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The Fashion

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Daniela Vargas

on 11 April 2013

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The Fashion! Evolution! 50 70 60 80 90 40 20 30  Has been associated with the elegance, seduction and style. The age 20’s fashion is innately glamorous. Was had sought the comfort, shorten the skirts, lengthen the waists and the complements has been essential. Was the period of loose dresses with fall, silk, satin, chiffon, lace and taffeta, the container's cuts, V-necks and volates, pleats in skirts, collars with large lapels or hats yokes and ornate accessories and pearl necklaces, lengthy, headdresses, hats, brooches, skins, bags, gloves, feather embellishments of sequins, ribbons, flowers, gauze and tiaras. The platinum blonde and the waves, the Bob’s cuts or the androgynous look come from their age. Was had become fashionable the pantsuits with jacket, vest masculine style and the coats with neck and cuffs with skin. The age 30 was glamorous moments, in the women the elegance was the fundamental premise in this decade and the men dressed more informal and casuals. The women looked elegant, marking the female silhouette with notched suits, skirts to the knees , jackets suits, dresses cut on the bies or dresses with halter neck, with back necklines, used feminine and elegant gloves and hats and heels, was used skins in necks, hats, gloves, stoles and cuffs. The men were dressed suits for the job and for the all social events, except for the more informals. The flaps cross broad’s jackets were fashionable and the pants were widths in the top but straits in the ankles. The men were dressed suits for the job and for the all social events, except for the more informal. The flaps cross broad’s jackets were fashionable and the pants were widths in the top but straits in the ankles. Many designers replaced the buttons by the closures. Coco Chanel was a of the first designers that created the women’s sportswear. In the century 30’s end, owing the II World War, the women began to use pants, overalls and turbans, the skirts were shortened, the dresses were more straits combined with short jackets. The II World War marked the fashion, was a period of war civil and world, was totally controlled for the government, whence, was used poor, low quality and sober tissues, the austerity was the protagonist. The suits acquired a military air, and thence the use of pads, adopting a male image in the women’s cloths, their used rigid and gray cloths that stamped lacked. In 1946 Louis Réard presented the swimsuit "Bikini" Was get a some elegance for the women, with skirts that arrived in the knees or midi, silk blouses with loop, tight dresses with complements like wrist gloves, hats, coats and jackets to the knees, combined the suits with little handbags and simple and practical shod. In the men, the suits were made without vest and was used ties, was based more in the military uniforms for the wars. The cloths became dual use, and sometimes with different combination of several pieces and accessories were getting different looks. Highlighted by the splendor return, but too was sought the comfort cloth, resulting the youth cloth. The extravagant cloth became fashionable with color, moles, flowers, butterflies and stripes stamped. The female image was divided: Elegant dresses with adjusted guêpière and needle heels for the parties. Loose shirts, pants and flat shoes for the diary life, this was used by the young. The women used flared skirts below the knees, tight dresses at the waist below the knees, armed fasteners, suits composed by fitted waist skirt and a body jacket, heels, accessories like hats, handbags, the headdresses, gloves, necklaces, pearl earrings and scarves, the belts was the more important complement in this period. In 1954 Pierre Cardin presented the “Bubble dress” The men, in their suits, the flaps reduced their size and width, the shirt necks were reduced to the possible minimum and the ties came to have 3 cm width. The old men used hats. Video ThankYou! Laura Daniela Rincón Martinez
Laura Daniela Vargas Peña The colors of the 60 were alive and acid colors, and styles were triangles, squares, diamonds, flowers, stripes and more. It also was marked by accessories like glasses The Beatles influencing the popularity of Nehru jackets, buckled appearance and haircuts Appeared miniskirts for women, invented by Mary Quant. swimwear that used in this time At this time there were many changes in fashion, because of the different styles of this. Hippies had an anti-war philosophy and ideology of a utopian society. disk punk Cloths and designs that glow under the disco light platforms Men's clothing Dress For Women women: Her clothes were des complicated and released Accessories: colored bracelets are used, long necklaces, rings and belts Men: his dress was released, and used unusual colors. They wore long beards. It was characterized by broken clothes and hairstyle: crest heating's socks Madonna imposed her own style with fishnet stockings, leggings, crucifixes, fingerless gloves, rhinestone chains and her hairstyle. Michael Jackson popularized the jackets and the leather pants Shoulders: they used especially adult women The fashion of those years absorbed the influences of certain musical genres GRUNGE
Who else stood out was Kurt Cobain the front man in the group"Nirvana", with ripped jeans, plaid shirt and a wide striped jersey long sleeve. Pana: is used in both pants and dresses. Rap: they used their caps put in reverse, the wide sportswear, pants and huge, especially sneakers. Footwear. On one side are the Converse style and the other shoes stiletto Fashion Importance The Fashion is important because it refers to the customs and culture of any period, referring to the various historical aspects of each period. Important Designers Coco Chanel:
-Their sober and comfortable designs are synonyms of elegance, glamour, style and femininity.
-Their principal objective and style was the “Liberty of movement”, was able to interpret the women needs.
-She created the swimsuit and the mini-skirt. Cristobal Balenciaga:
-He is one of the most influential designers of the 20th century and is considered the "architect of the dress" for perfection and the constructive nature of their models.
-He liberated the woman's body from the bonds implausible the "belle époque" and put things on their site, reducing artificial falsehoods serene and aesthetic order of nature.
-His temperament was discreet, silent, demanding and refined elegance. Christian Dior:
-He is especially known called "New Look" of 1947 a counterrevolution that the woman returned directly to the belle époque.
-Represents classic elegance and a return to the feminine image.
-Supposed the recovery of luxury and excess depression after World War II. Yves Saint Laurent:
-The designer marked a before and after in fashion thanks to female tuxedo.
-Used his androgynous style and his great revolution was the pantsuit for women.
-The safari jacket and shirts with bare back are some of its great contributions to the world of fashion. • Highlight the evolution of fashion at every stage.
• Recognize the different clothes and styles of each stage. Objectives
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