Elsa Schiaparelli's visored evening cap from 1949 [left]…and Miuccia Prada's FW2010//11 eyebrow glasses [right].
Penelope Tree by Richard Avedon for American Vogue in 1968 [left]... and a Peter Lindbergh picture of Giselle Bündchen in the April 2009 issue of Harper's Bazaar [right].
Monsieur Yves Saint Laurent wearing a cute little crochet vest in his home in Paris in 1970 [left]... Moschino Cheap and Chic's collection for FW2012//13 [right].
Jean Shrimpton photographed in 1966 by Irving Penn [left]... and a picture taken by Richard Bush featuring Abbey Lee Kershaw in the september issue 2011 of iD magazine [right].
Vogue UK by David Montgomery's dress with a macro-flower print [left]... and an outfit from the FW 2012//13 collection of Marni [right].
Wallis Simpson in Elsa Schiaparelli, photographed by Cecil Beaton in 1937 for Vogue [left]...and a design from Prada's SS//2011 collection, photographed by David Sims [right].
F.C. Gundlach in 1966 in Gizah for German magazine 'Brigitte" [left] ... Cacharel accessories in the FW 2012//13 show.
They say that great minds think alike, and there is not exception when we talk about fashion. Today's fashion is and will always be inspired by the past. Fashion repeats itself over and over again, this is not a big secret. I love this website called, Into the Fashion, edited by Diana Murek, this blog analyzes current fashion trends, sources of inspirations and similarities within collections... pretty cool, huh?, so if you were wondering where and how the designers/stylists find their inspiration, this site will give you an idea. And if you want to know more about trend forecasting, check out Diana's posts on Grazia.it.
images via: into the fashion