Clothing

Costume – College Essay

The costume is very important for setting the scene as it shows the time it was set in. An example of this is ‘Late Flowering Lust’ by Matthew Bourne because the costumes were all 1930’s style. It sets the scene for the whole dance as the 1930’s costume and props stayed in that style throughout […]

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Clothes Can Tell Many Things About a Person

Nowadays, people are more and more concerned about their appearances, especially clothing fashions because many people think that clothes are indications of a person’s personality and characteristics, as well clothes help us to be more confident and attractive when we appear in front of others. Consequently, I believe we can learn a great deal about […]

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Corsets and There Image

Corsets were typically use it the 1800 and progressed in the 1900, mostly use to disguise ones figures now in the 21st century women use girdles for the same purpose. Siri Hustvedt author of “Eight Days in a corset, explains her experience in a corset, she was an extra in a film the “Washington Square. […]

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Fashion Impact of the Recession

The clothing sector has survived the recession, with the market growing 1.4% in 2009 to £41.3 billion and by an estimated 1.5% in 2010 to £41.9 billion. While growth was limited due to weakened consumer spending, sales remained in positive territory. Mintel looks at what consumers’ attitudes to spending on clothes have been during this […]

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Jivaro Indians

The daily dress among the Jivaro is simple. Both men and women wear clothes made of plain brown cloth, occasionally painted with vertical stripes. These homewoven clothes are durable and rugged and can last for many years. The women drape the cloth over one shoulder, sometimes belting it at the waist with bark string or […]

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Semiotic Analysis of Clothing

Clothing affects popular culture by giving us the freedom to express our individuality. Although it gives us the freedom to express our individuality, popular culture limits our choices. In popular culture clothing is a major system which is ever changing. The clothes that were accepted in the 80’s are not the same clothes that are […]

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Clothes Do Not Make a Man

Just as money does not bring happiness clothes do not make the man… or so it is what they say… but my opinion is that clothes do make the man. For me the first impression is the one that counts and makes the difference. If you go to a job interview and you are not […]

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Hart, Schaffner & Marx Case

Although the market for separates is certainly viable given promising growth in test markets, it is not a market that makes sense for Hart, Schaffner & Marx (HSM) to compete in. The trend certainly shows a divergence in how some customers view their needs with regards to semi-formal clothing, but the firm runs the risk […]

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Swot for American Apparel

Strengths: Their profitable idea is the plain T-shirt which never goes out of style and is something everyone has or wants. This makes their store have a wide range for many different demographics making it appeal to a huge amount of customers. They also have a very creative mission statement and are a very loyal […]

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Pen Portrait of a Topshop Customer

Emily Miller is a 21 year old Graphic and Media Design student in London College of Communication. She lives at home with her parents in London because although she works part-time as a waitress in a restaurant she can’t afford to live on her own. Her family would be considered middle class. Her father is […]

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Leave Your Hat On, But Leave the Jeans

The Newsweek article “Leave Your Hat On, But Leave the Jeans” written by Janet Lee looks back with wistfulness to a time in the past when people dress-up carefully and appropriately. The writer remembers when she had to wear blouses and skirts to school as a child until the suits she had to wear on […]

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Judgement on Clothing

Our first impression of someone is almost always visual. Immediately we scan everyone we meet from head to toe and make instant assumptions. We use our first visual impression of someone as an indicator of who they are and where they’ve been. While there are many ways to read someone based on their “look”, clothes […]

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Should Size 0 Models Be Allowed on the Catwalk

In the world that we live in, it is more likely to see a size zero model prancing about your television screen than a woman with healthy weight and size. Nowadays however, the pressure is on for young women to be as skinny as they can be, which borders on the skeletal. Although some believe […]

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Girls Education

Fashion is the prevailing custom in dress, manners, speech, etc. of a particular place and time, as established by the dominant section of society. Fashion is a means to look different in an indifferent world: so is the case with the students. There is a maddening race regarding fashion, everyone wants to look different. Society […]

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Fashion in the 1920’s

“It is unseen, unforgettable, ultimate accessory of fashion that heralds your arrival and prolongs your departure. ” Clothing changed with womens changing roles in modern society, particularly with the idea of freedom for people worldwide. In the “Roaring Twenties”, fashion entered the modern era, impacted lives of kids, men, and women driving them to dress […]

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New York City and Fashions

Fashions are changing Rapidly. Mini skirts were fashionable in the sixties. But today long skirts are fashionable. Thus fashions keep on changing. It is natural to ask why fashions change. It is the desire to attract the attention of other people that causes new fashions to rise. A man makes certain modifications in his dress […]

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American Apparel

American Apparel is a clothing manufacturer, distributor and retailer based in Los Angeles, California. Founded in 1989 by Canadian entrepreneur, Dov Charney, the company functions as a vertically integrated manufacturer that creates and develops their own advertising and branding campaign. American Apparel stresses the importance of mandating and promoting labour policies that reject clothing manufactures […]

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Small business management

1) What were the Nau’s founders’ primary motivations for founding Nau? Ans: The primary motivations of the Nau’s founders was a new retailing concept was to combine the eco-friendly and mountain-climbing chic of Patagonia with the fashion-forward urban cool styles of brands like Prada, using eco friendly materials to make the outfits. 2) What kind […]

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The scents of an apples

We have always been used to the thought of having the proper dress for every occasion and every place. This was already taught to us while we were still young. With this project I tried to let go of that norm and made something out of the ordinary to make an illusion of what it […]

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Lifestyle & fashio trends

You may not know it but everyone has their one taste in fashion. Some like to dress up in dull colors and others like bright. Some like professional , casual, or even dressy there is just so much to choose from. Fashion isn’t just about clothes and shoes. Its about being able to express yourself […]

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Fashion as one of the components of life

Fashion mainly refers to anything which is popular in a culture at any given time, it is inclusive of areas such as; style of dress, cuisine, literature, art, architecture, fashion trends and many other popular factors. Coco Chanel said, “Fashion is not something that exists in dresses only. Fashion is in the sky, in the […]

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