The History of Fashion and how it Emerged.

The History of Fashion and how it Emerged.

                                      
                                                    The beginning.      

Fashion dates back thousands of years, to the first civilizations that existed in the world. Since then, fashion has constantly evolved, reflecting the social, economic and cultural changes of each era. In ancient Mesopotamia, for example, the Sumerians and Babylonians wore clothing made from luxurious fabrics, such as linen and cotton. Women wore long dresses with ornaments and jewels, while men wore tunics and skirts.


                              -Egyptian fashion Ancient Greece and Rome.

In ancient Egypt, fashion was also important, especially for royalty. Pharaohs and queens wore robes and dresses adorned with jewels and elaborate headdresses. The Egyptians also used makeup and perfumes to beautify themselves.

During the times of ancient Greece and Rome, fashion was characterized by simplicity and elegance. Women wore long, flowing dresses, while men wore tunics and togas. The use of jewelry and accessories was common in both cultures. 


                              -The Church Influences and makes changes.

In the Middle Ages, fashion began to change due to the influence of the Church and the appearance of the nobility. Women wore long, tight dresses, underwear with strong and elastic fabric was widely used, often with whalebones that compress from the chest to the hips to highlight the figure.


                                          -Evolution of Each Decade.

In the 18th and 19th centuries, fashion continued to evolve with the emergence of court fashion in France and the industrial revolution. New fabrics and construction techniques were introduced, allowing for mass production of clothing. Fashion also became more accessible to the middle class, and the first recognized fashion designers began to emerge. In the 20th century, fashion underwent drastic changes. During the 1920s, fashion became more liberated and bold, with women adopting a "flapper" aesthetic that challenged gender norms and advocated for independence and equality. In the 1950s, fashion became more conservative and feminine, with women wearing wasp-waisted dresses and full skirts. In the 1960s, fashion reflected the social and political changes of the time. Hippie fashion emerged, with loose clothing, bright colors and psychedelic prints. Fashion also became more standard as both women and men looked very similar adopting more daring styles.


                                   -Manimalist style out of the ordinary.

Since then, fashion has continued to evolve with each decade. Movements such as punk, grunge and minimalism emerged, which challenged established norms by creating handbags, shoes, and clothing with animal skins, something that at that time was out of the ordinary and gave rise to new trends. Fashion has also become more globalized, spreading throughout the world with the influence of different cultures and the rise of fast fashion.


                   -What it communicates to us and what it makes us feel.

Nowadays there are many varieties and fashion is defined in many aspects, kitchen items, clothing, home goods and others. It is very easy to be fashionable nowadays, you can buy and experiment in the wonderful world of fashion and look radiant and spectacular, you deserve it.

Today, fashion is a multi-billion dollar industry involving designers, fashion houses, models and consumers around the world. Fashion has become a form of personal expression and a way to communicate identity and style. As the world continues to change, fashion will continue to evolve and adapt to new times and trends.

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