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Transcript of 1900~2000
1910 - 1920
1912 lavender silk beaded evening gown.
By: Taylor & Jill
- Evening wear, dresses worn off the shoulder and without sleeves.
- Open neckline
- Day dresses, slim at the hip by pleating and
- Fullness to the dress was added below
- High necks, tucks, hem ruffles, buttons added
- Sleeves were fitted from the should to the elbow
and full around the wrist
Grey silk suit.. kickshawproductions.com
- Less boning used in bodices
- WWI brought on skirts that rose above the ankle
- Bodices moved up higher on the waist.
- Wool and linen walking suits
- Asymmetrical designs appeared in bodices and skirts
- Development of the automobile, inspired driving clothes
- long, lightweight coats
- Hats with veils
- Dresses became unfitted
and waists dropped to high hip levels .
- Embroidery, soft braid and beading for evening.
- Skirts began to rise even higher, and some to
-Necklines were scoop or v neck.
- Sleeves were long or straight with bell shaping.
- Hemlines rose to the knee.
- Seaming, circular flounces, and floating panels.
- Contrasting fabrics, decorative overlays, and seaming began to appear.
- Beading became popular
- Hemlines became asymmetrical and bodices went back to their normal position.
1926 Embroidered Blue Chiffon Dress
1926 Blue Beaded Dress. Antiquedress.com
Time of great hardships
More natural and relaxed hemlines
Bias cut gown favored for evening wear
1935 zippers were more widely used; more efficient
1938 smaller shoulder pads started to increase in popularity
Another grand era for Haute Couture
Movies started having a bigger effect on fashion
1930s Pink Satin Gown - courtesy Hollis Jenkins-Evans, pastperfectvintage.com
Valentino Spring 2013
- Wartime regulated how much fabric and what garment types could be manufactured
- Materials that were needed for military purposes were restricted for civilian use.
- Wide shoulders, slim waits, narrow-hipped silhouette
- Slacks gained popularity
- February 1947 Christian Dior
- Rounded shoulders,
exaggerated bust lines, wasp waits
and padded hips and long often
extravagantly full skirts.
- Jackie Kennedy style icon of this period
- Short jacketed sheath suits become popular
- More youthful silhouette
- The baby doll - shorter skirts and big hair also became popular
- Twiggy style icon
- Free and fun style consisting of colorful shifts and space age prints
- By 1967 fashion was showing more body than ever before
- Skirts were getting shorter, and hats and gloves were thrown out the door
-Shoulder pads returned
- Khaki pants, blue blazers, crisp white
shirts, polos, cotton cardigans draped over
-Designers started emphasizing their logos
on the exterior of their designs
- Clothing became an elite
- For evening wear - studs, sequins, and beads
- Pop stars became fashion icons (Madonna)
- Dance and active wear to the streets and runway.
- Tight leggins, oversized and baggy sweatshirts with necklines that draped over the shoulders.
Birth of ready-to-wear (pret-a-porter)
Hourglass figure still popular
Emphasis of silhouette and form
Bullet Bras, girdles, stiletto heels highlighted a women's natural figure.
Fashion regulated by 3 C's
Men wore suites, women were expected to wear hats and gloves outdoors
Children dressed like parents/elders
Women dressed for the "wife" role
Hawaiian textiles & Asian brocades popular
Mid - late 50's new styles appeared
Balenciga's sack dress
Yves Saint Laurent's Trapeze dress (for the house of Dior)
Influence from hippie era, earthy tones; warm browns, rust, burgundy, etc
Variety of skirt lengths; mini - maxi
Influenced by TV shows like Charlie's Angles
Easy flowy clothing made of material like gauze, wide legged pants & ethnic prints popular
Jeans emerged as everyday wear
Other clothing made from denim became popular
Rock influenced the use of luxurious fabrics like silk and suede
Disco brought on the use of materials like spandex
Styles like leotards, tube tops, wrap skirts & dresses, platform shoes, jumpsuits
Lot of influence from music, tv & movies i.e. hip-hop, "Saved by the Bell"
Baggy jeans, oversized t-shirts
Cropped jackets, mini skirts, capris
Bright colors, everything from coats to tights
Funky prints, bold stripes
Swing coat inspired jackets, pencil skirts, and cinched skirts fit the mode of the decade
Crushed velvet, grandpa grunge, and fly girl accessories make the 90's fresh again