POLS 3620-Transformation of clothing style between China and Europe in contemporary times(contemporary europe and asia/hkbu/pols 3620)

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  • 1. 07050836 LEI Lei 07014953 LEUNG Hoi Tin POLS 3620 Contemporary Europe and Asia Presentation
  • 2. Introduction Leung Hoi Tin & Lei Lei
  • 3. 1900-1919 Edwardian vs. late Qing Leung Hoi Tin
  • 4. Leung Hoi Tin
  • 5. Leung Hoi Tin
  • 6. Western European women vs. Chinese Women Leung Hoi Tin
  • 7. Leung Hoi Tin
  • 8. 1919-1929 After WWI
    • Weakening the gender features
    • loose, comfortable
    • Unique : moving with shift in fashions
    Lei Lei Western Europe China
    • Similar wear for both genders
    • Loose, comfortable
    • Simplicity: moving with western fashions
  • 9. Lei Lei Western European man and woman Chinese man and wom a n
  • 10. Lei Lei
  • 11. Lei Lei
  • 12. 1930-1939 the Great Depression vs. National Government
    • Stronger gender differences
    • More fitted
    • ( the wealthy )
    • Moving with movies
    • (the public) conservative
    Lei Lei Western Europe China
    • Highlighted gender features
    • Fitting style
    • (certain classes)
    • Moving with movies and western style
    • (the public) practicality
  • 13.
    • European bold and sexy style
    • Chinese women’s sexuality
    Lei Lei
  • 14. Lei Lei
  • 15. 1939-1945 During WWII vs. Anti-Japanese War
    • Less changeable
    • (Simple, less unique)
    • Less gender features
    • Utility and long-wearing
    • Less changeable (Simple )
    • Weaken gender differences
    • Utility and satisfy primary demand
    • Western Europe
    • China
    Lei Lei
  • 16.
    • European women wore military uniform
    • Female communists wore Mao suits
    Lei Lei
  • 17. Lei Lei
  • 18. 1945-1979 Cold war vs. early people’s republic Leung Hoi Tin
  • 19. 1950s 1960s 1970s Leung Hoi Tin Western European fashion
  • 20. Before the Cultural Revolution During the Cultural Revolution Leung Hoi Tin
  • 21. And more!! Leung Hoi Tin
  • 22. Leung Hoi Tin
  • 23. The Cultural Revolution Leung Hoi Tin
  • 24. Leung Hoi Tin
  • 25. Leung Hoi Tin
  • 26. After 1980s China meets Europe meets China
  • 27. Conclusion Different Less different Different again Similar 1900-1919 1920-1945 1945-1979 1980-current Leung Hoi Tin & Lei Lei
    • Similar cloths for men and women
    • Loose
    • A little difference between genders
    • Loose to fitting
    • Monotonous and no obvious fashion trend
    • Usefulness
    Started to pursue fashion, trends and brands