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Our Life Affected by Fashion

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Liliana Tamayo

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FASHION Our Life Affected
by... Fashion is a choice and for many people a way of life, but lately it is more a manipulation and a society’s choice than our own choice. We follow imported models that end with our autonomy and tell us how to dress. We seek equality and fight for difference, but yet, try to fit into society and therefore do what is demanded. Everything in this presentation comes from our thoughts and researches. What is fashion? Fashion is the way you dress, your style, and the way you express yourself throughout clothes. It references to anything that is the current trend in look and dress up of a person. How Does Fashion Affect People’s Lives? Our clothes tell a lot about us. They tell who we are in society. It can camouflage, It can cover-up, and it can build as much as it can destroy our image. How Were the Ways of Dressing Before? It could depend in the quantity of money your family had. Before, adults dressed how they thought it was convenient but teenagers dressed how their parents told them to. How Does People Dress Identify Them? What identifies each one of them is what they wear to decorate themselves and when they do what they like in their own way. There are different kind of groups which dress according to what they think, act and feel There are a lot of different clothing lines and advertising campaigns that make us believe that what they are selling is the best option. There are also many cultures and races around the world that dress in a certain way and they are not influenced by anything, its just their culture. Do People Dress by Influence or do They Dress the way They act and Think? By:
David Giraldo Uribe.
Liliana Tamayo Cárdenas. Revista Universidad EAFIT. Vestirse bien no es suficiente atractivo (EAFIT university magazine. Dressing well is not attractive enough) Author: Maria Carolina Cubillos VergaraLibrary: University of Antioquia.Year it was published: 2007.From pages: 9-20 Abstract The fashion and trends somehow created the ideal of female body shape and it connected with the achieving of personal success. 1.Feminine beauty: emulation of the modern spirit:There was a debate that contrasted the traditional women and the modern spirit. Fashion and beauty were also part of that process.The “female body” cult was opened; before, it was previously reserved only for major social circles. 2.Youth and health:Health took a more important role in preserving the beauty and youth because it led to an era of concern for the function of the female body. The women began to do more physical activities that damaged the body shape and facial features because of increase in the waste of energy. 5.The spiritual vision of beauty:Religious people considered the personality considered a "divine gift" that you could only see, but not change or transform because it was perfect. Physical beauty was now seen with a circle of doom because nothing was in its entire “ugly”Anyone or anything that put the physical beauty over the moral and religious values was criticized and rejected. Lipovetsky said that it became more democratic and commercial.What was believed “beauty” evolved and it was set against a more attractive body full of sex, it was seen as an instrument of pleasure and the women became a visual attraction.In 1999, Lipovetsky considers that in the "beauty boom", the hate for the female body was dropped off and it was appreciated as a positive value away from prejudgments and dangers. The beauty now was kind of an obligation where the eternal youth played an important role.Like a law, the media published twelve essential tips for the proper application of makeup. There were different illnesses that damaged the body aspect; like the toxins accumulated from food, the functional disorders of kidneys and livers, among others. Therefore, illness and youth became antonyms. This was used by medical advertisements that promised to keep away from the body this toxins or “poisons”.The perfumes that replaced the natural scents were the “power” with which you could increase your attractiveness and personal charm as people said, because the propagandas that were made for woman to involve in this new attractiveness said that it had a medical and positive influence on digestive secretions, heart movements and breathing. 3.The slender:Now another thing was added to the list of beauty, the slender. Now the dietetics knowledge multiplied and the fashion showed body parts previously hidden (shorts, short skirts, swimsuit, etc…). All of this and more affected the use and appearance of the clothes and the use of fashion. The perfect slender was a synonym of health, beauty and distinction; it was another characteristic in the long list of the code of beauty. The fat was categorized as a disease that caused serious damage in the body and the sedentary life was harmful to women because it deteriorates the body. 4.Other charms:Then, the beauty was not only physical but a lot of behaviors added charm and feminine to it. Behaviors like sympathy, naturalness, joy, kindness, intelligence, coquetry and the good disposition of mind. The ideal of beauty in this period varied because the idea was that each woman could live as her ideal of beauty was. A perfect female image now accorded to each personality and qualities that each woman had. FIRST SUBMISSION SECOND SUBMISSION What we missed -We should have done a questionnaire about what people think about this topic.- -We should have interviewed a "fashionista" and a psychologist- -We should have made a research about prejudices.- -We should have accomplished all of our activities that were specified in the project plan- What we did right -Our resources- -Excellent topic- -Reachable questions to find answers- Resources Internet. Libraries: Biblioteca Publica Piloto y Biblioteca de la Universidad de Antioquia. Books, magazines and PDF articles that will be shown in the bibliography. Project Plan We find this topic interesting because people do not think about all the history behind fashion and it is a great opportunity to expand our knowledge with things that are not common. What we plan /need to do to achieve it: Responsibilities Read the books properly, understanding them clearly and taking advantage of this tool. Accomplish the approximate dates for every advance. Answering every question we want to resolve. Difficulties When we are on exams it will be impossible to proceed with the research because we will have no time. When we are on vacations we will not proceed with the research until we enter to school again. The books that we need might be rented by the time we need to read them. Trouble understanding completely the topic. Non-working days. Activities We want to research about all the history behind fashion; what people used to think about it, what they wore and if they had a voice of opinion in what they wanted to wear. We want to research about nowadays fashion industry. What people like and why, we would like to know the purpose of stores in the fashion industry. We plan to interview a fashion designer. How price, tags, brand, designers, etc. affect fashion. If the way other people (celebrities, friends etc…) dress affects our way of thinking about fashion, our point of view. Evolution of fashion throughout the decades. * Libros:

