Diesel Models Research Survey Hails 2008 As The Best Modern Fashion Era Diesel Models, an agency tailored to helping young, up-and-coming professional models to create a portfolio and receive professional advice
News-Antique.com - Jan 23,2010 - London, England (January 18, 2010) - Diesel Models, an agency tailored to helping young, up-and-coming professional models to create a portfolio and receive professional advice, recently performed a research survey with their registered models to find out what they thought was the best year for modern fashion collections, with 2008's range coming out on top.
2008 saw many new and stylish trends in the fashion world. Feedback from Diesel Models' clients focused on Kate Moss's star-print Chanel jumpsuit which quickly ended up on the racks at Topshop. The long bob hairstyle curried favour with a lot of those questioned, with extra kudos for combining it with a dress or jacket. The elegant Marchesa dress as worn by Colleen Rooney also won over a lot of fans at Diesel Models, as did mini trench coats and high-heeled It shoes.
2008's models also proved popular with those registered at Diesel Models, with names such as Alexa Chung, Agyness Dean, Pixie Geldof and Alice Dellal regularly cropping up in the style stakes. Special mention was reserved, however, for the death of one of the world's greatest fashion icons, Yves Saint Laurent, as one of the stories of the year.
"A lot happened during 2008 and it has obviously left a huge impression on the majority of young professionals who have signed up to Diesel Models," comments Diesel Models Management. "It's fair to say that it was the year of the breakthrough with the likes of Pixie Geldof and Alexa Chung stepping up to the fashion plate, while most of the year's fashions are still being worn and can be still be found on the high street today."
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