fashion through time

  • 120

    from the first ice age n the year (120) to the year (200).

     from the first ice age n the year (120) to the year (200).
    The last ice age occurred 120,000 years ago, but the study suggests that humans began to wear clothes near the penultimate ice age 180,000 years ago. Modern humans appeared in the world 200,000 years ago, according to scientists. Although we must keep in mind that these remote calculations about the age of man and his evolution are often a kind of narrative refuted later, despite apparently being governed by a strict scientific method.
  • 170

    the first garment

     the first garment
    Clothing, one of the first technologies, vital for the expansion of humanity, was first used by the human being 170,000 years ago, according to David Reed from the Natural History Museum in Florida. Studying the relationship between lice and humans using DNA sequences, the researcher noted that 170,000 years ago, traditional hair lice began to diverge on clothes lice.
  • 172

    david reed ( the man who discovered in lice the first garment in humanity)

    david reed ( the man who discovered in lice the first garment in humanity)
    The research is the brainchild of David Reed, a researcher at the Florida Museum of Natural History, who specializes in mammals. For five years, he analyzed DNA sequences to calculate when they began to genetically diverge the parasites that become strong in human heads.
  • Feb 7, 999

    Fashion's history

    Fashion's history
    In Greece the linen, the wool and the cotton, and later the silk -proveniente of East-, with garments of rectangular pieces bordered by the four sides, without seam or hem, accompanied by fibulas and belts. The oldest dress was the exomis, a rectangular cloth attached to the left shoulder, knotted under the right arm and cinched by a belt. The peasants wore tanned skins or thick wool dresses, with a leather cap called kyné.
  • Jul 2, 1000

    Fashion Evolution

    Fashion Evolution
    The history of fashion begins with the appearance of Homo sapiens, which in principle was covered in skins of animals that hunted. In the Neolithic the human being already knows how to spin and weave, but the clothes he uses are pieces of small dimensions, which do not adapt to the body, although the first ornamental drawings appear in the form of friezes. In Egypt there are already vestiges of very elaborate garments, with linen being the main material for making fabrics.
  • Jan 1, 1001

    1001 year D.C

    1001 year D.C
    They wore rustic clothes with camisoles underneath them.
  • Jan 21, 1500

    1500 year D.C

    1500 year D.C
    They wore long robes and piles with bright and elegant colors
  • 1600 year

    1600 year
    His clothing changes a bit in terms of textures and styles, but it is still a long cut with many accessories.
  • middle Ages

     middle Ages
    The Germanic peoples who ended the Roman Empire introduced the practice of sewing clothes, and wore woolen garments, usually a short long-sleeved tunic, in Italy. In the thirteenth century vellux (velvet) appeared, and the production of furs increased. In the fourteenth century the shorts were shortened, which are now called high leggings, and over the shirt was worn a doublet, garment adjusted to the body that covered from the shoulders to the waist.4
  • 1701 year

    1701 year
    It is more formal clothing, has lace and accessories that give an elegant touch and / or mystery.
  • modern age

    modern age
    In the seventeenth century sober, austere forms prevailed by religious influence, cloth being the most used material, and silk only available to the upper classes. The doublet was transformed into a jacket, with the collar of lace ruffles starched, and the pants lengthened and came under some high boots. In France, the court of Louis XIV favored haute couture, beginning to dictate the evolution of fashion at European level In the sixteenth century the short shorts were like a blouse
  • century XVIII

    century XVIII
    In the eighteenth century the attire was similar to that of the previous century, with wide-sleeved shirts with ties and jackets, and knee-length and stockings. The jacket narrowed to the point of not being able to fasten, appearing the tailcoat. In the female suit, the "Watteau style" was given, with very voluminous skirts over crinoline, with large drapes in the form of folds and tail to the ground.
  • 1800 year

    1800 year
    His clothing is covered, lujubre, but is still very long and amputee.
  • century XIX

    century XIX
    In the nineteenth century the clothing was practically that of "modern" man: the tailcoat was shortened and widened, taking the shape of the current jacket; the trousers were broad at the top and narrowed to the ankle, the stripe appearing in front and behind; the coat was replaced by straight cut coats
  • century XX

    century XX
    In the twentieth century, men's fashion continued to be of English descent, while that of women was marked by French sewing. In general, the clothing has been simplified, the practical and utilitarian nature of the garments, as well as its sporting and urban aspect, becoming more relevant. In women's fashion, the skirts were shortened, the miniskirt appeared, and they started wearing pants like men, emerging fashion
  • 1901 year

    1901 year
    His clothing is in the same tones, but more straight, not so amputee.
  • 1910 year

    1910 year
    The dress changes a little, the dress is shorter, but without teaching too much.
  • 1920 year

    1920 year
    His style is more of a party or dance type.
  • 1940 year

    1940 year
    Dressed more elegant and without so many pieces of clothing, simply with accessories such as earrings, hats, gloves, etc ...
  • 1950 year

    1950 year
    At this time, they wore elegant dresses and shorter, apart without much fabric, and combined them with bags and hats, they also began using shoulder pads
  • 1960 year

    1960 year
    At this time, all the people wore black patent leather boots with skirts, dresses, etc ... and wore hats, two-piece suits, bags, etc ... and the haircuts were similar and fringed.
  • 1970 year

    1970 year
    It was already seen that women wore trouser suits, not just dresses or skirts, and along with vests or coats and hairstyles, they were revolutionizing women's style and fashion with clothes that men generally wore.
  • 1980 year

    1980 year
    We return to the dresses and skirts flowered and colorful, but we also incorporate everything that is denim
  • 1990 year

    1990 year
    Many colors were used on baggy, transparent pants and thin cloth. All people used phosphorescent colors or pastels, and the hairstyles were long and disheveled.
  • 2000 year

    2000 year
    He took a radical leap into time, using more tight clothes and giving more skin to be taught, whether in torn blouses or the same pants. Sleeveless blouses. Long, trimmed hair, almost always Chinese or hollow
  • 2010 year

    2010 year
    The nest was revolutionized and the colors began to mix, even so in a way according to the seasons. There was no distinction between pants or skirts, women or men. They carried large, colorful bags. Hairstyles of different shapes and hairstyles. Footwear from boots, tennis, sandals and closed and open shoes.
  • 2013 year

    2013 year
    You do not see much of the combinations and more in the stage of adolescence and young adults, even so it begins wearing thin sueters, pants of all colors, thin blouses with underwear that combine, all uncovered but with some modesty. hairstyles and footwear variants, depending on the weather and seasons.
  • 2019 year

    2019 year
    As usual every year, Pantone, the color identification, comparison and communication system, shares which tone will influence the most and will be the trend. For 2017 the chosen tone was the mysterious and transcendental Ultra-Violet. But in 2019 the king color will be the Living-Coral, a kind of light but bright orange.
    "We present the Pantone Color of the year 2019, PANTONE 16-1546 Living Coral (Coral Vivo), an animated and life affirming coral tint,