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Fashion Throughout the Decades of the 1900s

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Transcript of Fashion Throughout the Decades of the 1900s

fash·ion
/ˈfaSHən/
noun

a popular trend, especially in styles of dress and ornament or manners of behavior.
Definition of Fashion
1960-1970
Fashion
Fashion Throughout the Decades of the 1900s
Fashion
1990-2000
Flared pants, flower prints, platform shoes


Women - Old, already owned clothes, movie-influenced clothes

Men - sweater vests, strait wide legged pants
Fashion
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References
1980-1990
1940-1950
1950-1960
Women - Corsets, full skirts, hem ruffles, buttons, lace, and hats

Men - 3-piece suit, cuffed pants

The Great Depression
The time
World War II
The time
Rock & roll
The time
Civil Rights Movement
Hippie Movement
The time
Young Urban Professional,
Young upwardly mobile Professional
The time
Technology era
1920-1930
The time
The Roaring 20s
Women - Hobble skirt, lampshade skirts

Men - Trench coats
Fashion
1900-1910
The time
Industrial Revolution era
The Wall Street crash
The Great Depression
World War II
1930-1940
The time

1910-1920
The time
World War I
Women - Flapper dresses, loose dresses, long beads

Men - Pin striped suits, fedoras, sweaters
Fashion
Men – Army uniforms, bomber jacket

Women – Convertible suit, slacks, and Eisenhower jacket
Fashion
Men – Flannel suits, cardigan sweater

Teenage boy – Either chinos, button down shirts, and loafers or tight jeans, leather jackets, T-shirts, converse

Women – Christian Dior

Teenage girls – poodle skirts, capris, saddle shoes
Fashion
Men – Turtlenecks, Nehru jackets

Women – Mini skirts, pantsuits, and pillbox hats
Fashion
1970-1980
The time
Hippy and disco era
Preppie
Business suits
Shoulder pads
Khaki
Sweaters
Logo wear
Designer jeans
Flounced skirts
Polka dotted crinolines
Exercise wear
Fashion
Men – Grudge/oversize fit

Women – Retro 60-70’s
Fashion
Popular fashion designers of the time
Jeanne Paquin
Popular fashion designers of the time
Florrie Westwood
Melanie Vermont
Popular fashion designers of the time
Norman Hartnell
Hilda Steward
Victor Stiebel
Popular fashion designers of the time
Victor Stiebel
Norman Hartnell
Popular fashion designers of the time
Marjorie Field
Ursula Sternberg-Hertz
Popular fashion designers of the time
Christian Dior
Chanel
Popular fashion designers of the time
Mary Quant
Civil Rights Movement
Hippie Movement
Men – Turtlenecks, Nehru jackets

Women – Mini skirts, pantsuits, and pillbox hats
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