1. Nombre: Breve historia del traje y la moda

Por: James Laver

Biblioteca: Universidad de Antioquia, biblioteca central.

Año de la publicación: 2008

Número de páginas: 371 páginas

Código de la biblioteca: 0696263

2. Nombre: Historia del traje.

Por: Antonio Mingote.

Biblioteca: Biblioteca Publica Piloto.

Año de la publicación: 1963

Número de páginas: 208 páginas.

Código de la biblioteca: 35715000591651

3. Nombre: Tatuajes, una mirada psicoanalítica. Capitulo nombrado: Tatuaje y adolescencia: ¿moda o síntoma?

Por: Silvia Reisfeld

Biblioteca: Biblioteca Publica Piloto

Año de la publicación: 2004

Número de páginas: Total páginas 174, páginas del capitulo en el cual estamos interesados 65-74.

Código de la biblioteca: 9789501205053

4. Nombre: El traje, imagen del hombre.

Por: Yvonne Deslandres.

Biblioteca: Biblioteca Publica Piloto.

Año de la publicación: 1976

Número de páginas: 327 páginas.

Código de la biblioteca: 35715000150286

5. Nombre: La prisión del vestido.

Por: Aída Martínez Carreño.

Biblioteca: Biblioteca Publica Piloto.

Año de la publicación: 1995

Número de páginas: 203 páginas.

Código de la biblioteca: 35715001445984

6. Nombre: Vestido a través de los tiempos.

Por: Editorial teide, S. A. –Barcelona.

Biblioteca: Biblioteca Publica Piloto.

Año de la publicación:1969

Número de páginas: 79 páginas.

Código de la biblioteca: 35715000282252

* Revistas y artículos:

1. Nombre: Religión y cultura Vol. LIII, artículo: Moda y modernismo. La reflexión filosófica sobre la moda en la cultura moderna.

By: Directores: Herminio de la Red Vega y Juan Montalvo

Biblioteca: Universidad de Antioquia, Biblioteca central.

Año de la publicación: 2007.

Número de páginas: 666 páginas; Páginas del articulo en el que estamos interesados 499-532 Código de la biblioteca: 0724563.

2. Nombre: Revista Universidad EAFIT Vol. 43, artículo: Vestirse bien no es suficiente atractivo

Por: María Carolina Cubillos Vergara.

Biblioteca: Universidad de Antioquia, Biblioteca central.

Año de la publicación: 2006

Número de páginas: Número total de páginas de la revista: 99. Número de páginas en las que estamos interesados 9-22

Código de la biblioteca: 0708155 4. http://www.stanford.edu/~swinney/FastFashion.pdf 5. http://www.doe.mass.edu/cte/frameworks/trends_ov/fashion.pdf 6. http://www.recercat.net/bitstream/handle/2072/12295/Tesina.pdf?sequence=1 BIBLIOGRAPHY The end By:
David Giraldo Uribe.
Liliana Tamayo Cárdenas.
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