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It is a truism of the history of dress that decade-defining looks generally don’t congeal until quite late in the period they eventually come to represent. The miniskirts and Crayola colors of the 1960s, the power shoulders of the ’80s, the minimalism of the ’90s — all reached critical mass well into the midpoint of those eras, when whatever had been bubbling up in wardrobes and on sidewalks found its reflection in the wider world.
Berets were the “it” topper for fall runways in 2017, and it looks like it’s on the upswing for next year, too. And why not? They’re cute, super lightweight, easy to wear, and take any look from bland to bold.
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“It’s not a new phenomenon for women to want their kids to look well turned-out,” agrees Estelle Lee, editor in chief of parenting magazine Smallish. “But the fashion industry has adapted to make children a prime area for growth as our attitudes adapt and society becomes more child-centric. Whether it’s clothes, parties, after-school activities or education, it’s vital for parents to invest in their kids. Lives are busy, and there’s an expectation of return on investment with our children.”
Summer sun and fun requires some extra care for your hair. Heat, sweat, humidity, sun, salt and chlorine create special needs all their own; very different from the cold & dry of winter we just left behind. There’s nothing sexy about a greasy oil spill on your head. You need to tweak your shampooing routine […]
The no-stretch denim trend is in full swing, with consumers turning their eyes toward 100-percent cotton jeans and denim in 2018. Plus, if you’re looking to get on the capsule wardrobe train, timeless denim is a must-have.
It’s easy to feel a sense of nausea at such prices and at the idea that children, especially little girls, are being groomed to be future shoppers, though a Gucci bib is scarcely a prequel to a Gucci bag. But it’s also not a new concern, as writers and academics like Daniel T. Cook, an associate professor of childhood studies at Rutgers University, Camden, have observed.
Jump up ^ Stephania Lara (22 June 2010). “Mass market broached by high-end fashion”. The Prospector. College Media Network. Archived from the original (Article) on 2 November 2013. Retrieved 13 May 2012.
A pattern maker (or pattern cutter) drafts the shapes and sizes of a garment’s pieces. This may be done manually with paper and measuring tools or by using a CAD computer software program. Another method is to drape fabric directly onto a dress form. The resulting pattern pieces can be constructed to produce the intended design of the garment and required size. Formal training is usually required for working as a pattern marker.
What Did Women Wear in the 1940s? In a nutshell, 1940s women’s fashion was about creating a certain silhouette: wide padded shoulders, nipped in high waist tops, and A-line skirts that came down to the knee. This was the everyday shape for clothing, from suits to dresses. Even pants had a similar shape. 1940s fashions were all about the hour glass figure with broad shoulders, tiny waists and full hips. If you were not naturally an hour glass shape, the clothes were designed to help you achieve the look.
The Holiday 2015 issue of Bloomberg Pursuits. On Westbrook: Coat, cotton shirt, and poplin tie all by Givenchy, price upon request; El Primero 36,000 VPH watch by Zenith, $9,000; gold wedding band by Cartier, Westbrook’s own.
Andre Courreges was a French fashion designer who also began experimenting with hemlines in the early 1960s. He started to show space-age dresses that hit above the knee in late 1964. His designs were more structured and sophisticated than Quant’s design. This made the miniskirt more acceptable to the French public. His clothes represented a couture version of the “Youthquake” street style and heralded the arrival of the “moon girl” look.
Finally the suit jacket topped the outfit. Jackets were of the same materiel as the skirt but could be mismatched if that’s all you had. They had the same padded, wide shoulder, high neckline, and nipped in waist with only a slight flair at the bottom. The lower edge of the jacket came to mid hip length. Jackets were button down and featured a variety of lapel width, points and shapes. It wasn’t necessary to wear a blouse under a suit jacket but was often more comfortable. The bolero jacket was a nice, short, rounded edge jacket that was worn over a blouse. They rarely buttoned in front– preferring to hang open and show off the blouse. Sleeves were always long and narrow.
…because with parties, work events, and endless dinners you’re going to need some innovative tie options to keep things fresh. From your classic black skinny ties to pops of color on your bow tie, we’ve got you covered for all your tie dilemmas. Introducing “The Ultimate Men’s Tie Guide” for the winter 2018 season. […]
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If there is one hard-and-fast fashion rule that has applied to all first ladies of the modern era, it is to buy and wear American-made (or at least American-designed) clothing, even on the campaign trail. Jackie Kennedy’s official designer, Oleg Cassini, was a U.S. Army veteran. Nancy Reagan wore James Galanos, Bill Blass, Adolfo and Geoffrey Beene, often in patriotic “Reagan Red.” Barbara and Laura Bush lived in clothes by Dominican-American Oscar de la Renta and Arnold Scaasi, a Canadian-born New Yorker. Hillary Clinton’s pantsuits were by Ralph Lauren. Michelle Obama put her own spin on patriotic dressing, supporting young Seventh Avenue designers—often designers of color—rather than established industry stalwarts. (Another one of her innovations was mixing designer pieces with inexpensive basics from J. Crew and Gap—clothes any American woman could afford.)
