From the 1920s to the 1970s, a lot of glamour was synonymous with the Parisian fashion world, and for good reason.
La Fon fashion had its roots in the 1920’s, with the style inspired by the “Bachelor” TV series, where a group of women gathered in Paris to compete in the “Miss Faux” category.
The women had to have a “suit of silk and diamonds” and wear a “golden dress.”
However, the era has been largely forgotten.
Today, the French fashion scene is dominated by fashion brands like Marc Jacobs, Gucci, and Gucci Plus.
LaFons influence on fashion has been reflected in the trends of the past decade.
There’s no denying that La Foni has a huge influence on the fashion world.
La Fon is a style that started in France and went global in the 1950s, when the couture world was dominated by a select few.
It was a time when fashion designers were trying to catch up with the world and create new trends.
During the 1960s, it was a style associated with the likes of Coco Chanel, Audrey Hepburn, and Audrey Hepworth.
Today it’s synonymous with models like Cara Delevingne, and the likes