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FASHION Kód ITMS projektu: 26110130519 Gymnázium Pavla Jozefa Šafárika – moderná škola tretieho tisícročia Vzdelávacia oblasť: Jazyk a komunikácia Predmet.

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1 FASHION Kód ITMS projektu: Gymnázium Pavla Jozefa Šafárika – moderná škola tretieho tisícročia Vzdelávacia oblasť: Jazyk a komunikácia Predmet Anglický jazyk Ročník, triedy: IV.OA Tematický celok: Móda Vypracoval: Ing. Diana Matisová Dátum:

2 The Ancient Greeks exercised naked. In fact, this is where our word “gymnasium” comes from; γυμνός (gymnos) means naked in Ancient and Modern Greek. INTERESTING FACTS

3 It was not acceptable for women to wear shorts in public until World War 2. INTERESTING FACTS

4 The bikini was named after the island Bikini Atoll, where the US military was testing its bombs in World War 2. It was so named because its creator, Louis Réard, belived the revealing suit would create a shock like that of the atomic bomb (1946). INTERESTING FACTS



7 Children dressed identically to adults until the mid-1800s, when the concept of children’s clothing took off. INTERESTING FACTS

8 Dresses and skirts are commonly seen as women’s clothing in the West, but in other parts of the world, men wear them as frequently as women do. INTERESTING FACTS

9 A person’s social rank and profession in the Medieval Ages was represented by the color of their clothing. The nobility wore red, peasants wore brown and gray, and merchants, bankers, and gentry wore green. INTERESTING FACTS

10 The earliest known shoes are sandals that date back to approximately 7,000 B.C. However, bone analysis of early humans suggest humans began wearing shoes as early as 40,000 years ago. INTERESTING FACTS

11 1.Where does the word gymnasium come from? What did it mean? 2.How did the ancian Greeks exercise? 3.When were women allowed to wear shorts? 4.Where did the name for women̕s swimsuit come from? Why? 5.Where can we find Bikini Atoll? 6.What do you remember about children̕s dress until the mid- 1800s? 7.Where do mainly women wear dresses and skirts? 8.How old are the earliest sandals? QUCK QUIZ

12 Cotton is the most widely used clothing material, but it only became common in mid- 1800s. The four most common clothing materials are linen, cotton, polyester, and rayon INTERESTING FACTS



15 One silk cocoon produces an average of 600 to 900 meters of silk filaments, but it takes four to eight pieces to make one strand of silk thread. In all, it takes about 30,000 silkworms to produce 12 pounds of raw silk. INTERESTING FACTS


17 Eyeliner became popular after its discovery in King Tutankhamun’s tomb in the 1920s. INTERESTING FACTS

18 Until around the beginning of the 20th century, Chinese culture regarded small feet as beautiful, and it was a common practice to bind women’s feet from an early age to keep their feet small. INTERESTING FACTS


20 Nowadays, kimonos are worn only in very formal occasions in Japan except by sumo wrestlers, who are required to wear traditional Japanese clothes when in public. INTERESTING FACTS

21 The word ‘jeans’ comes from the cotton pants worn by “Genes,” the local term for Genoan sailors. INTERESTING FACTS

22 The four major fashion capitals of the world are New York, London, Milan, and Paris. Each city holds fashion shows twice, in February and September. INTERESTING FACTS

23 1. What is the most widely used material? 2. What is a fair trade? 3. Where does the cotton and silk come from? 4. Why did the eyeliner become popular in 1920s? 5. Why and how did women in China deform their feet? 6. Where does the word jeans come from? 7. What do you rememeber about kimonos? 8. Who is required to wear it in public? 9. What are the names of four major fashion capitals? QUICK QUIZ

24 Napoleon Bonaparte ordered bottoms to be attached to the jacket sleeves so as to prevent soldiers from wiping off their noses on their sleeves. INTERESTING FACTS

25 The low-waist baggy pants originated in the prisons of Los Angeles, as inmates were not allowed to wear belts. INTERESTING FACTS

26 During the reign of Peter the Great in Russia, men had to paid a special tax for beard. As during this era, men were not supposed to grow beard only to look more “European”. INTERESTING FACTS

27 Can you believe being pregnant was in fashion during 15th century? Pregnancy was incredibly in fashion in those days that girls who weren’t pregnant, used to pillows under their clothing only to create an illusion of baby bumps. INTERESTING FACTS

28 The crocodile of Lacoste was the first brand name to ever appear as a logo on any garment. INTERESTING FACTS

29 Elizabeth I loved hats so much that she made it compulsory for all females over the age of 7 to wear hats on Sundays and holidays. Anyone who refused to do so was stiffly fined. INTERESTING FACTS

30 One of the key ingredients in manufacturing lipstick is fish scales.

31 Check out Mona Lisa. She doesn’t have eyebrows. That’s because people from the renaissance period shaved their eyebrows off as part of their fashion. INTERESTING FACTS

32 1.How did Napoleon Bonaparte influence the fashion? 2.What was fashiopnalbe in renaissance period? 3.What is one of the key ingredients in a lipstick? 4.Where does the fashion of baggy trousers come from? 5.What special tax had to men pay during Peter the Great reign? 6.What was really fashionable during 15th century? QUCK QUIZ

33 Použité zdroje fashion/ fashion/ of/4213 of/4213

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