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Aliza Paskewitz

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1900 1910 1920 1930 1940 1950 1960 1970 1980 1990 2000 FASHION WOMEN, BUSINESS CASUAL Styles:
Daytime look:
High neck lines.
Bosom undefined.
Wide cape-like collars.
Sleeves fitted shoulder-to-elbow, loose elbow-to-wrist.
Fullness in skirt is below the knee.
Evening look:
Off the shoulder or sleeveless.
Embellishments are Key:
Cord work
Insertion Designers:
Paul Poiret (Paris):
Slim, straight skirts with less confining undergarments.
Empire line became popular.
Creates Harem pants.
Launches purfume, "Rosina" Emotional Connection:
Women are still wearing a lot of clothing, but the styles are beginning to become more comfortable.
The corset is phasing out which shows a bit of relaxation in the styles. Designers:
Gabrielle "Coco" Chanel:
Opens boutique in Deauville, France
Revolutionizes Women's Fashion with Taylored Suits.
Chain-Belted Jerseys.
Quilted handbags.
Jeanne Paquin:
Eighteenth century-inspired pastel evening dresses and tailored day dresses
Organized fashion parades promoting new fashions
Sent her models to operas and races to show off her designs.
Jacques Doucet:
Pastel, translucent, elegant dresses,
Mariano Fortuny:
Rebelled against the current styles.
Created a dress of finely pleaded silk, glass beads, and flowed on the body.
Manufactured his own dyes and pigments. Styles:
Hobble, lampshade and playfull skirts.
Asymmetrical draping, bodices and skirts.
Suits introduced.
Hemline rose to the ankle.
Early Art Deco inspired prints.
The silhouette has become softer.
Outfits could be put on with out the help of a second person Emotional Connection:
Changes in fashion are happining out of will and demand.
WWI: women are working, pants are worn, skirts are shorter.
Automobiles: Driving clothes are introduced to protect against dust and dirt.
Madeleine Vionnet:
Creates flowing, feminine clothes.
Chiffon handkerchief dress.
Created cowl neck, halter top.
Elsa Schiaparelli:
Opens Paris boutique.
The use of zippers, shoulder pads, unusual buttons.
Favors bright colors, including "shocking pink". Styles:
Waistlines dropped to the high hip.
Dresses became unfitted.
Design was more simplistic.
Simple in construction, elaborate in embroidery.
Neckline - simple scoop or "V"
Sleeves - long and straight or bell shaped.
Fabrics - Chiffons, light silks, velvets, lames, wools, cottons. Popularity of rayon causes decline in use of cotton.
Asymmetrical hemlines (knee length in the front, longer in the back)
Hemlines went up the the knee by 1926, and back down by 1928. Emotional Connection:
Unfitting clothing reflected a new freedom.
Women were participating in sports.
More comfortable clothing was important for new activities. This was the era of mass-produced clothing and standardized sizes but also the decade of a revival for couture tailored to fit perfectly. Women wore feminine, charming clothes with bows, flounces and frills. Young ladies donned trousers which ranged from ankle length to just below the knee and Rockers and Beatniks expressed their dissatisfaction with the status quo by wearing jeans, leather jackets and drinking coffee. Young girls also wore the famous poodle skirts made of felt and decorated with sequins and poodle cut outs. During the thirties your fashion really depended on whether you were completely wiped out from the Great Depression or not. Paris fashions became too expensive which gave American designers a chance. Dresses became much more simple with a waistline and a longer hem. Buttons and closures that were previously used were replaced with zippers because they were less expensive. Women’s dress lengths also changed from the time of day; mid calf was for day wear and long dresses were for evening. Some families had to make
dresses out of old potato bags
and grain bags TRENDS
-The hippie movement continued from the 60’s to the mid seventies.
-A ton of versatility in woman's everyday wear.
-Skirts of every length.
-Knit sweaters.
-Flared jeans.
-Bright colors and bold patterns.
-Late 80's introduced grunge and punk trends into fashion. DESIGNERS
-the king of Disco fashion.
-large influential designer in the 70’s who introduced the long halter and one shoulder dresses.
-he was also one of the first designers to really make his clothing available to everyone.
-known for bold and bright patterns.
Vivienne Westwood
-introduced the punk, grunge style of the time.
-influenced many iconic, hard-rock styles of the seventies.
Bill Blass
-concentrated on what the typical american would wear. WHY
-It was also the “Me Decade”, coined by Novelist Tom Wolfe in an article he wrote. The term describes a general new attitude of Americans towards individualism.
-hallucinogens were also a part of the culture which I can relate to the psychedelic patterns in the clothing. TRENDS
-Power dressing
-Shoulder pads
-Mini skirts
-leg warmers
-Margaret Thatcher and Princess Diana influenced "Power Dressing".
-Madonna played a huge role, wearing mini skirts, leggings and fingerless gloves.
-Michael Jackson.
-A large part of influence on fashion was MTV which completely changed and influenced the fashion industry.
-There was also an economic boom.
-Designers fashion was becoming more popular. DESIGNERS
Anne Klein, Perry Ellis, Donna Karan, and Calvin Klein -Grunge/Punk trends from late 80's.
-High waisted “mom” jeans.
-Mid drift shirts.
-Bright colors faded out and black became more popular.
-Conscious effort to not overdress, compared to the 80's fear of under-dressing.
-Designer labeled clothing became increasingly popular. INFLUENCES
-Fashion and Media start to go hand in hand.
-TV shows like 90210, Friends and Clueless were very influential.
-Still very individualized, compared to previous years in the 20th century. In the 2000’s fashion, and art looked to the past for inspiration. Vintage clothing, especially from the 60’s 70’s and 80’s became extremely popular. Fashion designers wanted to emulate the bygone styles in their collections. casual and laid back
comfortable and low maintenance
Linen and cotton were most often used
Jungle wear was common, such as camouflage, khaki and various animal prints
Big sleeves and styles inspired by kimonos and ponchos were widely worn
Babydoll style dresses and tops with Spanish inspired ruffles began to emerge,
tailored jackets began to return.
explosion of colors
Jeans were worn in an array of washes, from pale white blue to nearly black navy shades
Tribal and gladiator inspired items emerged, such as patterned skirts, wooden jewelry and brass embellishment on shirts
Gladiator inspired sandals were dominant
Leggings returned to the scene, often being paired with layered tops or long tunic shirts. Fashion of the future Simple straight lines 60's Form fitting The war inspired a new kind of fashion due to the lack of available funds, dresses started to include: Padded shoulders Knee Length Home-made accessories Soft, sloping shoulders, rather than the shoulder pads seen earlier in the decade Narrow waists, which in many cases were formed by corsets Skirts wrapped tightly over the hips After the war dresses featured: During the beginning of the 60's the style was
made alittle more modern until the release of The Beatles.That was when the release of the mod look
came out.Mod was inspired by London fashion with
short skirts and bright colors. The Mod Look Here you see many of
the classic styles from
the beginning of the 60s -leggings
-oversized tops
-Neon colors
-fishnet/lace fingerless gloves
-unisex clothing
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