Project Group of Gulyakandoz Internet Learning Centre Manager Dilorom Abdullaeva Gulyakandoz Fashion
Traditional clothes <ul><li>From ancient times the fashion said  a lot about the values and culture of one definite  count...
Traditional clothes Post wedding clothes <ul><li>It’s becoming a tradition to wear national wedding clothes on all post we...
OUR TEACHERS <ul><li>Nowadays 70% of our women and men are busy with “state” work. They  wear European fashion and don’t c...
Teenagers’ fashion <ul><li>The young members of the community prefer modern - European fashion too. The European style is ...
Senior  students
Girls’ and Women’s Adorning
Our Poll <ul><li>We took a simple poll at our schools to clear out  </li></ul><ul><li>-  how many boys prefer school unifo...
Our conclusion: <ul><li>During the training devoted   to the National Fashion and its role in the development of the natio...
The originality of clothes of local peoples was long since defined (determined) climatic, a conditions of life by traditio...
<ul><li>The dressing gown could be easy or warm, on cotton wool. On each side a dressing gown there were cuts (sections) f...
<ul><li>The dressing gown could be easy or warm, on cotton wool. On each side a dressing gown there were cuts (sections) f...
Internet Learning Center (Shakhrinav sch 18)
Tajik Modern National Fashion and Foreign Fashion Graph
<ul><li>One of the most popular and everywhere widespread kinds of a national - applied art of Tajikistan always was headd...
<ul><li>Women of advanced age do not carry this headdress. Nurseries headdress (Toki, kalapush, duppi) differ a variety an...
Tajik Zaru Zevar Internet Learning Center (Shakhrinav sch 18)
PREPARED BY: <ul><li>Project Group of Shakhrinav </li></ul><ul><li>ILC Manager:   </li></ul><ul><li>Bahrullo Karakhonov </...
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  1. 1. Project Group of Gulyakandoz Internet Learning Centre Manager Dilorom Abdullaeva Gulyakandoz Fashion
  2. 2. Traditional clothes <ul><li>From ancient times the fashion said a lot about the values and culture of one definite country. But nowadays it’s getting more difficult to guess about the culture and religion looking at the fashion. We think older people almost of all countries are still wearing the clothes of national fashion. The same is in our places. Only very old people wear everyday national clothes, men wear national gown – chapan and scull cap – tuppe. </li></ul><ul><li>Old women wear long dresses and cover their heads with a kerchief. Some of our traditional fashions are still strictly observed. Among them are funeral ones. During the funeral arrangements the men should wear dark coloured (black, green) chapan and scull cap. Women wear dark coloured national gown (raincoat or coat) and a white kerchief. </li></ul>
  3. 3. Traditional clothes Post wedding clothes <ul><li>It’s becoming a tradition to wear national wedding clothes on all post wedding arrangements, f.e. - kurpaegde (making up the bed of newly-weds), chalande (visiting the family of a bride and the relatives), etc. </li></ul><ul><li>A groom wears a suit and a scull cap. A bride wears a national dress (as a rule from atlas fabric) and a “golden” scull cap . </li></ul>
  4. 4. OUR TEACHERS <ul><li>Nowadays 70% of our women and men are busy with “state” work. They wear European fashion and don’t cover their heads. </li></ul>
  5. 5. Teenagers’ fashion <ul><li>The young members of the community prefer modern - European fashion too. The European style is more comfortable and suitable for our everyday life. Our teenagers are sure this style can say a lot about their inner world, hobbies and interests. </li></ul><ul><li>At the first glance one can guess who is fond of sports and active life. Looking at us you can say who prefer calm or strict daily routine. It’s possible even to define the members of the same sub-group. </li></ul><ul><li> Schoolgirls have their school uniform- a black skirt and a white blouse. But our girls prefer to wear jeans and blouses. Usually they don’t cover their heads with a kerchief at school. Almost all of our girls are fond of adorning, especially rings and bracelets. Most of senior students wear watch and have cells. </li></ul>Junior students
  6. 6. Senior students
  7. 7. Girls’ and Women’s Adorning
