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Fashion History. Sources of Clothing History  Actual garments from 18 th century  Portraits, diaries, photographs, personal letters  Limited information.

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1 Fashion History

2 Sources of Clothing History  Actual garments from 18 th century  Portraits, diaries, photographs, personal letters  Limited information available prior to 14 th century

3 Historical Trendsetters  Elizabeth I (Queen of England 1558-1603)  Louis XIV (King of France 1643-1715)  Marie Antoinette (Queen of France 1775- 1793)  George Bryan “Beau” Brummell (early 1800’s)  Jackie Kennedy (early 1960’s)  The Beatles (1960-70)

4 1900-1910  Gibson Girl Look  Shirtwaist blouses  Hats- enormous with birds, feathers, ribbons, etc.

5 1900-1910 Men  Spats  Formal wear  Frock coats  Spats  Hats

6 1911-1920  World War I  Hobble skirts- women’s legs revealed for the first time!  Narrow shape

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8 1911-1920  Men  Simpler form of dress more popular

9 1920’s  Flapper  Sportswear introduced

10 1920’s

11 Chanel  Fashion Influence from 1920’s until World War II  Resurfaces in 1954  Little black dress  Tweed Suit

12 1930’s  Era of elegance  Bias cut  Cowl neck  Ginger Rogers

13 1930’s

14 1930’s  Men  Double breasted suits  Wide lapels  Shoulders broadened

15 1940’s  World War II  Separates introduced that can be mixed and matched

16 1940’s Bobby socks, pleated skirts

17 New Look  Christian Dior  Full bust lines  Tiny waists  Full skirts

18 1940’s Men Casual!

19 1950’s  Donna Reid or “I Love Lucy” Look

20 1950’s  Full skirts and strapless dresses

21 1960’s  Kennedy Era  Chanel Suit  Pillbox hat

22 1960’s  Aubrey Hepburn Look

23 1960’s Hot Pants Jeans

24 1960’s  Mini Skirts  The Mod Look

25 1970’s  Pantsuits, wide legs with large cuffs/ bell bottoms  hip huggers  Pants for women became acceptable in the work place.  Long pointed collars.

26 1970’s

27 1980’s

28 1980’s  Athletic wear more popular inspired by the movie “Flashdance”

29 1990’s  Doc Martens replaced athletic footwear

30 1990’s  Platform Shoes

31 1990’s  Retro look


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