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Camilo Quizeno: Final Timeline
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Camilo Quizeno: Final Timeline
Turn of the Century
This portrait of a woman as a Cavalier with a man Cavalier. The woman is holding a jug and has her sleeves rolled up. Women’s clothing became much
in this time period. Flexible stays replaced hard, tight-fitting corsets.
Flowing lace collars
replaced stiff ruffs. Large farthingales were abandoned while
were merely layered or padded at the hips to produce a
full, flowing look
. The woman was dressed to be
to her husband.
"Cornelis Bisschop | A Young Woman and a Cavalier | The Met." The Metropolitan Museum of Art, i.e. The Met Museum. Accessed July 25, 2017. http://www.metmuseum.org/art/collection/search/435670
This art image is of a male cavalier. It was much less restrained than Renaissance time period clothing and was like a replica of women’s styles of the earlier period with
wide lace collars
. This style for men also featured
, often turned down with lace, wide-brimmed hats with feathers.
Long, loose hair, pointed beards
was the typical look for a male cavalier. Wigs were considered. The
if worn by a male were to be over one shoulder. This was the look of a majority of men during this time period. Dressing like this was to show
to the King.
"Anonymous, Swiss, late 16th to early 17th century | A Standing Cavalier | The Met." The Metropolitan Museum of Art, i.e. The Met Museum. Accessed July 25, 2017. http://www.metmuseum.org/art/collection/search/380391.
This image is of a Mantua, dress worn by a woman. The stiff constricting boned bodice and skirt style previously worn by women was replaced with the Mantua, which was more of a
draped style of gown. It was gradually draped back over the hips to reveal the
beneath. The Mantua were reserved for
. Also women wearing the mantua were obliged to
slide sideways through doors
"Mantua | Work of Art | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art." The Met's Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History. Accessed July 25, 2017. http://www.metmuseum.org/toah/works-of-art/1991.6.1a,b/.
This portrait of a men is wearing a
. The large, wide collar gave way to a
(cravat). Costly lace styles were used for
: a long, plain linen cravat was popular and worn by both men and women. A
could be worn to go alongside with the cravat in order to give a
look when going to an occasion.
"Portrait of a Man with a Lace Cravat." Portrait of a Man with a Lace Cravat | Art UK. Accessed July 25, 2017. https://artuk.org/discover/artworks/portrait-of-a-man-with-a-lace-cravat-86415#image-use.
This portrait is of Alexander Charles Emmanuel de Crussol-Florensac. He is wearing a blue sash and collar from the order of the Saint-Esprit and the Maltese cross of the order of the Knights of Malta. Most likely he is wearing a
French court suit
. These suits consisted of a
that worn with a
. This would be worn by the upper-class men to represent
wealth and royalty
"Alexandre Charles Emmanuel de Crussol-Florensac (1743–1815) | Élisabeth Louise Vigée Le Brun | 49.7.53 | Work of Art | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art." The Met's Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History. Accessed July 25, 2017. http://www.metmuseum.org/toah/works-of-art/49.7.53/
This portrait is of Madame de Pompoadour. She is wearing an
could be lifted up and draped in
, similar to a pair of curtains.
would be worn with it and is made out of
. Women during this time period preferred a
plainer, light fabric
Stamberg, Susan. "More Than A Mistress: Madame De Pompadour Was A Minister Of The Arts." NPR. May 10, 2016. Accessed July 25, 2017. http://www.npr.org/2016/05/10/477369874/more-than-a-mistress-madame-de-pompadour-was-a-minister-of-the-arts.
This portrait is the
Robe a la Francaise
. Women with coquettish airs were imposing in this skirt between 1720 and 1780. The Robe a la Francaise was derived from the loose negligee sacque dress, which was worn from the shoulders at the front to the back. The
, composed of a
bust feeding into wide rectangular skirts. This dress represents
for a variety of different women.
"Robe à la Française | French | The Met." The Metropolitan Museum of Art, i.e. The Met Museum. Accessed July 25, 2017. http://www.metmuseum.org/art/collection/search/159485.
This image is of the
that was worn in the late 18th century. It featured more decoration and colors than previous suits worn by men. This was a
during the ancien régime style perio. Politically and economically motivated, this suit was calculated to boost the
foundering fashion-related industries
in France. This suit has
and the jacket vest has a
in comparison to other jacket suits.
"Court suit | Work of Art | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art." The Met's Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History. Accessed July 25, 2017. http://www.metmuseum.org/toah/works-of-art/1983.384.1a-c/.
A woman's dress would consist of a gown and petticoat. The gown consisted of the bodice (vest) and skirt joined together, with the skirt open in the front to reveal the separate petticoat. The upper part of the dress would show skin or cleavage.
"A Colonial Lady's Clothing: A Glossary of Terms." A Colonial Lady's Clothing: A Glossary of Terms : The Colonial Williamsburg Official History & Citizenship Site. 2017. Accessed July 25, 2017. http://www.history.org/history/clothing/women/wglossary.cfm.
