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<h1 align="center">Cristobal<span style="color:red">BALENCIAGA</span></h1>
          <h2 align="center">Legend and Fashion Designer Extraordinaire</h2>
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         <blockquote><p>"A couturier must be an architect for design, a sculptor for shape, a painter for color, a musician for harmony, and a philosopher for temperance."<span style=" color:red"><em>-Cristobal Balenciaga-</em></span></p></blockquote>
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      <h3 align="center"><strong>January 21, 1895-March 23, 1972</h3>
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   <div class="caption" align="center">"The Master of us all"<span style="color:red"><em>-Christian Dior-</em></span></div></div>
<p>Cristobal Balenciaga. A fashion architect in every sense of the word. He defied the odds of starting a successful clothing brand and revolutionized the word fashion designer.</p>
     <p>Balenciaga was born January 21, 1895 in Getaria, Spain. Often he spent time with his mother as she worked as a seamstress. When Balenciaga was twelve, he started work as the apprentice of a tailor. As a teenager, his most important customer and patron was the Marchioness de Casa Torres, who was the noblewoman in his town. The Marchioness sent Balenciaga to Madrid where he trained in tailoring.</p>
     <p>Balenciaga was known to be one of the few couturiers in fashion history who was actually able to design, cut and sew the models which exemplified the rise of his creativity. Balenciaga’s success started early in his life. At age twenty he had his own dressmaking business and opened a boutique in San Sebastian, Spain in 1919. His business expanded all the way to Barcelona and Madrid.</p>
       <p>During the Spanish Civil War Balenciaga had to close his stores and move to Paris. This is where he opened his Paris Couture House in 1973. After the war, Balenciaga’s creativity raised to new heights. In 1951, he reinvented the silhouette by broadening the shoulders and removing the waist. This sculpted look created designs like the tunic dress which later was developed into the chemise dress, high- waisted dresses, kimono like cut coats and many other masterpieces that lived up to their expectation for 30 years.</p>
       <p>At the age of 74, Balenciaga retired and closed his stores in Paris, Barcelona, and Madrid. He held fashion designing classes which housed and inspired many other notable designers like Mila Schon, Oscar de la Renta, and Hubert de Givenchy to name a few.</p>
  <p>Balenciaga died March 23, 1972 in Xabia, Spain. He was named the “master of us all” by Christian Dior and “the only couturier in the truest sense of the word” by Coco Chanel. Balenciaga’s most promising pieces can be seen in a museum in his hometown in Spain and his fashion house continues to create and design still to this day.</p>
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   <h4 align="center"><em>To get more info about Balenciaga and see more of his famous collection click <a href="http://www.metmuseum.org/toah/hd/bale/hd_bale.htm" target="blank">here!</a></em></h4>
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