HISTORY OF STYLE. COLOUR DOES MATTER: WHITE White clothing has always been associated with the future. The society of the future is often depicted in white tones and people of the future are depicted suspiciously resembling ancient Grees in white togas. White futuristic costumes, white long gowns down to the floor, white robes, and splendid […]
HISTORY OF STYLE. COLOUR DOES MATTER: BLUE The colour blue in all cultures always signified always the same thing: peacefulness, life, and serenity. In ancient Egypt, the colour blue symbolized initially truth. Mummies were wrapped in blue coloured clothing. The wigs of gods, pharaohs, and queens were depicted on frescos of that time in blue. […]
HISTORY OF STYLE COLOUR DOES MATTER: BLACK In the modern world, where many customs and traditions have become a thing of the past, the colour of clothing has lost its original role. Yes, some traditions are still maintained, like wearing a white wedding dress or wearing a black suit to some official ceremony. However, even […]
STYLE HISTORY – WOMEN’S BUSINESS SUIT The woman’s business suit emerged at the end of the 19th century, although it all started a little bit earlier. Middle class women, having made space for themselves among men in intellectual work, or, more precisely, having won for themselves a small portion of the sector on proof that […]
VINTAGE CLOTHING: 1940S -1960S STYLE DRESS AND CLOTHING
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