THEN & NOW: SPREADS REIMAGINED FROM THE PAST

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THEN & NOW: SPREADS REIMAGINED FROM THE PAST
By Meghan November 4, 2020 No comments

The good things stay with us - these spreads, which are still inspiring today in their modernized form, are the proof.

 

 

THEN: CHILDREN


THEN: CHILDREN

 

Nice from the very beginning Perhaps you still remember your favorite piece when you were a child, and maybe you still have and treasure it today. For 70 years, we have created such memories – with imaginatively cute models for girls and boys. When wearing them, they are at least as proud as the moms, grandmothers, and friends were when they had finished sewing them.

 

 

NOW: CHILDREN


NOW: CHILDREN

Girl's Cotton Plumetis Dress #131 03/2017

 

This plumetis dress sewn in a light blue is fun for celebrating - such as for a birthday. The fabric is enhanced at the neckline and the hem with decorative machine stitching. The style is one that also works well with printed fabrics, and also a beautiful style that can pass on to the next generation after a growth spurt.

 

 

THEN: FASHION


THEN: FASHION

 

Trendy is what we all want to be – regardless of the era. In the 1950s, we showed most models as illustrations and now we present the results of elaborate photo productions. Both approaches have their charm, as shown in this fashion spread with the prettiest variants of the blouse cuts of the season.

 

 

NOW: FASHION BLOUSE BANONZA!


NOW: FASHION BLOUSE BANONZA!

Crepe Blouses #102ABC 06/2017

 

A high-neck blouse that is anything but boring! A few highlights include a detachable neck bow, piping at the collar, along the concealed button front placket, pockets and cuffs. A perfect style choice for a cocktail evening with girlfriends … The white business blouse that is not quite the usual basic white business blouse. Sharp black piping outlines at the collar, cuffs, shoulders and patch pocket.

 

THEN: SEWING LESSONS


THEN: SEWING LESSONS

 

Oh, that’s how to do it! You fell in love with the model instantly, but it’s somehow complicated... How wonderful that we include our sewing lessons. From the beginning, an important part of our magazines and for improved clarity, always drawn – by hand earlier, but today on the computer.

 

NOW: SEWING LESSONS


NOW: SEWING LESSONS

 

Check out our latest sewing lesson here (https://www.burdastyle.com/blog/sewing-lesson-112-jersey-pullover-2020), then check back every month for the issue's sewing lesson feature so you can easily sew along!

 

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