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Advanced Fashion: Standard 1 History of Fashion Created by: Kris Caldwell Timpanogos High School (There is also a powerpoint created by Fashion Marketing for this standard)
Fashion History How do we find out about historical fashion? Actual Garments Old Paintings Fashion Publications Photographs Written Publications –P–People dressed according to what society allowed for the social classes. –T–The industrial revolution of the 1800s fostered new inventions. With the invention of the sewing machine, clothing could be mass produced.
Influential People in Fashion History Elizabeth I: Queen of England 1558-1603 She wore: – Ruffs (large, round collar) – Epaulets (Shoulder ornaments) – Jeweled wigs – Plucked forehead and brows – Corsets – Hoop Skirt (Farthingale)
Influential People in Fashion History Louis XIV: King of France 1643-1715 He sent dolls to every European court, sow they would know about Paris fashions.
Influential People in Fashion History Marie Antoinette: Queen of France 1775- 1793 Used paste to whiten and stiffen her hair to extreme heights. Excessive fashion
Influential People in Fashion History George Bryan Beau Brummel – Led trends for men in the early 1800s – His style is known as Dandyism (a style of dress and a lifestyle that celebrated elegance and refinement in the 1800s) – Included: Straight posture, well- fitting clothes, top hat, tailcoat, and white gloves.
Influential People in Fashion History Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis – Americas First Lady in the early 1960s – Famous for: Pillbox hats and ¾ length sleeve suits
Influential People in Fashion History The Beattles – Trendsetting British rock band – Came to America in 1964 – Mop-top Hairstyles – This was extreme hairstyles for the early 1960s
Early 1900s S Curve Shape Saggy Chests Corsets were disappearing
1920s Coco Chanel introduced sportswear and trousers Flappers: young, independent –minded, free-spirited women who wore short skirts and hairstyles.
1930s * Movie Stars set the fashions *Invention of Nylon, women loved nylon stockings *Great Depression slowed fashion trends
1940s World War II=Fabric shortages Shorter skirts and more use of synthetic fabrics, like rayon. Simple styles=being patriotic
1950s After the war, women returned to feminine roles. Christian Dior introduced the New Look (long hemlines, narrow shoulders, tight bodices and long, full, or narrow skirts)
1960s Youth movement Hippie style Middle and Far East influences (bright colors, peasant embroidery, cheesecloth, safari jackets) Mod look (mini skirts, gogo boots) British Invasion
1970s Disco Style (lame fabrics, leopard prints, jumpsuits) Punk Fashion (Doc Marten shoes, safety pins, chains, frayed clothing) Feminist Movement (Women wearing pantsuits)
1980s Power Look for working women (shoulder pads) Synthetic Fabrics (Spandex) Athletic clothing Bright colors
1990s More casual styles Grunge style (messy, uncombed, disheveled)