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Fashion 1900 till present
Transcript of Fashion 1900 till present
1940 1950 1960 1970 1980 1990 2000 till now 1900 WOMEN: MEN: flappers referred to women who flaunted her unconventional conduct and dress
started to cut thier hair in boyish styles
the bob still required to wear hats newsboy
cap new accessories -layered beaded necklaces -pins -rings -brooches "ROARING TWENTIES" sacque suits Tuxedos were a
popular hats, shoes,
jewerly came together to make a unquie outfit! black patent leather shoes knickers ^school boys wore these.
When they swicthed over to long pants
it was a symbol of boys becoming a man. "below the knee" oxford pants first
Oxford grads. because knickers were banned in class a.k.a. oxford bags! dresses became brighter and shorter The Monte Carlo Dress
WOMEN: MEN: dresses became long & elegant day dress night dress evening gowns were backless new clothes gave women more freedom so they could
their busy lives metallic,
beads cuffed trousers double-breasted suits less constructed jackets suits were modified to make the torso appear longer skirts were longer in the front bias cross cutting by Madeleinne Vionnet was a big influence cotton
nylon (1927) new products used in fashion and retail zippers used for shoes
tabacco holders zippers also became
a decorative touch POPULAR THINGS OF THE '30s: long sleek deep hues ties geometric and abstract patterns didnt wear undershirts sales declinded
Clark Gables didnt wear one in
"It Happened One Night" -bright colors- -many styles like today- WOMEN side ponytails bright makeup & lots of it hair could be dyed & longer big hoop earrings, slap bracelets, hair bows off the shoulder shirts 3/4
sleeve shirts "college look" crop tops, stonewashed jeans, leggings, legwarmers, & tight mini skirts were very popular hightops, jelly shoes and high heeled stilettos were popular shoes body piercings & tattoos became more popular MEN black & neon tshirts leather! rock band tshirts sleeveless shirts black leather boots long hairstyles piercings more popular just
women! band members big glasses broad shoulder suits ties young males tight leather pants, stonewashed jeans, corduroy & bright colored trousers Boys & Girls wore stonewashed jeans and bandannas stonewashed jeans were popular among everyone men women teens kids Women had morning dresses, afternoon and evening dresses.
They also skirt suits for sportier events.
Clothing in the 1900s were designed to show off their waist line. They wanted to show off the S silhouette.
Clothing was fitted to the body so it would be the "perfect fit"
Hats were worn with all outfits. Hats were broad and large and had ribbon on them.
Dresses were influenced from European style. They had alot of lace and embroidary.
Corsetts were popular for under dresses to given wormen the sleek figure shape.
Men wore morning coats and suits. Hats for men were mostly worm by upper class. They started designing clothing with a loser fit.
They designed clothing for an uncorsetted figure.
Skirts were more often worn than dresses.
The skirt hemline became higher and rose above the ankles.
Hats and turbans were worn by men and women.
Clothes became more comfortable. Platform shoes were worn by men and women with thick shoes.
It was a "disco look"
Oversized sunglasses were popular
Wide leg bell bottom pants
Glittery shiny clothes were common in the club/disco scene
Bright crazy colors worn with a peace symbol
Mini skirts became a big trend and they were frowned upon by older people
Men worn jerseys with slogans
They went for a sporty look
They wore t-shirts with crazy wild colors and patterns
They wore leather jackets and frayed jeans. "Casual"-decade "Mash up Decade" Early 2000’s—
Women-Denim miniskirts, Burberry, hip-hop inspired sweatpants, daisy dukes, shirts that would expose the midriff (stomachs), flared trousers, denim jackets
Women-lowrise skinny jeans, knee-high boots, Lycra yoga wear, trenchcoats and peacoats, Capri pants, leggings, “vintage clothing” such as hippie or Boho style dresses
Women- headbands, denim-printed leggings, knitted dresses, Nike tempo shorts, wonderbra, sloggi underwear, and ballet flats, acid washed skinny jeans, translucent tartan shirt with a camisole underneath. Shemaghs worn as scarves to show protest to the Iraq war and show solidarity to Palestine Hair Styles-
Women-long and straight, side-swept bangs, hair with volume, bob cut and pixie cuts
Black women- cornrows and dreds *Trends were coming from previous style and global and ethnic clothing’s, as well as fashion from subcultures such as hipsters.
Women--tight-fitting trousers, elastic boot-straps,
* denim shirts, T-shirts, sweatshirts,oversized sweaters and black leather jackets,neon colors..
* drainpipe jeans, court shoes, cowboy boots ,athletic sneakers
* bike shorts, tartan skirts, baby doll dresses, matching jeans & denim jackets, headscarves, colored tights, leggings, trenchcoats lined with fake fur, oversized tee shirts as exercise wear.
Men- the flannel shirts of the 1990s were padded and loose-fitting for optimum warmth.
*Preppy clothing was popular in the US, where wealthy young men wore khaki slacks, navy blue blazers and canvas boat shoes.