This portrait of
Charles Maurice de Talleyrand Périgord
was drawn in 1807. The insignia of the Legion d’honneur is sewed on his coat and across his
of the Grand Cordon of the order, given to him in 1805. He also wears the
of the Golden Fleece, presented to him at the Congress of Vienna. Most men would have
and have different coats worn depending on the occasion occurring. Charles also has on a
which was always worn under a coat, as well as the
stock and cravat
"Charles Maurice de Talleyrand Périgord (1754–1838), Prince de Bénévent | François Gérard, called Baron Gérard | 2012.348 | Work of Art | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art." The Met's Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History. Accessed July 25, 2017. http://www.metmuseum.org/toah/works-of-art/2012.348/.
This portrait is of
, wife of King William IV. The dress worn during this time period consisted of
being expanded to its fullest. A
was back in place. Women were considered "prized" if they had a
that made them
to men. This also saw the return of the
were multiplied to support
still fuller skirts
"Adelaidia." Queen Adelaide | Adelaidia. 2013. Accessed July 25, 2017. http://adelaidia.sa.gov.au/people/queen-adelaide.
This image is a
. The coat would be worn over an outfit for a
. This frock coat's purpose was for
but was worn in the summer or hot days. The frock coat shown here displays
. Frogging is a military hussar reference, and show up in velvet smoking jackets. The
of the coat would be tucked in and the
would be long.
"Frock coat | American | The Met." The Metropolitan Museum of Art, i.e. The Met Museum. Accessed July 25, 2017. http://www.metmuseum.org/art/collection/search/91908.
This dress shown would be worn in 1855. Black had relations of
, though it could also represent
due to the costliness of black dye. Broadly worn as the color of grief during the nineteenth century, black could be perceived as both
. The black dress attire was an ideal attire in the
"Mourning dress | American | The Met." The Metropolitan Museum of Art, i.e. The Met Museum. Accessed July 25, 2017. http://www.metmuseum.org/art/collection/search/173904.
Charles Frederick Worth
was an English fashion designer who founded the House of Worth, one of the foremost fashion houses of the 19th century. He revolutionized the business of fashion. Worth’s creations included
frothy ball gowns
and outfits combining
, with detailing such as
thread. He pioneered the
flat-fronted, bustle-backed skirt silhouette
in this time period.
Vogue. "Designer: Charles Frederick Worth." VOGUE. October 11, 2013. Accessed July 25, 2017. http://www.vogue.de/fashion-shows/designer/designer-charles-frederick-worth.
sports bustle silhouette
had its first appearance in the late 1860s and early 1870s, which started as fullness in skirts moving to the back of the dress. This fullness was drawn up in
ties for walking
that created a
. This puff expanded and was then built up with supports from a variety of different things such as
horsehair, metal hoops
and down. This dress would be worn by women when participating in
"Dress | American | The Met." The Metropolitan Museum of Art, i.e. The Met Museum. Accessed July 25, 2017. http://www.metmuseum.org/art/collection/search/157306.
In this time period there wasn't much change to the clothing of men as it was similar to the Victorian Era. It consisted of a silk overcoat over a business attire or casual outfit as shown by William Henry Jackson here. It was a three-piece suit with the coat, vest, undershirt with tie.
"William Henry Jackson." International Photography Hall of Fame. Accessed July 25, 2017. http://iphf.org/inductees/william-henry-jackson/.
was a popular look and style of choice for women who wanted to
and take a
. Even though swimming wasn't a huge demand, it started to be in the 1900s. This bathing suit for women was made out of
, and was a
outfit. It retained
when the bathing suit was made of
"Bathing suit | British | The Met." The Metropolitan Museum of Art, i.e. The Met Museum. Accessed July 25, 2017. http://www.metmuseum.org/art/collection/search/86446.
Turn of the Century
of men was similar to women in the way
were taken off and it could be rented at the beach.
characterized jersey knit costumes that stretched to fit a
range of sizes
for men. It was at this time period swimwear became accessible since demand was high at the turn of the century.
Morgan, David . "Swimwear through the ages." CBS News. August 08, 2015. Accessed July 25, 2017. http://www.cbsnews.com/pictures/swimwear-through-the-ages/.
The suit during the 1900s and 1910s were unchanged from previous time periods. Many men wore
made out of
. Accessories worn with three piece suits like this one shown involved
, or a
were often curled for style and formal look. Jackets were
which gave it a different look.
Imgur. "A History of Men's Suits From 1900 - 2013." Imgur. July 30, 2013. Accessed July 25, 2017. http://imgur.com/gallery/u9N66.
dress from the early 1900s was a simple look.
were slowly discarded to reveal not only a more
. Women were more
wearing simple dresses as this one as it allowed them
again from the tight waistline clothing worn.
"Dress | American | The Met." The Metropolitan Museum of Art, i.e. The Met Museum. Accessed July 25, 2017. http://www.metmuseum.org/art/collection/search/156784.
In World War I, women were given the opportunity to join the war alongside their counterpart gender. World War I accelerated the trend toward
day wear as many women became accustomed to wearing practical uniforms or work wear. Women have helped out in war before but not in uniform as the uniform worn in WWI represents
Barton C. Hacker, September 8, 2011. "Women in uniform, World War I edition." National Museum of American History. May 12, 2016. Accessed July 25, 2017. http://americanhistory.si.edu/blog/2011/09/women-in-uniform-world-war-i-edition.html.
