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  1. I would have to disagree with you on the first Tuxedo designed for women not being designed by YSL. It’s true that women could don a tuxedo that was tailored to fit their body shape as created by Chanel, but it was identical to a menswear tuxedo. There was no change except in proportions fabric allowing for a larger curves. Le Smoking was the first true tuxedo that was designed for feminine fashion rather than put a woman in a menswear tuxedo as could be said of the Chanel 1920’s tuxedo. It’s the difference between putting a man in a mumu dress and saying it was design for him and putting him in an Indonesian sarong that’s is designed accentuate his natural body contours.

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