Fashion Through the Decades

  • 1920s

    The beginning of current fashion may be seen in the 1920s. Coco Chanel made her mark on the fashion world, and the world at large, throughout this decade.
  • 1930s

    In the 1930s, full-length, long skirts dominated the fashion scene, and hemlines that had recently gone up dropped back down. The bias cut was a common method for constructing attractive gowns, and it was evident in many of the garments.
  • 1940s

    The 1940s brought back shorter skirts, bringing the hemline of the previous decade up to date once more. The emphasis on the shoulders, which grew large with puffed thin sleeve heads, was a defining feature. Christian Dior transformed this era with his New Look, which included billowing skirts, tight waists, extra fabric, big flowing skirts, and so on.
  • 1950s

    Throughout the 1950s, Dior's New Look was maintained while updating. The skirts were no longer flowing, though they were still rather wide, and the materials were no longer as thick and opulent. The 1950s, on the other hand, we're all about brilliant colors. The hourglass body was still trendy, and most dresses featured high waistlines and tight tops with flared out skirts to emulate it.
  • 1960s

    The 1960s had a dynamic style change from the previous decades. This was the era of the Youthquake, music, culture, and fashion movement that represented youth, vibrancy, and spirit. During this time, Mary Quant invented the mini skirt, so it became very prevalent especially among young people, as well as jumpsuits.
  • 1970s

    In the 1970s, fashion became a vehicle for making statements and expressing opinions. In the 1970s, an anti-fashion political statement was made, and women began to dress according to their moods, resulting in a more unpredictable style era.
  • 1980s

    The bright color trend persisted throughout the 1980s, but the hues were considerably brighter. New textiles that appear like silk (satin) and wool with flexibility were launched, as well as oversized and bodycon trends. Women utilized gold, diamonds, pearls, sequins, beautiful linens, and other luxurious materials in their clothing and accessories to project an appearance of affluence.
  • 1990s

    During the development of engineered printing in the 1990s, logomania was introduced. Various corporate logos began to emerge on graphic t-shirts, whether it was a clothing firm, such as Calvin Klein, or a pop culture brand, such as a band's emblem. Furthermore, with a basic color palette, the design was quite relaxed and pleasant. A classic 90s ensemble, for example, is a casual white t-shirt with boy buddy denim.
  • 2000s

    The 2000s were a mash-up of fashion, thus they weren't very progressive. Many various eras and influences, such as global and ethnic trends, molded the 00s. Hip hop and street style evolved in tandem with the influx of new rap and hip hop performers. The 00s weren't really a terrific fashion decade, in my opinion. As we look back on the trends, many of them make us cringe: track suits, exposed midriffs, trucker hats, colorful skinny jeans, and so on.
  • 2010s

    Fast fashion was quite popular in the 2010s, with brands like Forever 21, H&M, and others. Due to quick fashion, trends tend to come in and out every few months, if not a number of weeks. When it comes to high fashion, however, the decade of the 2010s has truly advanced and transformed it.