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FM 3336 Test 2
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Mail order catalogs
An alternative for underwear became available, which combined drawers and chemise into one garment.
Corset covers of the period
sleeve that is full and loose on the upper arm but close-fitting on the forearm and wrist.
encouraged a rejection of the current bustle fashions in favor of what its proponents called a "Medieval" look.
Based on stylization of nature found in Japanese prints.
Design motifs appeared in jewelry, as patterns in textiles, and were reflected in the s-shape curves of garments at the turn of the Century...
made with a sack jacket and first worn in the 1880's.
is a type of formal overcoat, with long open sleeves, in day or evening variations
The right of citizens of the United States to vote shall not be denied or abridged by the United States or by any State on account of sex.
Married when he was 21 and she was 18
Had many mistresses including Alice Keppel whose great granddaughter Camilla Parker Bowles was mistress (and later wife) of Edward's great grandson, Prince Charles
The white cotton or linen dress, ornamented with tucks, ruffles, and lace, resembled the frilly lingerie of the period
Characteristics of Edwardian women's dress
somewhat higher waistlines and more slender skirts
abandonment of the corset as an indispensable garment of fashionable women.
Introduced by Paul Poiret
a skirt with a narrow enough hem to significantly impede the wearer's stride. It was a short-lived fashion trend that peaked between 1908 and 1914
Came to Paris to work for Worth
Worth brothers did not agree with his direction
Left to start his own line
Did away with the corset
Introduced Hobble skirts
Created by Fortuny
The Delphos gown was a finely pleated silk dress
made of linen worn to protect clothing
Fashions from World War I soldiers
Clothing became more practical.
Skirts shortened and widened, clothing became less encumbering as women took on more tasks usually done by men.
Both day time and evening dresses were shorter and fuller.
Usually dark in color with dark blue most popular
Knickers, knee socks and knitted sweaters worn
Sweaters worn primarily by working class men
Trench coat (Credited to Thomas Burberry) worn by British officers in WWI
Chemical finish made jacket water repellent
Wristwatches also popular due to driving and the need for quick reference
No time for pocket watches on chains when driving
Haircut short like men
First time people can wear lipstick in public.
Fashionable young women
Robe de Style
An alternative silhouette available to women
was inspired by wide-skirted Spanish styles of the early 1600s, and originated by designer Jeanne Lanvin.
-Cubism, geometric form, simplification of space
-Made things that streamline
-Inspired by Cubism and the Machine Age
-In post WWI, skirts almost to ankles
-Not a design movement
-Inspired by Freud's new subconscious mind
Was influential in developing the simple styles of the period.
Moved to Paris after WW1.
Designed clothes for movie
Goodrich company was the first one to call "hookless fasteners" zippers
Close fitting hat that many women wore over their short hair.
Short hair cut
cut layered short in back like men's
The Stock Market Crash of 1929
-apprentice in dressmaker's shop at 13 → Made garment with biased cut
-Designed Fabric so that it would hang loosely, and drape in the most natural way
-Worked eventually for important couture designers (Callot Soeurs and later Doucet)
-Styles considered too basic for designers she worked for
-Left before WWI to set up her own shop
-Didn't become successful until 1920's
-Utilized diagonal direction of cloth which allowed stretch and drape that accentuated the form of the body
-Most popular in the 30's
-Retired in 1939 (lived until 1975)
-was know for her dramatic flair and her use of surrealist motifs.
Italian designers who worked in Paris during 30's
-Use of color and dramatic effects widely praised
-Merry Widow film with Jeanette McDonald
-Elsa rival of Chanel's in Hollywood
-Involve in Hollywood
-Dress in unique thing, more extravagant: Lobster dress, shocking pink, shoe hat
-refers in text to casual styles, leisure or informal
-Clothing for active sport playing different
-Influenced by the things you would wear to places
-Stocking made of flesh tones with seams up back
-Short Ankle socks were worn by young girls
English Drape suit
-Drape suit wide at shoulders, fitted at hips
-Fitted comfortably over shoulders and chest due to fullness
-By the late 1930's, a full cut
White Linen suit
Worn by wealthy men of the 1930's
Worn during sports and leisure time
Polo shirts adopted
"Plus Fours" were fuller versions of knickers, worn with sport jacket and often argyle socks
was adopted in some urban areas
Coats took on styles of suits
Some new features of the period included zip-in linings
set style for trousers during 1920's.
entered fashion around 1938.
Flights to Hawaii was first introduced. Only took 18hours
Started to make a bold statement
Saved fabrics by eliminating trouser cuffs, extra pockets, vests with double-breasted suits
Regulated width of skirt hems, length of men's suit jackets and trousers
Wedding dresses and burial gowns exempt
Women recycled out of fashion clothing and textile scraps into new clothing for themselves and their families
Shoes made of leather were diverted for military use
Nylon (introduced in World's Fair of 1939) diverted for military use
Wool and silk scarce
Natural rubber unavailable for civilian use
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