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Title: UNIT B EVOLUTION AND MOVEMENT OF FASHION


1
UNIT BEVOLUTION AND MOVEMENT OF FASHION
The 40's
  • 2.03 Recognize the relationship between
    historical events and fashion evolution.

2
Mood of the decade
  • World War II
  • Women re-entered the workforce
  • Parisian Fashion houses closed their doors due to
    German invasion of Paris
  • American fashion designers emerged
  • Shorter skirts
  • Sloppy Joe sweaters
  • Bikini introduced

3
Mood of the decade
  • World War II (cont.)
  • L-85 (General Limitations Order) restricted
    amount of fabric used in production of apparel.
  • Designers had to create fashions that would
    remain stylish through multiple seasons.
  • A new style of suits for women had short skirts
    and short jackets of twenty-five inches or less
    in length.
  • Sheath evening dresses replaced the long flowing
    gowns of the thirties.

4
Mood of the decade
  • World War II (cont.)
  • Restrictions limited use of silk, wool, rubber,
    metal
  • Tailored masculine-looking suit
  • The young danced the jitterbug.

5
Mood of the decade
  • World War II (cont.)
  • Postwar fashion freedom
  • Women wanted a return to more feminine designs.
  • Christian Dior introduced the New Look with
    rounded shoulders, fuller bustlines, and fuller
    skirts fifteen inches off the ground.
  • Paris was re-established as the center of the
    fashion world.

6
People who influenced fashion
  • Christian Diordesigner of the New Look first
    to license name
  • Norman Norrellwinner of the first Coty American
    Fashion Critics Award founder of CFDA
  • Cristobal Balenciagaknown for huge evening
    coats, long, full skirts, pillbox hats, and
    chemise dresses

7
People who influenced fashion
  • Jacques Fathfirst French designer to export
    designs to the United States
  • Elsa Schiaparelliknown for surreal designs and
    bold use of color
  • AdrianHollywood costume designer whose screen
    fantasies influenced street fashions

8
UNIT BEVOLUTION AND MOVEMENT OF FASHION
The 1950's
  • 2.03 Recognize the relationship between
    historical events and fashion evolution.

9
Mood of the decade
  • Korean War
  • Color television introduced
  • Rock-n-Roll explosion
  • Teenagers emerged as a fashion voice.
  • Leather jackets and T-shirts with the sleeves
    rolled up
  • White shirts and blue jeans
  • Letter sweaters
  • Beatniks
  • American Bandstand
  • Elvis Presley appeared on The Ed Sullivan Show.

10
Mood of the decade (cont.)
  • Moving to the suburbs
  • Sportswear emerges
  • Pedal pushers, slacks, halters, shirtwaist
    dresses
  • Cashmere sweaters with a matching scarf
  • Poodle skirts
  • Single-breasted jackets, narrow lapels, and
    natural shoulders
  • Tapered trousers and penny loafers
  • Shopping malls are built.

11
Mood of the decade (cont.)
  • Ivy League look
  • Men wore neat single-breasted jackets with narrow
    lapels, pressed trousers, with white, yellow, or
    pale blue button-down collared shirts, and ties.
  • Female students dressed in twin sweater sets, or
    Peter-Pan collared blouses and sweaters, with
    pencil-slim or pleated skirts.

12
Mood of the decade (cont.)
  • Hairstyles
  • Girls wore ponytails early in the decade. Later,
    the beehive was popular.
  • Boys trained their hair into greased-back
    ducktails and carried a comb at all times.

13
Mood of the decade (cont.)
  • Shoes and accessories
  • Two-toned bucks
  • Bobby socks

14
People who influenced fashions
  • Designer influence was significant
  • Diorthe A-line silhouette for women
  • Givenchythe chemise or sack dress
  • Claire McCardellsashes, harem pajamas, bias-cut,
    dartless clothes

15
UNIT BEVOLUTION AND MOVEMENT OF FASHION
The 1960's
  • 2.03 Recognize the relationship between
    historical events and fashion evolution.

16
Mood of the decade
  • Civil Rights Movement
  • Black Pride
  • The Afro
  • African prints
  • Dashiki A loose, brightly-colored African tunic.

17
Mood of the decade (cont.)
  • Youthquake Revolution
  • Youth take ownership of the decade
  • Mod look Clothing with psychedelic colors and
    geometric designs.
  • Go-Go Look with mini skirts, white go-go boots

18
Mood of the decade (cont.)
  • Election of John F. Kennedy
  • Youngest president in history
  • The bare-headed President Kennedy begins the
    demise of the mens hat industry.
  • First Lady Jackie Kennedy is the fashion icon of
    the decade wearing Chanel suits and simple
    dresses, pillbox hat, pearls, and low-heeled
    shoes.