Military technology has played an important role in the fashion industry. The camouflage pattern in clothing was developed to help military personal be less visible to enemy forces. A trend emerged in the 1960s and camouflage fabric was introduced to street wear. The camouflage fabric trend disappeared and resurfaced several times since then. Camouflage started to appear in high fashion by the 1990s. Designers such as Valentino, Dior and Dolce & Gabbana combined camouflage into their runway and ready-to-wear collections.
Description These 1922 boys play suits represent a variety of styles offered at the time. Featured styles include an Oliver Twist suit, Fancy style brown cassimere suit, Crompton Corduroy suit and a button to the neck style made of a practical dark drab corduroy, amongst others.
By senior year, Westbrook had sprouted to 6-foot-2, 180 pounds, and become the starting point guard. But he wasn’t heavily recruited by major schools. Only when UCLA lost its star shooting guard in the 2006 NBA draft did the school’s coach, Ben Howland, make a late scholarship offer that Westbrook accepted. Even then, he was a bit different. He chose “0” for his uniform number and studied fashion blogs and magazines. “In college, a lot of kids don’t do this,” he says, “but I enjoyed dressing up and going to class and getting good grades. Nobody paid much attention then.” They do now, though Westbrook would probably still spend an hour dressing before heading to a game, cycling through four or five outfits, even if they didn’t.
Description Bold flower prints and brightly contrasting stripes or plaids were the focus of girls fashion in 1967. Slim line jumpers and dresses were popular as well as pants-dresses and turtleneck tops.
The women’s liberation movement, Second wave feminism made the miniskirt became popular. Women had entered the workforce during World War II and many women soon found they craved a career and life outside the home. They wanted the same choices, freedoms, and opportunities that were offered to men.
During the darker years of the Bush administration, it struck me that the cut of most women’s clothing in retail fashion inventories eerily evoked Rosemary’s Baby. It was all baby-doll dresses and little pastel blouses with Peter Pan collars and smocking over the collarbones. Child-women were infantilized and bowed up until they resembled decorative, virginal Easter eggs. All the high heels seemed to evaporate from department stores in favor of quiet little ballet shoes that might enable a wife to tiptoe out of the dining room so that the men, freshly cigared, could talk like grownups.
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The solution: turn them 90 degrees. The vertical stripe is officially menswear’s new go-to pattern. Seen on everything from bombers to field jackets at the global fashion weeks, there’s no denying that it was one seriously stripey season. In real life, you’re aiming for Armie Hammer’s effortless Call My By Your Name wardrobe – but take it too far and you’re one half of Bananas In Pyjamas.
Look as incredible as you feel in clothing for women from Old Navy, always made from high quality materials. Comfort adds to confidence. Expect these expertly tailored garments to hold up to your active life. From soft and breathable materials like cotton and French terry, to warmer denim and wool blends, you’ll love spending the day in this comfortable apparel. Choose from bright colors to subdued earth tones, and from eye catching graphic tees to brilliant patterns and prints. Great clothes start with an inspired idea and a roll of incredible fabric.
In 2018, we predict you’ll see floral…and lots of it. Especially mixed-matched patterns of bright and bold floral. The key to pulling off this intimidating trend? Find pieces that share similar color tones.
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Mix and match pieces for unique outfit creations that capture each child’s unique personality. The versatility of every item makes them great additions to every child’s clothing collection. Children’s clothing from Gap features fun and cozy items, great for all-day wear. The vibrant colors and playful patterns of our children’s shirts, shorts, and outerwear allow you to create many different fun combinations. Kids clothes from Gap are designed to give plenty of room to grow, so you can continue to find new ways to mix and match your favorite pieces. It is fun to find kids clothing from Gap, which parents and kids both enjoy.
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Description These exhibit the latest style of fall and winter tweed suits for boys in 1928. Almost of the models included an extra pair of bloomers. The top left image was made all wool blue serge, while the top right featured brown tweed. All featured a double breasted coat, the most popular style at the time.