  8. 8. Our Poll <ul><li>We took a simple poll at our schools to clear out </li></ul><ul><li>- how many boys prefer school uniform or sport style (jeans and blazers); </li></ul><ul><li>how many girls wear skirts or trousers or dresses.. </li></ul><ul><li>Here are the results: </li></ul>Girls’ poll Boys’ Poll
  9. 9. Our conclusion: <ul><li>During the training devoted to the National Fashion and its role in the development of the nation we found out that the national fashion is modernizing. The dress makers try to follow the national fashion, there are a lot of national elements in the modern clothes. The clothes of national fashion are usually made by the tailors. European clothes are bought at the shopping mall. Nevertheless the young part of the community prefer European style. </li></ul>Gulyakandoz ILC
  10. 10. The originality of clothes of local peoples was long since defined (determined) climatic, a conditions of life by traditions. In 19 century clothes (dressing, a dress, shirts) continued to keep features of archaism: wide, long, she(it) freely fell, hiding forms of a human body. The clothes differed uniformity: winter and years (summer), men, female and children's, she (it) was close under the form and a cut. The traditional national man's suit will consist of a warm quilted dressing gown - joma, tied up by a scarf, a headdress, and also a boot, executed of thin leather (skin). Men carried shirts of direct breed, the bottom. Internet Learning Center (Shakhrinav sch 18) The Tajik Clothes and Modern National Fashion
  11. 11. <ul><li>The dressing gown could be easy or warm, on cotton wool. On each side a dressing gown there were cuts (sections) for convenience at walking and sitting on a floor. The dressing gown - Joma usually tied with a scarf. The celebratory national suit differs from daily beauty and riches of used fabrics, embroideries, etc. The female national suit will consist of a dressing gown, a functional dress of simple breed from the khan - atlas, and wide trousers - the wide thin trousers narrowed below. </li></ul>Internet Learning Center (Shakhrinav sch 18)
  12. 12. <ul><li>The dressing gown could be easy or warm, on cotton wool. On each side a dressing gown there were cuts (sections) for convenience at walking and sitting on a floor. The dressing gown - Joma usually tied with a scarf. The celebratory national suit differs from daily beauty and riches of used fabrics, embroideries, etc. The female national suit will consist of a dressing gown, a functional dress of simple breed from the khan - atlas, and wide trousers - the wide thin trousers narrowed below. The headdress of the woman has consisted of three basic elements: a scarf and a turban. The celebratory female suit differs from daily good quality and beauty of fabrics from which it (he) is carried out. The children's clothes repeated forms of clothes of adults. Alongside with the general (common) features, the clothes of each area or a tribe had an originality expressing in the used fabric, the form of a cut, etc. </li></ul>Internet Learning Center (Shakhrinav sch 18)
  13. 13. Internet Learning Center (Shakhrinav sch 18)
  14. 14. Tajik Modern National Fashion and Foreign Fashion Graph
  15. 15. <ul><li>One of the most popular and everywhere widespread kinds of a national - applied art of Tajikistan always was headdress - firm or soft shapochka on a lining. Headdress became an integral part of the Tajik national suit, has come in a life and traditions of Tajik people. Headdress (from Turkic “Tyube&quot; the top, top) is a national headdress not only Tajik, but also other central - Asian peoples. Headdress differ on types: man's, female, children's, for old men. </li></ul>Tajik Headdress Internet Learning Center (Shakhrinav sch 18)
  16. 16. <ul><li>Women of advanced age do not carry this headdress. Nurseries headdress (Toki, kalapush, duppi) differ a variety and beauty of fabrics, brushes and balls, embroideries and abundance of amulets. The most widespread forms Tajik Headdress - tetrahedral, slightly cone-shaped. </li></ul>Internet Learning Center (Shakhrinav sch 18)
  17. 17. Tajik Zaru Zevar Internet Learning Center (Shakhrinav sch 18)
  18. 18. PREPARED BY: <ul><li>Project Group of Shakhrinav </li></ul><ul><li>ILC Manager: </li></ul><ul><li>Bahrullo Karakhonov </li></ul>

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