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1910-1919 Fashion History
Transcript of 1910-1919 Fashion History
HISTORY OF TIME PERIOD
POPULAR FASHION TRENDS
WORDS AND QUOTES
Oliwia Koralewska & Nousha Ramani
1911- The Chinese Revolution
1912- Oreo Cookies first introduced
1910- Boy Scouts Established in the U.S.
1913- First crossword puzzle
1914- World War I begins
1915- American Genocide
1916- Battle of Somme and Verdun
1917- U.S. enters World War I
1918- Daylight saving time introduced
1910: vibrant dresses, full hats, carried parasols
1912: huge hats, high waistlines, long jackets
1913: smaller hats, skirt hem longer, asymmetric cut and pinstripes
1914: short hair, overskirts, jackets slightly shorter
1915: bizzare hate shapes, double skirts, skirts get wider
1916: very high waist, boots that looks like white pumps over socks
1917: jackets longer, skirt less wide
1918: new large collar shapes, skirts narrower & shorter
1919: waist drops, boots go pumps come
WHO MADE OUTFITS POPULAR
Daisy Fellowes: socialite and hostess of the era, and right through into the 30's. Born in 1890, she was known as the most fashionable woman of her time
The Birth of a Nation (1915)
Broken Blossoms or the Yellow Man and the Girl (1919)
Traffic in Souls (1913)
Natural colors were mostly used.
Including black,white, navy, beige, etc.
Most commonly used materials were satin, velevet, and silk.
Conde Nast: a published VOGUE magazine and made it into the premier fashion publication in the World. The British VOGUE started up in 1916
"Fashion fades, only style remains the same."
"In order the be irreplaceable, one must always be different."