§130.93. Fashion Design TEKS 10(A) analyze the nature and scope of fashion by (ii) demonstrating knowledge of fashion history relative to current fashions. #FS4703

History of Fashion

§130.93. Fashion Design TEKS 10(A) analyze the nature and scope of fashion by (ii) demonstrating knowledge of fashion history relative to current fashions. #FS4703

Gibson Girl - early 1900s Gibson Girl was the first national beauty standard for American women. Her neck was thin and her hair piled high upon her head in the contemporary bouffant, pompadour, and chignon ("waterfall of curls") fashions. The statuesque, narrow-waisted ideal feminine figure was portrayed as being at ease and stylish. She was a member of upper class society, always perfectly dressed in the latest fashionable attire appropriate for the place and time of day.

Gibson Girl - early 1900s Gibson Girl was the first national beauty standard for American women. Her neck was thin and her hair piled high upon her head in the contemporary bouffant, pompadour, and chignon ("waterfall of curls") fashions. The statuesque, narrow-waisted ideal feminine figure was portrayed as being at ease and stylish. She was a member of upper class society, always perfectly dressed in the latest fashionable attire appropriate for the place and time of day.

A tranformation for the waist style introduced by designer Paul Poiret; from S shape in the left side to R shaple in the right side. It released the women waist, make them more confortable but not loosing their femiline look

A tranformation for the waist style introduced by designer Paul Poiret; from S shape in the left side to R shaple in the right side. It released the women waist, make them more confortable but not loosing their femiline look

Two-piece walking dress in wine-colored faille, Italian manufacture, c. 1900, at the Pitti Palace Costume Gallery. Via Europeana Fashion.

Two-piece walking dress in wine-colored faille, Italian manufacture, c. 1900, at the Pitti Palace Costume Gallery. Via Europeana Fashion.

Evening dress Design House: House of Paquin (French, 1891–1956) Designer: Mme. Jeanne Paquin (French, 1869–1936) Date: 1904 Culture: French Medium: silk

Evening dress Design House: House of Paquin (French, 1891–1956) Designer: Mme. Jeanne Paquin (French, 1869–1936) Date: 1904 Culture: French Medium: silk

Around 1905 | Late Edwardian clothing had a lot in common with Natural Form era (1875-1883) clothing. This dress is a great example!

Around 1905 | Late Edwardian clothing had a lot in common with Natural Form era (1875-1883) clothing. This dress is a great example!

Can you imagine seeing this walk the red carpet?  Stunning! Evening dress Date: 1902 Culture: French Medium: silk, sequins Dimensions: [no dimensions available] Credit Line: Gift of Miss Irene Lewisohn, 1937

Can you imagine seeing this walk the red carpet? Stunning! Evening dress Date: 1902 Culture: French Medium: silk, sequins Dimensions: [no dimensions available] Credit Line: Gift of Miss Irene Lewisohn, 1937

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