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Fashion History Fashions of the Twentieth Century
Gibson Girl Look –Shirtwaist blouses –Hats- enormous with birds, feathers, ribbons, etc.
Men Spats Formal wear –Frock coats –Spats –Hats
World War I Hobble skirts- womens legs revealed for the first time! Narrow shape
Men Simplier form of dress more popular
1920s Flapper Sportswear introduced
Chanel Fashion Influence from 1920s until World War II Resurfaces in 1954 Little black dress Tweed Suit
1930s Era of elegance Bias cut Cowl neck Ginger Rogers
Men Double breasted suits Wide lapels Shoulders broadened
1940s World War II Separates introduced that can be mixed and matched
1940s Bobby socks, pleated skirts
New Look Christian Dior Full bustlines Tiny waists Full skirts
1940s Men Casual!
1950s Donna Reid or I Love Lucy Look
1950s Full skirts and strapless dresses
1960s Kennedy Era Chanel Suit Pillbox hat
1960s Aubrey Hepburn Look
1960s Hot Pants Jeans
1960s Mini Skirts The Mod Look
1970s Pantsuits, wide legs with large cuffs/ bell bottoms hip huggers Pants for women became acceptable in the work place. Long pointed collars.
Athletic wear more popular inspired by the movie Flashdance
1990s Doc Martens replaced atletic footwear
1990s Platform Shoes
1990s Retro look
Fashion History. Sources of Clothing History Actual garments from 18 th century Portraits, diaries, photographs, personal letters Limited information.
Fashion Eras Apparel Development II – L. Pate. The American fashion magazine Vogue, featured a woman in a loose-fitting style of dress. Styles continued.
Fashion History “The Difference Between Style & Fashion Is Quality”
Fashion Trends. Roaring 1920s Men and Women dressed more alike Men: Fedoras, tapered trousers, pin- stripe suits Women: Flapper Fashion, pantsuits, bob.
Advanced Fashion: Standard 1 History of Fashion Created by: Kris Caldwell Timpanogos High School (There is also a powerpoint created by Fashion Marketing.
2.02 – The history of Fashion February Fashion History – Development of Styles earliest clothing – the first clothes and fabrics animal skins, hair,
Fashion History Chapter 5. The Earliest Clothing Made from natural resources as protection from weather –Animal skins and hair –plants –grasses –tree.
20th century fashion Girsheva Anna, F-52. Before the First World War Women Long dresses Long hair Stiff corsets Men Dark suits Short hair and moustaches.
Fashion History Fashion Marketing. Objectives 1.What are the needs satisfied by clothing? 2.What is the history of clothing? 3.What is the relationship.
50’s By Diana and Patty. Garments After WW2, dresses and skirts were tailored to create a more feminine look Tailored suits, fitted jackets, peplum.
Fashion through the Ages Part th Century Influences Women working in fashion = slacks Automobile on fashion = dust coats, hats w/ scarves.
1920’s to NOW. Revolutionized the fashion world. With the arrival of the ‘jazz age’ and prohibition, women's skirts rose to the knees, hair was cut.
Popular items in early fashion history: Long, Floor length skirts Lace, Frills, and Chiffon as clothing decorations Collars Yoke Blouses Tea Gowns- loose,
REMERGENCE OF THE FEMININE. Women's fashion in the 1930s was more conservative than that of the optimistic 1920s. Another contrast in fashion in the 1930s.
Fashion Statements TIP Fashion is constantly changing. It is anything that is currently in.
The 40’s Introduction WWII – 1939 – – Paris fell to Germany= controls haute couture 1941 – US enters War 1943 – Nylon stocking.
Dress Styles, Neckline Styles, Collar Styles, Sleeve Styles, Shirt Styles, Pants, Jackets & Coats.
History of Fashion - costume through the decades.
Roaring 20’s Introduction 1920 – Prohibition goes into effect – 18 th Amendment – until 1933 1920 – 19 th Amendment – Women’s Right to.
What Is Fashion? Back to Table of Contents. What Is Fashion? 2 Chapter 1 What Is Fashion? Introducing Fashion Fashion History.
Fashion in the 1900s The Edwardian Era. Introduction Edwardian Era – King Edward VII Leader of the fashionable elite Beautiful Age.
MENS WEAR Frock coat. A frock coat is a man's coat characterized by a knee-length skirt (often cut just above the knee) all around the base, popular during.
By Jeremy Raiford. Dress Code for Females Business Suit/ Business Pantsuit A coordinated jacket may accompany a skirt or ankle length pants o Skirts.
1930’s Introduction 1931 – Empire State Building completed 1932 – Amelia Earnhardt flies solo across the Atlantic – Vanishes 1932.
Menswear Women’s Clothing Accessories It’s Cold Outside.
BEGINNING ESL LESSON. Clothes are also called garments.
The Importance of Being Earnest The Cult of Clothing.
Flappers Designers Dress code for men and women Day wear Evening wear Designers.
+ Design Details Dress Styles, Neckline Styles Collar Styles Sleeve Styles Shirt Styles Pants Jackets & Coats.
Fashion History Fashion History Glossary Can you match the picture to the definition in the glossary?
Darebin Fashion Parade What were the best and worst dressed people of Darebin wearing in the old days?
Design Detail Taken from: Fashion! By Mary Wolfe.
Dressing for Success. Lets go back in history 1848 America creates first civilian work uniform Levis denim overalls.
UNIT B EVOLUTION AND MOVEMENT OF FASHION 2.03 Recognize the relationship between historical events and fashion evolution.
I’m making a presentation What should I wear?. Its not about having the “right” suit, the “right” watch, or the “right” haircut. What to wear: Matching.
I am presenting. What should I wear?. It is not about having the “right” suit, the “right” watch, or the “right” haircut… What to wear: Matching suit.
At the turn of the century fashion looked like the late 1800’s. Rich women needed morning dresses, afternoon dresses and evening dresses. Women.
Stage Door Costume Looks. 1930s – Womens Dresses Silhouette: ¾ Length Short Sleeved Fabrics: Cottons for Every Day; Silks and Taffeta for Formal Prints:
History of Shoe Design. Antiquity Ancient Egypt Sandals were made from papyrus or leather Ancient Greece Greeks were excellent shoemakers Each occupation.
Christian Dior 1940s – The New Look Amy Dadamo.
Body Styles "Fashion is architecture: it is a matter of proportions. " Coco Chanel.
THE 1930S & 1940S FASHION HISTORY CONTINUED. OVERVIEW Historical Overview of the 1930s & 1940s What defines these decades’ fashion? Women’s Fashion Men’s.
Fashion in the 1920s Harley Chase, Victoria Powers, Ashley Sarno, Jan Donato, & Julie Tonuzi.
Dress for Success: Your Guide to Looking Sharp by Dr. Tom Stephens.
F ASHION AND T ECHNOLOGY FROM THE 1940 S. By: Andrea Olson.
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