19
Mood of the decade (cont.)
  • Man walks on the moon
  • Pierre Cardin and André Courreges are called the
    space age designers.
  • Space age and futuristic looks appear on high
    fashion runways.

20
Mood of the decade (cont.)
  • Onset of the womens liberation movement
  • See through blouses, no bra
  • Unisex look
  • Pantyhose introduced (Glen Raven Mills, NC, 1959)

21
Mood of the decade (cont.)
  • Anti-war movement (Vietnam)
  • Hippie look, suede fringe jackets, appliquéd
    bell-bottom trousers, tie-dyed shirts, love
    beads, granny glasses, and peace symbols.
  • Woodstock Festival

22
People who influenced fashions
  • Decreased designer influence
  • Mary QuantLondon designer who introduced the
    miniskirt
  • Twiggyskinny British model who became the top
    model of the sixties
  • Emilio Pucciexotic, psychedelic, beautiful
    prints
  • Yves St. Laurentfresh approach to fashion with
    Mondrian-inspired shift dress
  • Jackie Kennedy
  • Audrey Hepburnclassics such as the little black
    dress

23
UNIT BEVOLUTION AND MOVEMENT OF FASHION
The 1970's
  • 2.03 Recognize the relationship between
    historical events and fashion evolution.

24
Mood of the decade
  • Watergate Scandal
  • Vietnam war ends
  • Dawn of the Disco, Studio 54, Saturday Night
    Fever
  • John Travoltas white suit with an open-necked
    shirt.
  • Platform shoes
  • Bell-bottom hip-hugger pants
  • Hot pants with white go-go boots

25
Mood of the decade
  • Punk Rock, short-lived anti-social and
    anti-fashion movement
  • Torn, frayed clothing
  • Body piercing
  • Spiked hair colored pink or green
  • T-shirts being worn
    as billboards
  • Political statement
    designs

26
Mood of the decade
  • Rap and hip-hop emerge
  • Athletic clothes
  • Track suits
  • Excessive amounts of gold jewelry

27
Mood of the decade
  • Ethnic influence
  • Macramé bags
  • Crochet waistcoats and shawls
  • Ponchos
  • Gypsy tops with gathered necklines trimmed with
    bells and puffed sleeves
  • Nehru jackets

28
Mood of the decade
  • Me decade, self indulgence
  • String bikini
  • Tight clothes
  • Mens leisure suits
  • Designer jeans
  • Hand-braided friendship bracelets

29
Mood of the decade
  • Feminism, sexual equality, womens lib, equal
    rights
  • Bra burning
  • Women no longer wear girdles
  • Women buy pantyhose
  • Women wear pants and pantsuits
  • Double-knit polyester man-made fabrics
  • Micro, mini, midi, and maxi skirts

30
Mood of the decade
  • Shoes
  • Platforms
  • Clogs
  • Movies and their stars
  • Annie Hallwomen wearing oversize mens shirts,
    very long skirts, khaki pants, and mens hats
  • Greaseleather motorcycle jackets

31
Mood of the decade
  • Television
  • Charlies AngelsFarrah Fawcett Majors hair
    style and flared trousers
  • Happy DaysFonzies leather jacket, jeans, white
    shirt
  • Dukes of HazzardDaisy Dukes cutoff jean shorts

32
People who influenced fashion
  • Yves Saint Laurentwomenswear based on menswear
  • Halstonuse of cashmere
  • Calvin Kleindenim jeans
  • Mary McFaddenfine pleating
  • Bill Blasssporty, sophisticated classics

33
UNIT BEVOLUTION AND MOVEMENT OF FASHION
The 1980's
  • 2.03 Recognize the relationship between
    historical events and fashion evolution.

34
Mood of the decade
  • Excess
  • Shoulder pads, retro 1940s
  • Big hair
  • Brand names appeared on outside of garment

35
Mood of the decade (cont.)
  • MTV
  • Music becomes visual
  • Videos become a major influence on apparel
    choices
  • Lace tops, tight skirts
  • Bustier worn by Madonna

36
Mood of the decade (cont.)
  • Television influence
  • Dallasjeans, boots, western shirts, and cowboy
    hat
  • Dynastywide shoulder silhouettes
  • Miami Vice T-shirts worn under Armani suits,
    pastel colors for men
  • General Hospital Luke and Laura
  • Lady Diana Spencer weds Prince Charles
  • Dianas wedding dress becomes one of the most
    copied in the world

37
Mood of the decade (cont.)
  • Workout craze, Jane Fonda
  • Legwarmers, leotards, sneakers
  • Nike, Reebok
  • Women left their high-heels at home and wore
    sneakers to work
  • Introduction of the thong bikini
  • Stirrup pants
  • Warm-up suits
  • Flashdanceincreased the popularity of
    legwarmers, sweatshirt fabric, and sweatshirts
    with cut out necks

38
Mood of the decade (cont.)
  • Punk
  • Dog collars
  • Mohawk hairstyles
  • Leather jackets and chains

39
UNIT B EVOLUTION AND MOVEMENT OF FASHION
The 1990's
  • 2.03 Recognize the relationship between
    historical events and fashion evolution.

