Fashion; 1910-2000

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  • the Beginng of a new era

    the Beginng of a new era
    During the early years of the 1910s the fashionable silhouette became much more lithe, fluid and soft than in the 1900s. When the Ballets Russes performed Scheherezade in Paris in 1910, a craze for Orientalism ensued. The couturier Paul Poiret was one of the first designers to translate this vogue into the fashion world. Paul Poiret also devised the first outfit which women could put on without the help of a maid. Simple felt hats, turbans, and clouds of tulle replaced the styles of headgear pop
  • Lighter and Brighter

    Lighter and Brighter
    1920's Dresses were lighter and brighter and shorter than ever before. Fashion designers played with fabric colors, textures and patterns to create totally new styles of dress. Hemlines rose for most of the decade but dropped slightly toward the end. Shoes and stockings assumed a greater prominence now that they were more visible. Silk stockings in all the colors of the rainbow, often with patterns, were designed to match the coordinated outfits of stylish women.
  • Its all about Art Deco

    Its all about Art Deco
    The slim, willowy look of this dress is pure 1930s,but you'll notice that the skirt flares a bit and is not as longas earlier skirts from this decade. The 1930’s was all about Art Deco
  • The slim fit

    The slim fit
    The 1940s was a wonderful time for women’s clothing, showcasing femininity and flair. A 1940s vintage dress has beautiful detailing and a timeless shape that looks great on any body size and shape. These dresses were slim fitting, but not tight, with beautiful necklines and flowing materials that work wonderfully for night-time affairs. The vintage look of the 1940s is sexy as well as glamorous, and coveted by movie stars, royalty, and fashionistas alike. Less formal 1940s attire includes
  • The Poodle skirt

    The Poodle skirt
    A poodle skirt is a wide swing felt skirt of a solid bright bold color (often pink and powder blue) displaying a design appliquéd or transferred to the fabric.[1] The design was often a coiffed French poodle. Later substitutes for the poodle patch included flamingos, flowers, and hot rod cars.[2] Hemlines were to the knee or just below it.The skirt originated in the 1950s in the United States, designed by Juli Lynne Charlot.[3][4] It quickly became very popular with teenage girls, who wore them
  • Monroe's reign

    Monroe's reign
    1950s fashion, like all fashion, reflected the fears and aspirations of its time. Two decades of deprivation and struggle were relieved by the threat of global nuclear war. Wartime restrictions and rations were removed, disappearing for most by the mid-1950s; in America, and parts of Europe, a new prosperity blossomed out of the ashes. Like Marilyn Monroe. She was a huge fashion idol in the fiftys. M
  • Say hello to flares

    Say hello to flares
    Youth predominated the culture of the 1960's. The post World War II Baby Boom had created 70 million teenagers for the sixties, and these youth swayed the fashion, the fads and the politics of the decade.
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