In this time period men would wear suits when working outside of the war. They would continue wearing top hats but it would be
and the continuing mustache look was still present during the war. Many men wore
underneath their jackets to keep
from the brutal cold weather in Europe.
"What clothes did people wear?" BBC News. January 27, 2014. Accessed July 25, 2017. http://www.bbc.co.uk/schools/0/ww1/25268184.
The Great Depression
Fashion in the 1930s took a huge hit due to the economy being downhill. Widespread economic hardships resulted in a less wealth and a smaller variety of fabrics and lifestyle. Men had to be careful in their spending. Clothes like the
worn in the image were
knit to keep warmth.
"1930s Fashion for Men: Style Shaped by the Great Depression." The Fashionisto. February 24, 2015. Accessed July 26, 2017. https://www.thefashionisto.com/1930s-fashion-men-style-shaped-great-depression/.
The Great Depression
was designed by Madeline Vionnet during the 1930s. Individual graduated lengths of
passed and looped through the fabric, with each thread forming two drops of
. Even though it had two
wide shoulder straps
, it had a
low back design
of the woman. But it was normal as dresses were often precariously suspended from the thinnest of shoulder straps and left the backs of their wearers completely exposed.
"Evening dress | Madeleine Vionnet | C.I.52.18.4 | Work of Art | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art." The Met's Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History. Accessed July 26, 2017. http://www.metmuseum.org/toah/works-of-art/C.I.52.18.4/.
The Roaring Twenties
Even though there weren't additions to the way men dress in the 1920s, the move towards increasing
continued in that decade. In the casinos of French resorts or at the dinner tables of ocean liners, a dinner suit or tuxedo was now considered
when previously only full dress would have done. Henry Ford as shown in the picture is wearing a
suit, which was a
variation of the suits offered during the 20s. A
wasn't worn with this suit, compared to other suits that did.
"1920s Men's Fashion." 1920's Men's Fashion: Styles, Trends and Clothes ***. February 2017. Accessed July 26, 2017. http://www.american-historama.org/1913-1928-ww1-prohibition-era/1920s-mens-fashion.htm.
The Roaring Twenties
The use of two different fabrics shown here meant that this wrap coat could be mistaken for a
was a popular material for outerwear in the 1920s but ' has been used here for just the
on a jacket. The attire worn as shown in the image is considered an
gave a similar look to those of men.
would often match with the jacket. This time period meant
in the choice of what to wear for women.
Alchin, Linda. "1920's Fashion for Women." 1920's Fashion for Women Facts: History, Designers and Pictures of Dresses ***. February 2013. Accessed July 26, 2017. http://www.american-historama.org/1913-1928-ww1-prohibition-era/1920s-fashion.htm.
During WWII about 400,000 women joined I the U.S army and nearly half a million women served in the British armed forces; an even greater number was involved in voluntary services. Women had to ensure that their
so it did not touch their jackets. This was done for a
measure. Some services even tried to ban makeup. Fabric was also rationed so
was the fabric mostly used for women's clothing during the war.
Monet, Dolores. "Fashion History - Women's Clothing in the 1940s." Bellatory. December 02, 2016. Accessed July 26, 2017. https://bellatory.com/fashion-industry/Fashion-History-Design-Trends-of-the-1040s.
During this time period while the war was occurring, men would wear
as shown in the image. The fabric used for the single-breasted suit was a
which signs the sustainability for
was used instead of the
were worn for
in men and move around without complications.
The New Look/50s
Sessions, Debbie. "1940s Men's Fashion Clothing Styles." VintageDancer.com. June 28, 2017. Accessed July 26, 2017. https://vintagedancer.com/1940s/1940s-mens-fashion/.
In 1947, Christian Dior presented the bar suit. The collection was a repudiation of the styles of the 1920s and 1930s, and it was also clearly similar to the styles and body-shapers of the late nineteenth century. The New Look collection included
rounded or sloped shoulders
tiny, nipped—in waist
padded and rounded hips
, and a very full skirt with
helped create the skirt's fullness.
"Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History." The Met's Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History. Accessed July 26, 2017. http://www.metmuseum.org/toah/works-of-art/C.I.58.34.30_C.I.69.40/.
The New Look/50s
Two distinct, mainly male, style tribes,
both dressed in their own type of "suits" to rebel against the social order of wearing
and dressing "
." Men were tired of the norm of society that they had to follow orders from before the war. They rebelled against fashions and wanted complete freedom and no judgments in what they desire to wear. It was a different look to what previous time periods provided in wearing suits for occasions. In the 50s it gave teenagers something to fight for.
was the style for the rebel.
Quartz, Steve. "How the rebel, the beatnik and the hipster became their own status symbols." PBS. September 10, 2015. Accessed July 26, 2017. http://www.pbs.org/newshour/making-sense/shift-consumerism-1950s-brought-rebel-cool/.