History of the Clothes

  • 20,000 BCE


    20000years before Christ
  • 5000 BCE


    10.000 A 5000 AC

    When the glaciers disappeared, the primitive man looked for more temperate climates, reason why it began to use the wool of some animal like the sheep and the cabin for the confection of weaves. The carved wooden loom was invented.
    Beginning in agriculture as far as vegetables are concerned. The groups of families were shaping the first cities. Women paint their faces and use ivory bracelets.
  • 4000 BCE


    Popular costumes: shenti, cloth cinched at the waist with leather belt. Fabric according to the social hierarchy.
    Nobility: on the shenti a transparent linen tunic called kalasyris. Ornamented in the outline with gold and rhinestones such as turquoise, coral, ebony and tortoiseshell.
    Feminine: long skirt with high waist with two straps. Short coat covering the shoulders. The servants were naked.
    Footwear: for special occasions. Sandals of vegetal fibers, braided leather and papyrus.
  • 2500 BCE

    SUMERIES (2500 BC)

    SUMERIES (2500 BC)
    They wore skins of sheep and goats.
    The man wears a skirt sectioned horizontally, held by an embroidered belt.
    The king uses the costumes in a long way, the priests under the knee and the men of the village let see the left leg up to the knee.
    The women wore an embroidered tunic with fringes widening on the ground, a shawl enhanced with metallic embroidery. The short sleeve at the height of the elbow and the neckline held by a pearl
  • 2105 BCE

    BABYLON (2105 BC)

    BABYLON (2105 BC)
    Wool and linen weaver industry, most common wool.
    The dress: tunic of straight size and fringed edges, long or short, is called candys, and an embroidered shawl of different dimensions.
    Men and women wore the same clothes, only that the women's shawls were wider with various artistically designed embroideries.
    Tassels and fringes were used. Red, azulez and green colors, as well as purple for the kings
  • 1700 BCE

    (1700 A.C.) Old age

    (1700 A.C.)  Old age
    Male suit: loincloth of light cloth, thick fabric or leather, fastened with a gold, silver or bronze band. Long hair with wool hats and flat and round hat. Half leather boots with straps.
    Female suit: skirt fastened with a metal belt covered with an apron. Bodice open to the waist and tied under the breasts. Naked forearms with tight or cupped sleeves. Footwear similar to that of men.
    Very luxurious jewelry: rings, bracelets and necklaces for both.
  • 400 BCE

    Siglo VI A.C.

    Siglo VI A.C.
    The typical garment was a tunic of wool, yarn or silk imported from the Far East, which fit the body and had wide sleeves. The king used purple color. They usually wore the tunic held with a belt. It appears the use of the underwear and the embroidery of application, technique that was introduced in Europe after the Crusades.
    They wore flexible shoes in yellow leather and anatomically, tied to the ankles with straps and buttons.
  • 100 BCE


    100.000 A 10.000AC The first clothes made of natural elements appear like skins, hair of animals, leaves, bones and shells.
    The man covered his body with skins like loincloths, which were fastened with strips of rawhide; It was adorned with necklaces made with the nails and the teeth of the animals that it hunted for its sustenance, as well as snails,
    that threading in thin strips
  • 10 BCE

    PERIODO MESOLITICO (10.000 a 5.000 A.C.)

    PERIODO MESOLITICO (10.000 a 5.000 A.C.)
    PERIODO MESOLITICO (10.000 a 5.000 A.C.) Al desaparecer los glaciares, el hombre primitivo buscó climas más templados, por lo que comenzó a utilizar la lana de algunos animales como la oveja y la cabra para la confección de tejidos. Se inventó el telar de madera tallada.
  • 100

    (Siglo I A.C

     (Siglo I A.C
    The dress consisted of a tunic that men wore to the knees and women to the feet; as well as a fine toga in summer and thick in winter. The only color admitted was white, which was bleached with sulfur vapors. Only the magistrates and the priests could use strips of purple and the young colored stripes, because they attributed to them sacred character. All the garments were embellished with embroidery in gold threads. Linen, wool, cotton and natural silk were used.
  • 476

    middle Ages siglo v xv

     middle Ages siglo v  xv
    The majority of the population lived in the countryside, and the attire employed was called brial.
    The woman wore a double tunic to her feet, a cloak with a brooch in the center, and a veil covering her head to show herself in public.
    The man, an inner shirt, over it a short tunic, covered the legs with the trousers up to the thigh and a cloak sometimes with hood.
    Fashion from the end of the XII to the XVI: gayadura. (combine different bright colors in the same garment)
  • Jan 1, 1400

    desde el siglo XV hasta fines del siglo XVIII.

     desde el siglo XV hasta fines del siglo XVIII.
    Luxury fabrics such as velvet, brocade, damask, lace and silk were used.
    The wool, linen and cotton were for daily clothing.
    The style "Acuchillado" was popularized, leaving visible the lining of the garment or a different fabric underneath.
    Rectangular shapes in the garb of the man and hourglass for the woman.
    Use of the handkerchief, the fan and the gorget. More details about The Renaissance
  • MAY 15, 1900 SIGLO XX

    MAY 15, 1900 SIGLO XX
    Designers of the period The century begins with the corset that narrowed the waist and the skirt fitted to the hips in the shape of a bell.
    Tailor suits and cut with masculine influence for women who join the working world.
    The dresses are long, covering the shoes, the feathers and the lace make furor in big hats with infinity of adornments.
    Fashion was only followed by the English and French upper classes
  • JAN 1, 2000 SIGLO XXI

    JAN 1, 2000 SIGLO XXI
    brands and styles to each of these "tribes". (punk, emo)
    The suit and the classic dresses are worn only on special occasions and to work in exclusive environments or for the client.
    The costumes and dresses of luxury brands are again custom-made and paid for exclusivity. 21st century fashion