FASHION 20TH CENTURY (INT) -BU
OUR DELIVERY METHODS
The delivery cost for orders of less than € 150.00 TO ITALY equals to € 3.95.
Delivery time for Italy: 2 working days * (Mon.-Fri.).
The delivery can be followed through a special code, provided by Bartolini courier.
* Delivery may take longer for remote areas.
The delivery cost for orders of less than € 150 FOR ABROAD COUNTRIES starts at € 7.50.
The delivery is free for the following geographical areas (this applies to orders of an amount greater than € 150.00):
The delivery cost for orders of over € 150 is € 4.45 for all other countries. The delivery becomes free for orders above € 400.
Delivery times abroad: 3/5 working days (Mon.-Fri.).
The delivery abroad is traceable through a special code, provided by DHL.
Delivery in Italy: details.
Once the order has been shipped, you will receive an e-mail from Bartolini courier. The shipping cost of € 3.95 (for orders below € 150) can also be payed cash at delivery.
International Delivery: details and restrictions.
Orders shipped outside Italy have delivery times ranging from a minimum of 3 to a maximum of 5 working days (Mon.-Fri).
Expected shipping and delivery costs and times vary from country to country.
For specific areas and countries outside the EU, the shipping cost is € 15.00. We are not able to provide the import tax and duty of a specific destination country. The payment of these import taxes is sole responsibility of the Customer.
Nohowstyle.com does not ship to P.O. Boxes, according to the international laws governing the trade in imports and exports. Additionally, orders are shipped outside the EU with an official invoice stating the exact total of goods purchased in Euro.
Nohowstyle.com cannot currently offer delivery in Azerbaijan, Morocco and India.
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The 20th century saw fashion evolve from an exclusive Parisian salon business catering to a wealthy elite into a global industry employing millions, with new trends whisked into stores before the last model has left the catwalk. Along the way, the signature silhouettes of each era evolved beyond recognition. For women,House of Worth crinolines gave way toVionnet’s bias-cut gowns, Dior’s New Look to Quant’s Chelsea Look, Halston’s white suit to Frankie B.’s low-rise jeans. In menswear, ready-made suits signaled the demise of bespoke tailoring, long before Hawaiian shirts or skinny jeans entered the fore.
20th-Century Fashion offers a retrospective of the last hundred years of style via 400 fashion advertisements from the Jim Heimann Collection. Theimages trace not only the changing trends but also the evolution in their marketing and audience, as fashion was adopted into popular culture and the mass market, decade by decade. An in-depth introduction and illustrated time line detail the style-makers and trendsetters and how the historic events, design houses, retailers, films, magazines, and celebrities shaped the way we dressed—then and now.