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what iconic fashion trends have we had in the last about 100yrs please?

tatemze Avatar
5y, 5m agoPosted 5 years, 5 months ago
Iv tried googling and i just keep getting results about recent designers, which isnt what I want. I need 6 different ones that are pretty distinctive. so far iv got the 60's mod style(mini dress and knee high platform boots) and flapper girl. oh im interested in female fashion, not male. thankyou very much
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5y, 5m agoPosted 5 years, 5 months ago
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banned 2 Likes #1
plz do me homwork 4 me

k thx

lol
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flares and boho hippy chic, 80's lycra
banned#4
Ladies bras
banned#5
A shoe
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http://t3.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcQiulgFHoK31LzdR8uO0GMoOPz3rNq8aMTwREI3hvvqpl-fr9K5ww
#7
dogging
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http://t2.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcS4NXcXjJ42yH82CE-HOXK_xafCmRMcbM_XBsQJz15IZN0vxWOn
#9
Naturism
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punk (ala choc- she looks like skunk anasie in my dreams hehehe)
hippy
power dressing (80's or 90's not sure, yuppie era)
quite hard actually not to say 60's 70's etc
#11
ahh i didnt think of punk (would that be 70's or 80's, wiki is contradicting itself abit)
and hippy (was that in the 60's aswel)
flares, awesome, (70's?)

dj1, i am so overwhelmed by your helpful input i may combust :)

Edited By: tatemze on Jun 14, 2011 21:52
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Hot pants
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choc1969
http://t3.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcTACP8Kt1Q0UjWqEvTI3A-Rz0fesD15dI4rNduBchMI6h69bvJZNg


choc1969
http://t3.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcQiulgFHoK31LzdR8uO0GMoOPz3rNq8aMTwREI3hvvqpl-fr9K5ww


choc1969
http://t2.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcS4NXcXjJ42yH82CE-HOXK_xafCmRMcbM_XBsQJz15IZN0vxWOn


wow am I in tune or what
#14
michelleleemoo
punk (ala choc- she looks like skunk anasie in my dreams hehehe)
hippy
power dressing (80's or 90's not sure, yuppie era)
quite hard actually not to say 60's 70's etc


power dressing, i have never heard of that

when were massive shoulder pads in, what style would that fit in?

Edited By: tatemze on Jun 14, 2011 21:53
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Punk was 1976 - 79, was replaced by new romanticism.
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michelleleemoo
punk (ala choc- she looks like skunk anasie in my dreams hehehe)
hippy
power dressing (80's or 90's not sure, yuppie era)
quite hard actually not to say 60's 70's etc


and I followed all of those trends lol

punk was late 70s and still going strong

don;t get me started on the afro and curly perm of the 80s oO
1 Like #17
Hoodies in 90's/00's
#18
tomwatts
Hoodies in 90's/00's


yes i think ill avoid that horrible trend

hehe, iv seen my mum with the curly perm of the 80's :|
#19
tomwatts
Hoodies in 90's/00's


i still wear zip hoodies all the time.

oh fashion.. thats me out.
#20
80's goth

and as above all the other suggestions i would of made
2 Likes #21
If you want foreign fashion trends you might wanna research Bukkake. It's Japanese.
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tatemze
michelleleemoo
punk (ala choc- she looks like skunk anasie in my dreams hehehe)
hippy
power dressing (80's or 90's not sure, yuppie era)
quite hard actually not to say 60's 70's etc


power dressing, i have never heard of that

when were massive shoulder pads in, what style would that fit in?


that is power dressing
#23
Rubisco
If you want foreign fashion trends you might wanna research Bukkake. It's Japanese.


just english, im just gonna throw a quick project together to put in my portfolio for the end of the week, its a stamps brief to celebrate english fashion, for some reason I just couldnt think of any key trends. but it may be interesting to look at in future :)

oh my gosh, how naive am i....just googled it, glad this is my own personal lappy oO

Edited By: tatemze on Jun 14, 2011 22:03
#24
michelleleemoo
tatemze
michelleleemoo
punk (ala choc- she looks like skunk anasie in my dreams hehehe)
hippy
power dressing (80's or 90's not sure, yuppie era)
quite hard actually not to say 60's 70's etc


power dressing, i have never heard of that

when were massive shoulder pads in, what style would that fit in?


that is power dressing


oh, i googled power dressing and it didnt mention big shoulder pads. ha awesome, think iv got enough to go on now :) big thankyou everyone
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http://www.esto.es/rock/images/Tedsman.gif
#26
hotukdeals succesfully starts and completes another persons homework!
#27
tatemze
Rubisco
If you want foreign fashion trends you might wanna research Bukkake. It's Japanese.


just english, im just gonna throw a quick project together to put in my portfolio for the end of the week, its a stamps brief to celebrate english fashion, for some reason I just couldnt think of any key trends. but it may be interesting to look at in future :)


If you haven't got time now just ask your teacher if you can stand in front of the class and Google it
#28
Plum
http://www.esto.es/rock/images/Tedsman.gif


oh im interested in female fashion, not male

soz
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http://3.bp.blogspot.com/-fm0jAwe4I6w/TcqWVu22cXI/AAAAAAAAAKI/tnvUr82qIFQ/s1600/Women+in+the+1920s+-+Flat+Rock+Org.jpg
#30
sancho1983
tatemze
Rubisco
If you want foreign fashion trends you might wanna research Bukkake. It's Japanese.


just english, im just gonna throw a quick project together to put in my portfolio for the end of the week, its a stamps brief to celebrate english fashion, for some reason I just couldnt think of any key trends. but it may be interesting to look at in future :)


If you haven't got time now just ask your teacher if you can stand in front of the class and Google it


haha, please see edited post 23 :)

it isnt homework btw its a personal brief, im 25, just finished my degree and just trying to fill out my portfolio, its my idea, my drawings, my work, im just asking about information on a subject, whats the difference really between asking google and asking people , apart from generally, people are more helpful
#31
Plum
http://3.bp.blogspot.com/-fm0jAwe4I6w/TcqWVu22cXI/AAAAAAAAAKI/tnvUr82qIFQ/s1600/Women+in+the+1920s+-+Flat+Rock+Org.jpg


iv already done flapper, i love this style, especially some of the amazing beading dresses some of them wear. thanku thow :)
1 Like #32
michelleleemoo
Plum
http://www.esto.es/rock/images/Tedsman.gif

oh im interested in female fashion, not male

soz

Same fashion movement.

http://bettyswallow.files.wordpress.com/2011/01/teddy1.jpg?w=400&h=391
1 Like #33
50's ...think Grease. Poodle skirts, capri pants ankle socks. The start of rock and roll when kids started to style themselves on music idols.
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Jeans must be one of the biggest, when i was a teenager we were constantly ridiculed by adults pf the day that we were wearing overalls to go out in. Quite how they changed from farm labourer work wear to must have fashion items Iam not sure but it could be a project on its own
#35
queenlush
50's ...think Grease. Poodle skirts, capri pants ankle socks. The start of rock and roll when kids started to style themselves on music idols.


well, i did not expect poodle skirts to actually be full skirts with pictures of poodles on

this is actually really interesting, i can see me getting to distracted and not actually getting any drawing done.
thanks again everyone. apart from post 21 oO
#36
Oh and its London fashion week by the way. All our Uni students have been catwalking all their years collection that they have designed and sewed themselves. Maybe that's why it's a subject for you.

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