustrated…

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    Tchicaya

    Patrice Félix (1960). French photographer of Congolese descent. At a very young age he left his family to move to London where he entered the world of fashion. His work is marked by his ironic view and his skill at…

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    Trigère

    Pauline (1912). French dressmaker. More than a designer of women’s outfits, she was a true craftswoman. She was born in Paris, moved to New York in 1937, after completing her studies and working in her father’s dressmaking boutique and in…

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    Torun

    Vivianna (1927). Swedish jewelry artist, who worked especially in silver. One of her “pieces,” Assymetrical Necklace, 1959, has been called “a milestone in modern jewelry” (Barbara Cartlidge in Twentieth Century Jewellery). In 1948 she opened her first workshop in MalmÖ.…