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Fashion Done by Midukova Katya, Student 9 form, School №3, Shumerlya
For the ancient Greek costume was revealing characteristic of the plastic properties of tissues in the complex rhythms of the draperies. Rectangular pieces of cloth, fastened with clasps in some places, did not stress body shape, slightly emerges under clothing. These garments were called in various ways: the chiton, himation, the toga and tunic.
The Gothic style, the style of medieval Europe 12 - 13 centuries., was to emphasize the vertical lines in clothes. The dress of medieval women had a very high waistline, neck elongated, narrow, long sleeves, skirt gathered into folds usually only on one side. And the skirt was extend downward and pass into a long train. It was complement this dress a cone-shaped hat (up to 70 cm), which resembled the tower of the Gothic cathedral, and the sharp-nosed shoes.
For the Renaissance was characterized by increased attention to sustainability and the monumentality of the figures. Women's clothing was wide and comfortable, softer feminine silhouette, exposed neck and hands.
Clothing of the Baroque style (17th - 18th centuries) was characterized by complex and multilayered. Women's outfit was different forms of contrast: a thin slender camp combined with a lush, dome-shaped skirt.
Clothing rococo style has not undergone major changes as compared with the clothing style of the Baroque. Only the lines were even more subtly elegant.
Classicism (the end 18 in) in clothes was characterized by severity of lines, clearness of proportions, simplicity of forms.
Empire style (19th century) has released the woman's body from the corset. The dress was light, transparent, of muslin and cambric fabrics, waist fits snugly under the breast, highlighting the natural harmony of shapes.
Romanticism (19 century). Again in a dress there was a crinoline. The hips increased till the unknown sizes. Under magnificent forms of a dress the body almost disappeared.
Modernist style (the end of 19-20 centuries) was characterized by prompt change of forms of a dress – from a lung semi-adjoining to heavy, dense, with magnificent sleeves, with bustles which visually increased the lower part of a torso.
Fashion has evolved over the centuries Fashion is something we deal with everyday. Even people, who say they don’t care what they wear, choose clothes every morning that say a lot about them and how they feel that day. People use fashion to present themselves to the public eye. What we wear is an image of what we want the world to see. Fashion exists to provide information about ourselves, who we think we are and who we aspire to be. It defines our age, our sex, our occupation and often, our ethnicity.
Fashion is a language which tells a story about the person who wears it. Today, people wear modern fashions most of the time. They sometimes wear their traditional clothing on special days such as holidays. Yet fashion is more than clothing. Models show that height and weight are an important part of fashion. Many people admire fashion models and wish that they could look more like them. As long as people have the desire to be beautiful, there will be fashion. As long as people have the desire to be beautiful, there will be fashion.
People use fashion to present themselves There will always be people who follow the latest styles because they want to look their best and be more attractive. These people think that their appearance is very important. They will spend much of their time and money trying to look like the ideal man or woman. Fashion is big business. More people are involved in the buying, selling and production of clothing than any other business in the world. Everyday, millions of workers design, sew, glue, dye, and transport clothing to stores. Clothing can be used as a political weapon. Fashion is big business. More people are involved in the buying, selling and production of clothing than any other business in the world. Everyday, millions of workers design, sew, glue, dye, and transport clothing to stores. Clothing can be used as a political weapon.