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Women's fashion during the 1920s

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Transcript of Women's fashion during the 1920s

Women's Fashion during the 1920s
Introduction & Objectives
I. The 1920s: History & Events
II. People involved social groups
III. Design

IV. Key Garments & Style
V. Conclusion
Flapper dress
T-Strap shoes
The "Bob" hairstyle
The Flapper dress was a dress that had lots of little strings or things that dangle down.
Loose dress wear with a belt
Women’s shoes became lighter and finer with a pointed toe and the delightful addition of straps.
Herman Delman - 1920
They didn’t fall off your foot while dancing the night away.
The bob haircut was simply a blunt cut, level with the bottom of the ears all around the head.
Designer Coco Chanel
Actress Louise Brooks
Actress Clara Bow
Thanks for listening !
Art Deco

A decorative form of art which often made use of bold geometric shapes, bright colours and lavish ornamentation.

Represents luxury, glamour, youth and social and technological progress

Influenced by new cultures seen through the invention of television and radio and the ability to travel as well as new technology such as plastic.

Art, clothing, jewelery, furniture and many other products were designed using this style,
The Bauhaus movement
A school of art founded in 1919 in Germany which influenced the modernisation of architecture and furniture throughout the 1920s,

This style had a simple, modern look which made use of sharp, geometric lines and looked to the rise in new technology and a new way of living at this time.

Materials such as metals, plastics and leathers were used in furniture rather than the traditional fabrics,
Surrealism
An Art form which was based on dreams and acted as a form of escape after the war

Influenced by Freud and his psychoanalysis of dreams

Salvador Dali, Henri Matisse, Pablo Picasso used this type of art.
Persistence of memory - Salvador Dali, 1921
The Bauhaus building- Walter Gropius, 1919
Club Armchair - Marcel Breuer, 1925
Vers le jour, perfume bottle - Rene Lalique, 1926
Elsa Schiaparelli
1890-1973
Italian Fashion Designer
Influenced by surrealism with elements of surprise and shocking designs
Imaginative patterns that created impression of scarfs wrapped around wearer's neck
Knitwear Collection 1927
"Pour Le Sport"
Designs returned to the idea of the body beneath the clothes
The shoe hat
Coco Chanel
1883-1971
French Fashion Designer
Comfortable yet elegant feminine wear
Boyish silhouette and bobbed hair
Sportswear
Jersey Material uses
The "Little Black Dress"
Jean Patou
1880-1936
French Fashion Designer
Comfortable and sporty wear
Raised waistlines of skirts to bring back natural hemlines
Created first designer label
Special dyeing methods
The designer tie

I. The History & Events
II. People involved in social groups
III. Design
IV. Key Garments & Style
V. Conclusion
End of the corset

New way to wear

Connection between WWI and Fashion
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