* Converse All Stars, straight-leg jeans like Levi's, wool sweaters, black leather jackets, sheepskin coats, Members Only jackets, polo shirts, white Adidas trainers and Aviator sunglasses inspired by rock star Freddie Mercury. colors were very plain, like black, navy & ivory
clothing rations; not much wool so more synthetic fabrics used like rayon
British gov't had made it unlawful to participate in using excess decorations on clothing
1942 --> Incorporated Society of Fashion Designers createdover 30 different new utility clothing designs
the suits for women had more of a shape to excentuate the figure
the kangaroo cloak had huge pockets for stuffing household items when running for shelter during the war
"Make and Do Mend" was used to take a certain piece of clothing or household item to make something more useful like shorts out of sheets or coats out of warm blankets
ankle socks worn more than pantyhose
men wore a "zoot suit" to night clubs and was very oversized
in 1947 Hawaiian shirts were introduced to men along with Carisa shirts Dior introduced his H, A and Y lines
1957 --> the slack started a trend for straighter waist less shift dresses
1955 --> the swoop line was for the people who liked to be "child-like"
1958 --> the empire line dress was for teenagers who were young but still wanted to look the opposite of their mothers
more synthesized fabrics came known and would require no or barely any ironing ex: Nylon, Crimplene, and Orlon
hairstyles followed those of prominent women like Queen Elizabeth II and Elizabeth Taylor
knit twin sets were very popular and still are today dresses began to have armholes and lower necklines
The Beehive was a very popular haristyle that was high on the head and hairsprayed to death
more clean cut lines of clothing and trousers were worn by women now
one of the biggest fashion influences was Jackie Kennedy
synthetic fabrics were now mixed in with natural fabrics
different colors of clothing that were more vibrant came to be and were very popular with famous women
Men-Argyle socks, khaki shorts, bootcut jeans,
light-colored polo shirts,
Adidas or Nike trainer shoes, loafers,
fleeces, tartan lumber-jack style shirts
Men-(inspired by British indie pop) - converse all-stars, winklepickers, cartoon printed hoodies, slim-fitting jeans, vintage T-shirts, mod-style parkas Both-crocs were worn in 2005 Men- 50’s and 80’s came back with; lettermen jackets, black leather jackets, straight leg jeans, Ray Ban Aviator sunglasses, Ed Hardy T-shirts, neon colors, cardigans, v-neck sweaters, Nike Air Jordan’s, Keds, motorcycle boots, Chuck Taylor all-stars Men- buzzcut, spiky hair, flat top, fauxhawk, long surfer inspired hair. Very Popular Clothing-
Ugg boots, high-tops, skinny jeans, hoodies *eco-friendly and ethical clothing and recycles fashions such as fake fur, made this decade Mid 1990’s
Women-including hippie-style floral dresses, turtleneck shirts, lace blouses, conch shell necklaces, straw hats, Gypsy tops, long floral skirts and chunky wedge heeled shoes. Around this time in Europe and America it was also fashionable to dress entirely in black or wear designer clothing displaying Italian or French labels
Men- longer hair were popular in Britain due to the success of Britpop. Aloha shirts, brown leather jackets, loafers, throwback pullover baseball jerseys, graphic-print t-shirts, and neon-colored trainers. In America hip-hop fashion went mainstream, with oversized letterman jackets, bomber jackets, gold jewelery, baggy carpenter jeans, tracksuits and overalls popular among young men as casual wear
Women- flared trousers, pastel colors, fleeces, miniskirts, sweatpants, tank tops revealing the midriff, ugg boots, low-waisted jeans inspired by the designs of Alexander McQueen. This continued into the 2000s
Men- khaki cargo pants, leather jackets based on the same cut as blazers, duster coats, black bomber jackets with orange linings, preppy brands like Old Navy, tracksuits, and various types of sportswear manufactured by Adidas, Reebok, Hitec and Nike. Shirts untucked. Major Reasons for the Changes and Continuities That Happened Throughout the Years of Fashion: technology advertising migration & history -new machines to make clothes
-different uses -people moving from different areas showing people their styles -always seeing new things & being influenced -affected by what was going on around them and around the world like in the '80s Changes: length of dresses -changed with lifestyle -changed to excentuate the figure Continuities: colors of things -changed back and forth between virbant & plain stonewashed jeans -popular from the about the 80s till today suits -always changing because of the way men wanted to look ex: make torso appear longer(30's) mini skirts -popularity began in the 70s & still popular today -because they show off body & in the 70s older people didn't like them so made teens feel bad designer brands -people concentrated on them in the 90s and everyone still wears them today hair -changed from short to top of head to long -because many followed what famous people did sets sold together -ex: knit twin sets of the 50s
-cheaper & matched & less shopping to do over sized sunglasses & aviators -both still wore today became eco-friendly -used whatever they had before, now more concerned about what they are making it with mens pants -changed to fit lifestyle and make them look good ex: knickers to oxford bags
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corsets -worn to make women thin -stopped being worn becuase women wanted to be free and comfy hats -early years they were required to be wore at all times with every outfit -stopped being required so they werent wore as much shoes -fancy shoes in the older times; now everyone wears UGGS and or Nikes, Jordons, etc.
-In Europe single-breasted three and four button suits began to replace the 1980s power suits. In America suits went out of fashion as men began to dress smart-casual and business casual, a trend kickstarted by Bill Gates of Microsoft suits