The 10 Dresses That Made The History Of Fashion (Part I)

Schiaparelli, Dior, Donna Karan and many other designers have changed the history of fashion thanks to your creativity.

There have been many changes in sexy silhouettes, from the Gibson girl at the beginning of 1900, aristocratic features, with nose and small mouth and very well dressed, back pin-up until the sensitive.

1-Flappers Dresses

According to ethnicityology, the flapper dress was used in the year of 1920 that referred to a new lifestyle of young women who wore short skirts, did not use bodice, wore a special haircut also called Bob cut, listening to Jazz music. The sensitive wore too much makeup, drank liquor, smoked, drove, often at high speed, which at the time was a challenge to the law or contrary to what was considered socially correct.

In the United States, from the first moment that associated fashion flapper shoes needles came from brothels.

Beyond that normally one thinks, the sensitive ended the corsets that “improved” their “needs”. Ironically, in spite of your provocative image, rather than using the wiki to enhance your curves, narrow waist, bust and hips. The sensitive wore the corsets to mold a figure without forms, reducing breasts and hips, giving a child image and flimsy. The corset, which they wore to the start of the leg, they used alloy straps to hold the black or white silk stockings.

2-New Look Of Dior

During World War II, the fabric to make clothes was rationed, and the clothes were prepared with minimal material. After the war, wanted clothes that leave more feminine and desired. The designers went back to the styles of 30 years, but the environment in which they found, were criticized as extravagant and irrelevant.

On 12 February 1947, Christian Dior presented your first collection, your line “Corolle” (named as a reference to the Crown or ring of petals of a flower), renamed New Look by Carmel Snow, the editor of Harper’s Bazaar, at the end of the parade said revolution, baby, your dresses have launched a
New Look (new style)

It was a very feminine collection, with padded shoulders, waists and long skirts and wide set. He represented a dramatic change during the post-cold war era.

Dior known by your excessive use of fabric. For its first, were needed about 9 metres of fabric. Then, later, to use up to 70 meters of fabric for refined designs that eliminated the bulk at the waist.

3–The Artistic Dress

The great visionary, Italian designer Schiaparelli, during the mid-20th century signed creations more eccentric and innovative fashion of your time. Who does not know the shoe-shaped hat or dress with a lobster?

Schiaparelli, the “Lady” of Italian fashion was the first to use the art in fashion. Met the surrealist Man Ray and Marcel Duchamp. His original creations they lured the surrealists, who worked with her, to perform such unforgettable but also impossible. Eastern-inspired dresses, bright colors, fine fabrics … Schiaparelli was not known for discretion, but rather by your eccentricity.

With Dalí made the legendary lobster dress and hat. The celebrities of the time (Marlene Dietrich, Wallis Simpson, Mae West…) have become regular customers.

As the designers of today, also had your own perfume line. Was the inspiration for Jean Paul Gaultier for their fragrances.

The Chanel Suit

There are many examples of timeless symbols in the history of fashion, Chanel as your suit. The reasons for this success are the perfect elegance and practicality, not at random, but rather the result of an obsession of your Creator, who never stopped studying the “perfect suit”.

After many years of experimentation, he was able to conclude all their costumes perfectly: Collar, no collar, pockets etc, but always with silk lining with matching blouse, jewels, buttons on jewelry and the perfect cut.

Between the end of the years 50 and 60, the Chanel suit was one of the symbols of bourgeois chic women who could be found throughout the Western world, and associated with the image of a strong, smart, independent, and modern. During this period, the suit became “an indispensable element, and that every American woman should have in your wardrobe, the only piece of clothing fits every moment of the day”.

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