In Fashion, A Name Grants Immortality … or Less Pretentiously: “Let’s Play Jeopardy!!” (8)

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Names often fool.
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But if moneys and longevity are at stake in a fashion game of changing trends and whimsical consumer fancies, then a good name – preferably not your boring own – should be used as a talisman to tide over the capricity of the business.

if you think you know your fashion history, and fashion pseudonym trivia, then let’s play Jeopardy!

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In 1957, Tony Armstrong Jones a Vogue photographer was among the few at the vanguard of forging a new visual language. There was movement, theatricality and a forced naturalism. In 1960, Cecil Beaton teased him when he married Princess Margaret, conferring him a certain mythdom, and the title of lordship. You will know him better as:
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Lord Snowdon.

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~ by acrylicstetson on September 25, 2007.

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