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History, Psychology and Fashion

ESP Project, English Senior Class. Miss Lucía Pizarro.
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Micaela Varela O'Reilly

on 5 July 2013

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Transcript of History, Psychology and Fashion

History, Psychology, and Fashion.
ESP Project 2012
It is only shallow people who do not judge by appearances.
—Oscar Wilde—
Introduction
Historians mention “Dress,” “clothing,” “costume,” “style,” and “decoration” as synonyms.
The bizarre is defined as: “odd, strange, or unexpected”
Zeitgeist: "the spirit of the times" or "the spirit of the age"
Cognitive psychology: is a subdiscipline of psychology exploring internal mental processes. It is the study of how people perceive, remember, think, speak, and solve problems
Glossary
The APA Dictionary of Psychology (VandenBos, 2007) defines fashion as:

. . . the styles of artistic and cultural expression, garments, manners, and
customs prevalent in a particular time and place. Fashion may be transient
or irrational but often reflects the zeitgeist or mood of society (p. 368).

History of fashion
-France



-England
-Historians studying from the bottom up.
-Democratization of fashion
-Fashion and Postmodernism
History of the Costumes
Fashion Today
- Bizarre Dressing
- Segmentation
- Calendar
- Ethic
Bizarre Dressing
- Assertion of Individuality
- Attention Seeking,
- Rebelling Against Society or Oppressors
- Play
- Other Motives
Attention Seeking
Assertion of Individuality
Rebelling Against Society or Oppressors
Play
Other Motives
High Fashion (Haute Couture)
Ready to wear (Prêt-à-Porter)
Obtainable collections
Sporty and casual
Fast Fashion
Segmentation
Charles Frederick Worth
The rise of the designers
Fashion revolutionists
The king of Modern Fashion
Paul Poiret
Gabrielle "Coco" Chanel
LBD Flappers
World War I: All about women and simplicity
"Casual American Style"
Claire McCardell
Bye, bye war!
Christian Dior
Muses
Yves Saint Laurent
The Calendar: a cycle
Spring Summer
Autumn Winter
Ethic
Labor Exploitation
Body beauty
Furs
Eco and Sustainable Fashion
Rebelling Against Society or Oppressors
Micaela Varela, Senior Class
Miss Lucia Pizarro

How our apparel choices affect the judgements other make of us
How apparel conveys meaning
Managing emotion and identity through clothing choices
How Clothing Affects Our Self-Perception
Cognitive Psychology
"A peasant girl who went to work in Paris might, when looking through the scullery window at the street, see more people at a glance than she had known in her entire previous life"
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