40
Mood of the decade
  • Sandra Day OConnorfirst woman on Supreme Court
  • AIDS first identified
  • Collapse of the Soviet Union and the expansion of
    overseas companies

41
Mood of the decade (cont.)
  • Longest bull market in Wall Street history
  • More luxurious fashions are introduced as people
    have more money to spend.
  • More luxurious fabrics enter the market.

42
Mood of the decade (cont.)
  • Casual Fridaykhakis, polos, loafers, jeans with
    company T-shirts worn to work
  • Internet
  • Finger-tip access to global fashion information
  • Online shopping

43
Mood of the decade (cont.)
  • Street Fashions
  • Hip-Hop style
  • Jeans, logo T-shirts, windbreakers, all oversized
  • Body piercing
  • Tattooing
  • Doc Martens
  • Backpack purses

44
Mood of the decade (cont.)
  • Megabrands
  • Youthquake with Tommy Hilfiger
  • FUBU
  • Banana Republic
  • J. Crew
  • Old Navy, The Gap, Abercrombie and Fitch
  • Tweens (8 to 12 years old), Gap Kids, Limited Too

45
Mood of the decade (cont.)
  • Womens competitive and adventure sportsExample
    WNBA
  • Athletic shoes
  • Sports bras

46
People who influenced fashion
  • Princess Dianamost photographed woman ever
  • Tommy Hilfigerbrand image designer
  • Gianni Versacedesigner with rock star type sex
    appeal
  • Isaac Mizrahihigh-fashion designer whose line is
    sold exclusively by Target
  • Ralph Laurenpreppy styles for men and women

47
People who influenced fashion
  • Music, movies, and television
  • Garth Brookswestern shirts
  • Shania Twainbare midriffs and tight fitting
    clothes
  • Back Street Boysoversized clothes
  • Madonnathe bustier
  • Jennifer AnistonRachel hairdo on Friends

48
People who influenced fashion
  • Russell SimmonsPhat Farm hip-hop clothing
  • Sean John Combs (P. Diddy)denim-based
    signature sportswear for men and boys

49
UNIT BEVOLUTION AND MOVEMENT OF FASHION
Twenty-first century
  • 2.03 Recognize the relationship between
    historical events and fashion evolution.

50
Mood of the decade
  • Y2KThe Millennium Bug
  • Unclear winner in the United States Presidential
    Election
  • Firestone recalled tires
  • Microsoft ordered to split
  • September 11, 2001 attack on the Twin Towers
  • Taliban regime

51
Mood of the decade (cont.)
  • Anthrax scare
  • Invasion of Iraq
  • Stem cell research
  • Number of AIDS victims rises
  • Arnold Schwarzenegger became Governor of
    California
  • Recording industry cracked down on people who
    illegally swapped more than 1,000 songs over the
    Internet

52
Mood of the decade (cont.)
  • Saddam Hussein captured December 13, 2003
  • Street wear
  • Low-rise jeans
  • Slashed T-shirts
  • Overtly sexual clothes
  • Bling bling (big jewelry)
  • Ugg boots

53
People who are influencing fashion
  • Valentino
  • Paris Hilton
  • Rappers and Hip Hop artists in music videos
    baggy pants, big jewelry (bling bling) and urban
    wear (Enyce, Rocawear, Baby Phat, Phat Farm)

54
People who are influencing fashion (cont.)
  • Rappers and Hip Hop artists
  • Sean P.Diddy Combs
  • Lil Kimincreased the popularity of wearing weave
    and wigs
  • Camronincreased the popularity of males wearing
    the color pink
  • Jay-Zwearing earrings in both ears

55
People who are influencing fashion (cont.)
  • Film and popstars
  • Britney Spearsbare-midriff tops, skimpy skirts
    and shorts
  • Janet Jacksonbare, sexy, metallic, urban
    streetwear

56
People who are influencing fashion (cont.)
  • Celebrities who have clothing lines
  • Beyonce Knowles
  • Jennifer Lopez
  • Sean Combs
  • Russell Simmons
  • Jessica Simpson
  • Reba McEntyre
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