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Fashion in the future
Transcript of Fashion in the future
Celebrities Spaceflight attire meets future fashion inspired by space exploration. With the rapid development of technology the fashion merges with this change too. Yet to step into store windows will be clothing mainly consisting of technologically enabled fabrics and garments that are only being sketched out in ateliers.We will expect these clothing to be worn by space cadets or skiers before it catches onto the mainstream of fashion. Scanners are now being developed to scan a client's body and record their exact body measurements to create a perfectly fitted jeans or top. Materials such as organza, copper, carbon and stainless steel will now begin to be used more often making still “wearable” clothing that is soft to the touch and comfortable to wear. Nitinol a material that changes shape during fluctuations in temperature will become into the everyday fashion wear. With the application of a small amount of heat, a nitinol-based long-sleeve shirt can become short sleeved in seconds, while still being able to revert back to its original shape. The Victoria era fashion was fancy, frilly and lacey. They had to wear corsets to make there waist look small with big dresses with hoops at the bottom. Victorian era: In the early years of fashion,
people had to wear what was expected of them
they had to wear what the society chose and had to 'blend in'. They were looked down upon if they did not follow the fashion properly.
80s return: The trends of the 80s made there way back in. Skinny-legged jeans, fluro colours, ray bans, oversized tops began being worn again.
The fashion trends that are beginning to come in now are:
floral dresses and skirts Today there are many different styles and trends. Everyone has their own unique style which expesses who they are. Will it carry on in the future?
Over the past 50 years fashion has become more relevant in our daily lives and shows no stop in slowing down. However as the world is in a recession the trend of buying new season every season may halter. We may still be brand obsessed and if the past is reflective of the future we will be more so.
** Vouge september issue 2009 brand obbsession 10th Tuesday Nov 09 Emily **www.obsessedwithbrands.com Portica Simmons Why are we the way we are? 10th Monday nov 09 As the technology is developing, clothing companies are starting to incorporate the new technology into there clothing. Such as making a jacket with a built in i-pod sewn into the sleeve or even jackets with fans. www.future-fashion-images.com Carly Smith Fashion images of the future 13th Friday nov 09 **www.girl.com.au/future-fashion.htm Annaliese Clifford Future fashion materials 12th Thursday nov A style that is said to be “big” in the future will be spaceflight attire. A bazaar look including the look of large padded pointy shoulders, large plaited hair, steel braces and colors including grey, silver and metallic. *www.davidszondy.com/future/fashion/future_fashion.htm david zondy future fashion 11th www.fashion-era.com pauline weston thomas 1950’s fashion 13th Friday nov 09 www.buksia.com Womens Fashion 12th Thursday Nov 09 Brooke ezinearticles.com Historic changes in womens fashion 12th Thursday 09 en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sweatshop 10 Tuesday 10 Nov. 09 **www.aflcio.org/corporatewatch/stop Aditi Bandara 10th tuesday Many clothes are made in sweatshops, with the use of child labour. In the U.S alone the 75% of the garment workers are working up to 60-80 hours per week.
Sweatshops are a workpace where usually women or children are forced to work to extreme exploitation. Poor working conditions such as verbal and physical abuse and hugely low wages or benefits, little or no health regulations and forced to work over time are just some examples. 250 million children between the ages of five and fourteen work in developing countries.
61% in Asia
32% in Africa
7% in Latin America.