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Copy of FASHION
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Carey Mulligan as Daisy Buchanan for Vogue May 2013. She wears an Alexander McQueen ostrich feather dress, reminiscent of several 1920s flapper styles both in the use of strands of pearls and in silhouette. Photographed by Mario Testino.
Silk and feather dress by designer Louiseboulanger. 1928.
Viktor & Rolf, Spring 2015
Yves Sait Laurent, Fall 1978.
A menswear inspired suit and oversize bow
There seemed to be a sudden resurgence of 1920's fashion in 2012, spurred on by the release of the film,
The Great Gatsby
WHO REALLY PAYS THE PRICE FOR OUR CLOTHING?
Actress Charlotte Andler, 1929. She wears a men's suit, shirt, and bowtie.
Pink Tartan FW 2011
Louise Brooks, 1929
Fortuny's pleats and flowing, body hugging dresses have been and still continue to be an inspiration for designers' creations.
Oscar De La Renta, Pre-Fall 2013
J. Mendel Spring 2013
Christian Dior SS2012
Oscar De La Renta Spring 2012
Silk Pleated “Delphos” Gown in Champagne with Murano Glass Beadwork, c. 1910. Designed by Mariano Fortuny/
Coco Chanel (left) as La Garconne in 1928
Chanel designs a shirt (above) featuring a Breton stripe in 1917, in a style that remains much the same today.
James Dean in a Breton stripe in Rebel Without a cause, 1955.
Balmain Fall 2009
Jean Paul Gaultier Spring 2013
1968. One of Paco Rabanne's 12 Unwearable Dresses.
Emilio Pucci's Rabanne-esque dress in leather for SS15
One of Rabanne's 12 Unwearable Dresses. Photo by Gunnar Larson 1966
Paco Rabanne, SS2012
Rabanne's line looks back to its roots
Tom Ford AW2014
Sequined jersey football dresses by Geoffrey Beane, 1967.
Here, in Michael Kors' SS2015 Collection, we see reference to the 50s' nipped in waists and full skirts. The looks reminds me of Dior's New Look.
Georgia May Jagger (and Henry Hopper) for Vogue UK January 2012 by Alasdair McLelland. Hat by James Lock, top by Dolce & Gabbanna
Model Veruschka walking her dog in Rome, 1971.
Karlie Kloss for Vogue Australia May 2012
Karlie Kloss for Vogue Australia May 2012. Prada dress.
Yulia Kharlapanova featured in the Gucci fashion show for Autumn/Winter 2012
Etro Spring 2012
Miu Miu Resort 2015
Paulina Porzikova in J. H. Collectibles jacket. Photographed by Arthur Elgort, Vogue, May 1990
The image, originally from 1990, was recently featured in a Vogue article, and hails back to the classic Chanel jacket.
Untitled, c.1910-1919. Photographer Unknown.
Mariano Fortuny, c.1907
The style "La Garconne," popularized by Chanel in the late 20s, is revived in the 70s in this cheeky ensemble by YSL.
Marimekko (Mary’s Dress,) 1974
A loose maxi dress is a staple, whether it be for a 70s girl or modern woman.
The dress on the right features the same sort of patchwork crochet as the cape from the 70s, on left.
Judith Weston, “Homage to Tamales Bay” crocheted cape
Jerry Hall for DvF, 1975
Gucci created a dress very similar to the classic wrap dresses designed by Diane von Furstenburg 40 years earlier.
Hussein Chalayan: The Tangent Flows, 1993
The creator of these metal dresses let them rust underground before sending them out on the runway. Although not immediately apparent, they remind me of Rabanne's 12 unwearable dresses. They are also crafted from an unconventional matierial and read as very conceptuallly artistic.
McQueen seems to be looking back to Schiapparelli for inspiration.
Strong shoulders reappear in the 80s:
Giorgio Armani, 1980
Women in Southern England, 1944
Dior, Fall 2008
Dior, Fall 2013
Dior constantly looks to it's past and references the "New Look," in today's collections.
summer day dresses by Claire McCardell, 1946
Freida Pinto in a set by Salvatore Ferragamo
Looks similar to McCardell's have become very popular in recent years.
Elsa Sciapparelli, 1938
Shaun Leane for Alexander McQueen, SS1998.
Fortuny continued to design these flowing gowns into the 1910s, and this one in particular could have been an inspiration to De La Renta.
Lous Vuitton, Fall 2012
Unknown designer, c.1950
Vuitton's modern take on a 50s look is fresh while also looking vintage.
Katharine Hepburn is one of the leading ladies for the trend for menswear as womenswear that continues through the decades.
Hat by Arturo Rios, c. 2012
Lily Elsie, 1909
Edwardian picture hats survive in the form of derby hats today.
NAME: Javiera Llime
WHY DID I CHOOSE THIS TOPIC?
IN THE PRESENT
"1 in 6 humans on Earth are somehow involved in the global fashion industry.”
Workplace that has socially unacceptable working conditions. The work may be difficult, dangerous or underpaid, and child labor laws may also be violated.
¿Why is this happening?
“Globalized production means that all the making of goods has been outsourced to low cost economies were wages are very low. What that means is that those at the top of the value chain get to choose were the products are being made”
-John hilary, executive director of War On Want
Outlets such as H&M can sell hoodies for as little as $25 because Cambodian workers will sew for roughly 50 cents per hour.
Rana Plaza collapse
2013, Dhaka, Bangladesh
1,134 people died
"Companies that make the G.M.Seeds and make the chemicals are the same companies, and they are also the same companies that make the medicines which now they are patenting..."
-Vandana Shiva, environmental activist
Today we purchase pieces of new clothes each year. That's 400% more than the amount we bought just two decades ago.
OVER 80 MILLION
The average american throws away 37 kilograms of textile waste each year. Adding up to more that 11 million tons of textile waste from the US alone.
“Two of the 10 richest men in the world are the owners of Zara and H&M. I think it says a lot about how they make their money.”
-Livia Firth, creative director of Eco-Age
"Less quantity, more quality"
“The true cost” documentary.