History of the clothes

  • 2010 BCE

    2010s

    2010s
    JAN 1, 2000
    Fashion 2000
    Chic-bourgeois
    Glamor and bright colors come back. Die Minimalism reborn feminine forms, tight, skins or fabrics with prints of python, crocodile or lizard. The characteristic of this era are the pants chupines.
  • 2000 BCE

    2000s

    2000s
    Important event: With the recession of the 90's, ostentation decreased and interest in ecologically and socially responsible clothing also began.
  • 1990 BCE

    1990s

    1990s
    mportant event: In 1970, women chose what to wear according to their own tastes and that is why so diverse trends appeared: extra short, short and extra long dresses. They were worn day or night, at which time, also opted for glamorous pants and bright.
  • 1980 BCE

    1980s

    1980s
    Important event: As the women began to look fit and athletic, the clothes were very comfortable and inspired by the gym like trousers, big printed shirts, sweatshirts and vests.
  • 1970 BCE

    1970s

    1970s
    Important event: In 1970, women chose what to wear according to their own tastes and that is why so diverse trends appeared: extra short, short and extra long dresses. They were worn day or night, at which time, also opted for glamorous pants and bright.
  • 1960 BCE

    1960s

    1960s
    Important event: The 50s were the moment in which the youth culture developed, and the 60s were the years in which adolescents expressed themselves freely.
  • 1950 BCE

    1950s

    1950s
    Important event: At the end of the Second World War, in many countries a new atmosphere of optimism and progress emerged, which has a great influence on the fashion of 1950. The war had hit many countries very hard, and as a consequence, look for well-being and stability. The new interests will focus on the family and progress and on economic and social stability.
  • 1940 BCE

    1940s

    1940s
    Important event: The Second World War caused an important detriment to Parisian fashion. Germany wanted to move to Paris or Berlin, Parisian haute couture, without success. After the war, a period of scarcity and rationing begins in everything and therefore in the textile. Orders are given in different countries that regulate the amount of fabric to be used in garments.
  • 1930 BCE

    1930s

    1930s
    Important event: The fashions of the 1920s remained for most of 1930, but by the end of that year the effects of the Great Depression began to affect the public, and a more conservative approach to fashion brought from the 1920s It was the decade of the tight silhouette, the curly hair, the very long eyebrows.
  • 1920 BCE

    1920s

    1920s
    Important event: The vote is granted to women, women become more independent, with more freedom of expression.
  • 1910 BCE

    1910s

    1910s
    Important event: June 28, 1914, World War I broke out, Coco realized that the new times demanded a much more sporty and functional style, adapted to the new circumstances. The first thing he did was to remove the corset from the women's suit to give the women more freedom of movement. Two years later he introduced the item in his collections, a fabric that nobody had used until then for haute couture but that delighted his clients.
  • 1900 BCE

    1900s

    1900s
    Important event: It is said that Poiret freed the woman from the corset and was called "The King of Fashion". Poiret opened his own firm in 1902. In 1908 he revived the Empire style, which was popular in France during the regime of Napoleon Bonaparte.
  • 1900 BCE

    THE CALLED SILHOUETTE "S" IS INTRODUCED.

    THE CALLED SILHOUETTE "S" IS INTRODUCED.
    A time when the canons of beauty imposed certain characteristics to look like ideal women. The century began with the so-called silhouette S by the corset that pushed the bust upwards, narrowed the waist and the skirt adjusted to the hips widened into a bell when it reached the ground. Tailor suits and cut with masculine influence also arise for women who are beginning to enter the working world. The dresses are long, covering the shoes.
  • 1600 BCE

    SUIT TO SPANISH 1600-1700s

    SUIT TO SPANISH 1600-1700s
    SUIT TO THE SPANISH. The European courts imitated the power that marked the guidelines, so it was said that you had to "dress the Spanish." With this expression was alluded to the dress, posture and idioms with which they took the pieces in Spain, as it gave the figure a rigidity, which gave a sense of haughtiness and the black color for sobriety. The garments that predominated the masculine wardrobe was the doublet and the short one, as far as the women predominated the use of the verdugado.
  • 1200 BCE

    La Moda En Tiempos Remotos 1200-1300

    La Moda En Tiempos Remotos 1200-1300
    In this part of the fashion timeline, we will talk about what was the dress of the middle ages and remote times.