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”Little Black Dress” building by Russian designer Vasily Klyukin

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”Little Black Dress” building by Russian designer Vasily Klyukin

''Little Black Dress'' building by Russian designer Vasily Klyukin

”Little Black Dress” building by Russian designer Vasily Klyukin

Coco Chanel popularized the little black dress. According to one account, the dress was created in the memory of her beloved Arthur Capel, since she couldn’t wear it herself, not being his official wife.

''Little Black Dress'' building by Russian designer Vasily Klyukin

”Little Black Dress” building by Russian designer Vasily Klyukin

''Little Black Dress'' building by Russian designer Vasily Klyukin

”Little Black Dress” building by Russian designer Vasily Klyukin

There is also a second version, according to which Coco cried out: “I can’t go on like this! I’ll dress them all in black!” In 1926, the American magazine Vogue likened the universality of the “little black dress” to that of the Ford automobile.
In front of you is both a building and a monument – on the 4th floor there are clothes and accessories, on the 5th floor there’s a jewelry shop, a café on the 6th floor and a luxury terrace at the top on the 7th floor.

''Little Black Dress'' building by Russian designer Vasily Klyukin

”Little Black Dress” building by Russian designer Vasily Klyukin

''Little Black Dress'' building by Russian designer Vasily Klyukin

”Little Black Dress” building by Russian designer Vasily Klyukin

''Little Black Dress'' building by Russian designer Vasily Klyukin

”Little Black Dress” building by Russian designer Vasily Klyukin

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