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Greek Tunics
Doric Peplos: long, flowing and draped tunic
Himation:  floor length tunic, occasionally translucent
Chiton  Himation
Trade with the East
Chinese Silk Embroidery
Medieval Era <ul><li>Dark Ages:  </li></ul><ul><li>(400–1000)‏ </li></ul><ul><li>Early Gothic:  </li></ul><ul><li>(1000 – ...
Medieval Clothes: long sleeves and hemlines, heavy fabric
Beading and Embroidery
Medieval Chainmail  Knights wearing suits of Armour
Medieval Tunics
The Emergence of Fashion: Velvet
Crusades 1100-1200
Near Eastern Fabric
Black Plague, Hennins and Poulaines
Medieval Display of Wealth
Changes that brought about the  Renaissance <ul><li>The world was discovered to be round, not flat.  </li></ul><ul><li>Ame...
Fashion changes so quickly during the Renaissance that  tapestries were out-of-date by the time the were finished
Italian Renaissance Painting  Botticelli  Ghirlandaio
Florentine (Northern Italian) Renaissance Styles
Early Renaissance Robes and French Hood
Renaissance Corset
Renaissance Veil (left) and Jewelry (right)‏
French Hood  Snood  Typical Hairstyle
Early Renaissance Men's Styles Doublet, Chemise and Cap Still worn today by the Vatican's Swiss Guard
Renaissance Comparison: Farthingales  Princess Elizabeth 1546  Queen Elizabeth circa 1586 Spanish Farthingale  French Fart...
German Farthingale circa 1600
‏ Padded Doublet with peascod belly (left)  (right) Jerkin, puffed hose, plumed hat and cape
Ruffled Collars
Slashing and Puffed Sleeves
Common People of the Elizabethan Era
 
 
 
 
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  1. 1. Greek Tunics
  2. 2. Doric Peplos: long, flowing and draped tunic
  3. 3. Himation: floor length tunic, occasionally translucent
  4. 4. Chiton Himation
  5. 5. Trade with the East
  6. 6. Chinese Silk Embroidery
  7. 7. Medieval Era <ul><li>Dark Ages: </li></ul><ul><li>(400–1000)‏ </li></ul><ul><li>Early Gothic: </li></ul><ul><li>(1000 – 1200)‏ </li></ul><ul><li>Late Medieval: </li></ul><ul><li>(1200 - 1400 ) </li></ul>
  8. 8. Medieval Clothes: long sleeves and hemlines, heavy fabric
  9. 9. Beading and Embroidery
  10. 10. Medieval Chainmail Knights wearing suits of Armour
  11. 11. Medieval Tunics
  12. 12. The Emergence of Fashion: Velvet
  13. 13. Crusades 1100-1200
  14. 14. Near Eastern Fabric
  15. 15. Black Plague, Hennins and Poulaines
  16. 16. Medieval Display of Wealth
  17. 17. Changes that brought about the Renaissance <ul><li>The world was discovered to be round, not flat. </li></ul><ul><li>America was “discovered” by Europeans </li></ul><ul><li>Guns began to be used in warfare </li></ul><ul><li>Protestantism challenged the previously universal hold of the Catholic Church in Western Europe </li></ul><ul><li>The printing press made the wide spread distribution of ideas possible </li></ul>
  18. 18. Fashion changes so quickly during the Renaissance that tapestries were out-of-date by the time the were finished
  19. 19. Italian Renaissance Painting Botticelli Ghirlandaio
  20. 20. Florentine (Northern Italian) Renaissance Styles
  21. 21. Early Renaissance Robes and French Hood
  22. 22. Renaissance Corset
  23. 23. Renaissance Veil (left) and Jewelry (right)‏
  24. 24. French Hood Snood Typical Hairstyle
  25. 25. Early Renaissance Men's Styles Doublet, Chemise and Cap Still worn today by the Vatican's Swiss Guard
  26. 26. Renaissance Comparison: Farthingales Princess Elizabeth 1546 Queen Elizabeth circa 1586 Spanish Farthingale French Farthingale
  27. 27. German Farthingale circa 1600
  28. 28. ‏ Padded Doublet with peascod belly (left) (right) Jerkin, puffed hose, plumed hat and cape
  29. 29. Ruffled Collars
  30. 30. Slashing and Puffed Sleeves
  31. 31. Common People of the Elizabethan Era
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