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0748186 The Evolution of Fashion

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My presentation will be about the evolution of fashion from the 1920s to the present, by focusing on emerging trends and their fashion icon counter parts. Through following the evolution of fashion we ...

My presentation will be about the evolution of fashion from the 1920s to the present, by focusing on emerging trends and their fashion icon counter parts. Through following the evolution of fashion we can see how new trends emerged, how some trends quickly dissapeared, and observe the ones that surpirse ud by coming back all over again.

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  • charissa202 charissa202 just wondering why you left the out all of these .......... Baroque/ Rococo -1600-1800, The empire period 1800-1900, the romantic perod 1815-1850, Crinoline period 1850-1869, Victorian period 1860-1890, The gay 90s -1890-1900, the edwardian era 1901-1910 and the transitional period 1910-1919. 2 years ago
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  • charissa202 charissa202 The Flapper - silhouette: straight/boyish - art deco inspied silhouette flat/ no bosom - no indentation at the waistline or waistline falls to hips.
    day dress
    Hem length moves upwards...18 inches from the ground (which was huge for their time)
    long, belted sweaters also popluar (chanel)
    evening dress
    also shorter hemlines
    generally sleevless small shoulder staps
    floating panels of chiffon
    beading very popular and fringe also popular
    hair was shingle bob, eton crop, marcel waved
    hat style cloche (bell shaped) pulled low over the brow
    headache band which is now known as head band
    turbans: small head
    shoes t-strap and pumps with straps acress the instep allowing her to dance the charleston etc: to much to write not really up for it right now
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