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Fashion History: Spain
Transcript of Fashion History: Spain
Abby Nault 1550's --King Phillip 11 was in power and influenced the unique, avante garde fashion trends of this era. ■--Women wore clothes that had large sleeves and corseted bodices ■--In Spain, as well as in France and England, these bodices were made more pronounced by being molded into a cone shape sometimes worn over the corset and sometimes by themselves ■--Men typically wore linen shirts laced with ruffles high on the neck, panty hose, and older men sometimes wore gowns --■Black garments were always worn for the formal occasions ■--Tall or broad hats became fashionable and were worn by both women and men 1600's --Fashion in Spain during the 1600’s varied little from what Spaniards wore in the 1500’s
■--The ruffle was still very prominent, lasting as a fashion trend in Spain and Holland for the longest time period --Spanish people continued to dress conservatively even though the women in the rest of Western Europe started wearing much lower necklines
■--Men no longer wore panty hose and the full sleeves worn by men in the 1500’s were slashed to show another shirt or chemise underneath 1700's ■--Fashion in Spain, as well as in the rest of Europe, changed dramatically ■--Huge sleeves were uncommon and wearing full skirts
became popular with both women and men for formal
occasions and at Court ■--An undress fashion became typical for daytime clothing, which was
usually like an unfitted gown ■--Sleeves became much narrower..... ■--Spain’s fashion style was popular during the 1700’s especially the
obsessive use of the color black ■--As we moved on to the 19th century, much of Spain’s fashion
influence was forgotten due to the popular French fashion that
became dominant worldwide 1990's ■--Famed and influential Spanish fashion designer Cristóbal Balenciaga started
reminding people of Spanish fashion ■--He brought back the past tradition of using black in many of his designs Cristobal Balenciaga