Elsa Schiaparelli was an Italian who was heavily influenced by the "beyond the real" art and incorporated that into many of her designs. Her main focus as a designer was to target the more younger generation. She did this by mixing the Greek and Roman modern era freedom of movement pieces and put a more comfortable elegant twist on them to make them easy to wear and accessible to many young people. Mrs. Schiaparelli was a fabulous knitter and that's how she started to get people attention. When she started to realize that people were interested in her knitting skills and pieces of clothing she dropped he job as a technician and went into a new career of knitwear. Elsa Schiaparelli did not have your original run-of-the-mill knits, hers are a mix of metallic threads, mottled, and trompe l'oeil motifs. By doing this it helped her get her ideas out there and then soon landed her a spread in the New York Vogue. Her unique way of stitching patterns together sent women in a tizzy because they loved it so much. Since so many fashion designers wanted to us her ideas she signed a patent so that they could not steal her ideas. Some famous designs of hers that she created was the bra, the pant skirt, the waist-dress, and many more of our everyday fashionable items.
Coco Chanel was the first women who brought the idea of trousers to the women society. She soon became known as the most influential woman of the 1920's for her creative and unique fashion ideas. Her creation are for all women's emancipation and freedom so that they can feel confident in the bold looks that were knew to fashion world.
This man, Jean Patou, was in the eyes of the people "perfect" in the world of fashion. He had ideas that made men and women feel a sort of empowerment in the their work force and life. He made the first ever two piece sweater and skirt outfit in luxiourious wool jersey. Mr. Patou also got a lot of women's attentions by his morning dresses and sports suits.