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Final APUSH powerpoint presentation

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  • 1. Fashion c. 1947-present day
  • 2. Christian Dior and “The New Look”
    • Tight waist
    • Exaggerated hipline
    • Longer skirt
    • Ankle-strap shoes and slingbacks
    • Large, plain, always elegant hats
  • 3.  
  • 4. Edwardian “dandy” Fashion c. 1955
    • Associated with delinquent teenagers
      • Long, knee-length single-breasted jacket
      • “ Slim Jim” string tie
      • Close-fitting, anke-length drainpipe trousers
      • Long, greased back hair
      • “ bad boy” look of the 50s
  • 5. Women’s Evening and Daywear c. 1957
    • Puffball silhouette
    • Off-shoulder style
    • Puffed-gathered skirt
  • 6.  
  • 7. Women’s Day and Evening Wear c. 1962-1965
    • Yves St. Laurent created shantung suit
    • Emilio Pucci
    • -Italian fashion designer known for prints
    • -figure hugging short-sleeved mini-dress with matching tights
  • 8. Modern Art-Inspired Day Dresses 1965-1967
    • Pop-art cocktail dresses by Yves St. Laurent
  • 9. Piet Mondrian Dress
    • Designed by Yves St. Laurent
    • Inspired by Piet Mondrian’s paintings
  • 10. Yves St. Laurent’s African Dresses
    • 1967 Spring/Summer Yves St. Laurent
    • African-style dresses adorned with shells and native African jewelry
  • 11. 1969 Women’s Fashion in Modern Synthetics
    • Vinyl and plastic dresses
    • Art Nouveau Pop Art Style
    • Inspired by artist Peter Max
  • 12. Plastic disc dress PVC dress Vinyl dress
  • 13. The Hippie Era
    • Tie-dye shirts
    • Mexican peasant blouses
    • Fringed denim/suede
    • Crop tops
  • 14.  
  • 15. Men’s and Women’s Day Wear c. 1970
    • Bell bottoms
    • Mini skirts
    • High-waisted trousers
  • 16. Ziggy Stardust Swedish avant garde jeweler Efva Attling wearing a “midi” dress Patterned fabrics
  • 17. Denim in the ‘70s
    • Unisex style
    • Denim shirts & jeans
  • 18.  
  • 19. Women’s Fashion c. 1979
    • Jumper-style blouse
    • Sophisticated silhouette popularized by Valentino
    • Thigh-length mini skirt
    • Low-heeled pumps
  • 20. Yves St. Laurent 1979 Spring/Summer RTW collection inspired by Pablo Picasso
  • 21. Town & Country Styles c. 1984
    • Appear masculine in attire
    • -trenchcoat and thick cable knitted pullover
    • Riding jodhpurs
    • Knee-length leather boots
  • 22. Haute Couture in the 80s
    • Close figure-fitting high fashion
    • Tapered sleeves from shoulder to waist
    • Broad-shouldered and padded mini-dresses
  • 23.  
  • 24. Formal Clothes 1988-1990
    • Shorter skirts
    • Gloves
    • Court shoes
    • Belt to narrow waistline
    • Chanel in the 1980s epitomized formal clothing during this time
  • 25.  
  • 26. Madonna
    • Madonna
    • -”street urchin” look
    • -bras worn as outerwear
    • -short, tight Lycra
    • -leather mini skirts
  • 27. The Thriller Look
    • Michael Jackson’s Thriller album
    • Red/black leather pants
    • One glove
    • Sunglasses worn at night
  • 28. Leotards and Dancewear
    • Standard feminine fashion in the disco era
    • Tights
    • Legwarmers
    • Ripped sweatshirts that exposed bare shoulders
  • 29. 1990-2000 Fashion
    • Denim overalls
    • Floral dresses
    • Midriff baring tops
    • MC Hammer Parachute Pants
  • 30. Modern Fashion
  • 31. Marchesa
  • 32. Oscar de la Renta
  • 33.  

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