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100 yrs of style

Yr 12 design Era

sha wray

on 20 June 2012

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Transcript of 100 yrs of style

Vintage Vogue
"50 YRs Of Fashion"

New Look
This 'Bar' suit was one of the most popular models in Dior's first collection, which he called 'La Ligne Corolle'. The press dubbed it the 'New Look' and the name endured. Dior (1905-1957) took the softer feminine shape - round, sloping shoulder-line, narrow waist and spreading skirts - to the extreme. Despite official complaints it was a resounding success. Harper's Bazaar published detailed line drawings of the New Look's construction, and 'Bar' was also illustrated in Vogue and L'Officiel.
New Look
In 1947 Christian Dior presented a fashion look with a fitted jacket with a nipped in waist and full calf length skirt. It was a dramatic change from wartime austerity styles. After the rationing of fabric during the Second World War, Dior's lavish use of material was a bold and shocking stroke. His style used yards and yards of fabric. Approximately 10 yards was used for early styles. Later Dior used up to 80 yards (WHAT!) for newer refinements that eliminated bulk at the waist. The New Look and new approach to fashion was a major post war turning point in Fashion History.
Christian Dior
1920 sport suit
Characteristics of the era
Chanel vogue cover
Coco Chanel designs revolutionized fashion in the 1920s, and remain on the cutting edge of fashion today.
Social factors that influenced
the design era
Cultural/fine art/music
Historical events
Influential people
technological advances
Style tribes

"Fashion is not something that exists in dresses only. Fashion is in the sky, in the street, fashion has to do with ideas, the way we live, what is happening".
Coco Chanel
Charles Lindberg flies a single engine plane across the trans atlantic
The Stylish 30's
The Jazz Age
Invention of television
Glamorous Hollywood
Austere 40'
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