The History of Fashion & Costume
The History of Fashion & Costume Fashion & Costume Costume has developed for thousands of years, the most obvious line of division is the male and female dress. The Greeks and the Romans wore tunics which are similar to skirts. In this period the garments would have a draped detail whether it is masculine or feminine. The fashion history on ancient Greece has been inspired by the Greek vases, pots and statues. The Greek and Romans would use fabrics like silk and linen. Ancient Egypt
Ancient Egypt is a very hot climate, the costumes were always white because white reflects the sun which is cooler to wear. The ancient Egyptian women with higher class wear wigs they could be made out of human hair or animal hair. They wore wigs because they had to protect there heads from the sun, they were also feminine for the upper class women and had unique styles such as beading and braiding that still goes on to this present day. Egyptian garments were a good quality for thousands of years the Egyptians woven cotton.
Animal skins were worn by the priest and pharaohs. Manufacturing the garments was mostly the women’s Job and mainly done at home, the workshops were run by the men. The important textile was linen which produced from flax. Haute Couture Haute couture is a French phrase for high fashion. Couture merman hand-made dress making sewing and needle work. Haute merman elegant and high. There are famous couture designers in France and are a huge success to this day such as Coco Channel, Christian Dior and Gucci.
Depending on the couture design house and the garment the couture item would start from EIA,OHO. A Channel couture suit in 2002 would have EYE,OHO by 2004 an evening dress would cost EYE,OHO or more. The reason why these garments are sky high is because of the name, originality of the unusual design and the finest quality in fabrics. Fashion Fashion reflects on peoples personality every human being has a different style. There are many different cultures in fashion where ever you go around the world the fashion sense maybe traditional. By Fidelity