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Clothes and Costumes
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Clothes and Costumes
Clothes and Costumes
Clothes and Costumes
Clothes and Costumes
Clothes and Costumes
Clothes and Costumes
Clothes and Costumes
Clothes and Costumes
Clothes and Costumes
Clothes and Costumes
Clothes and Costumes
Clothes and Costumes
Clothes and Costumes
Clothes and Costumes
Clothes and Costumes
Clothes and Costumes
Clothes and Costumes
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  • 1. CLOTHES AND COSTUMES University of Nariño Listening and speaking V Gisell Chapal Villota
  • 2. The topic about clothes and costumes is really important nowadays, because is interesting that you know about what you are wearing in this moment. Where it is from and which are the different styles to dress in different parts of the world. So, when early people realized they needed more than their own hair and skin to protect them from the weather, they looked around to see what was available. People lived in a cold climate, saw animals with skins that kept them warm. They hunted these animals for food and used the fur to cover their bodies, in the same way, in hot climates, clothing provides protection from sunburn or wind damage, and provides protection from harmful UV radiation.
  • 3. THE INUIT PEOPLE Since prehistoric times, people have used fur and animal skins to keep out the cold. As an example of costume we have the INUIT PEOPLE from the Artic, they often wear traditional clothes made from fur, sealskin that is the skin of a seal or a sea dog and also caribou hide that is the skin of a reindeer
  • 4. SEAL OR A SEA DOG
  • 5. CARIBOU OR A REINDEER
  • 6. SAAMI PEOPLE In the same way SAAMI PEOPLE from Finland use caribou hide to provide their leather goods. To add, the wool is also used wherever the weather is cold because it is a good warm fiber to keep out the rain.
  • 7. INFORMATION AND CURIOSITIES  Where is the capital of fashion? Where is the capital of fashion? We could say that Milan, London, New York and many other cities show us fantastic fashion spectacles but the main capital of fashion have been Paris in France for hundreds of years.
  • 8.  Do people still wear national costume? Nowadays people only wear a t-shirt and jeans, skirts and suits but they wear traditional regional costumes only in special occasions.
  • 9.  How do people dress in hot countries? When it is hot in different countries people often protect their heads from the sun with different kind of hats for example it could be from the Mexican Hat to the cone shaped straw hat that is worn by farm workers in china and Vietnam. Also in deserts people cover their heads with cloths to keep out the sun like the the Tuareg men of the Sahara they wear scarves around the face so only the eyes can be seen
  • 10. Mexican Hat
  • 11. STRAW HAT
  • 12. TUAREG MAN
  • 13.  Who invented the silk? Chinese people invented the silk from the cocoons of silkworms that is like a kind of fiber like this…, thousands of years ago. They make beautiful wraps and also ropes.
  • 14. COCOONS OF SILKWORMS
  • 15. THE GREEK ARMY Another curiosity is that in the Greek army, guards or soldiers wear skirts like an old fashion costume of the mountain people, they are called the EVZÓNES
  • 16. THE CLOGGIES Now we have the true CLOGGIES. It is a kind of shoes make of wood and they were won in many parts of Europe, they are worn principally by farmers and market traders in Netherlands
  • 17. “SINGSING” FESTIVAL In Papua, New Guinea there is a big festival called singsing. Where men paint their faces and wear ornaments of bones, shells and feathers also as a costume they wear skirts made of leaves.
  • 18. PANAMA HATS There are hats called the Panama hats but really they come from Ecuador from the leaves of the JIPIJAPA palm the name is because these hats were first exported abroad from panama which is why they are called Panama hats
  • 19. LADIES WEAR TALL LACE HATS The Breton People from France are really proud of their costumes that they used in special occasions for example the men wear waistcoats and big black hats and the women wear tall lace hats some of them are similar to chimneys.
  • 20. As a conclusion in many societies, norms about clothing reflect standards of modesty, religion, gender, and social status. Clothing may also function as a form of adornment and an expression of personal taste or style
  • 21. Finally, nowadays clothes are made from different materials such as wool, natural fibers, silk or cotton and many others but it is not easy to know where people come from by the clothes they wear because as I told you in general nowadays people only use a t-shit with a blue jean.
  • 22. THANK YOU SO MUCH!

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