Important Moments in Fashion History 1871- TODAY

On 2011/10/21 by Nina Papaioannou

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Ιστορικές Στιγμές της Μόδας

Αναρωτηθήκατε ποτέ ποιοι είναι οι άνθρωποι  που έπαιξαν καθοριστικό  ρόλο στο τρόπο που ντυνόμαστε σήμερα? Ποια ήταν τα γεγονότα που σηματοδότησαν την ιστορία της μόδας τα τελευταία 140 χρόνια?

Ενημερωθείτε για όλα τα ιστορικά γεγονότα και τους σημαντικότερους  ανθρώπους που άλλαξαν τη ροή της ιστορίας στη μόδα. Μια αναδρομή με φωτογραφίες από το 1871 και τους Jacob Davis και Levi Strauss που ανακάλυψαν το τζιν μέχρι την Έκθεση του  γαλλικού οίκου Louis Vuitton  στο Εθνικό Μουσείο της πρώην κομμουνιστικής Κίνας.  Όσο για το που βρισκόμαστε σήμερα σε σχέση με κάθε γεγονός …Μμμ .. Μια φωτογραφία είναι πάντα όσο χίλιες λέξεις!

1871 Jacob Davis και   Levi Strauss

Η ανακάλυψη του τζιν


Levi Strauss portrait ,  the inventor of jeans!!!


Who’d have thought that a pair of hard-wearing workman’s trousers, developed by the tailor Jacob Davis and his business partner Levi Strauss for American labourers in the 1870s, would evolve into such a style phenomenon? Today 450 million pairs are sold each year in America alone. By 2015 the global jeans market is set to be worth more than £39 billion.

Rachel Zoe denim from the Resort Collection 2012

1901

Η εφεύρεση της καμπαρντίνας


Burberry’s original designs, trench-coat submitted to the War Office in 1901


Today a belted trench is the chicest way to negotiate that treacherous fashion territory between seasons, but the garment was originally used by the British Army as a heavy raincoat for soldiers. One of the earliest designs was Burberry’s, submitted to the War Office in 1901. Variations on the theme have been worn ever since, and Burberry is now one of the world’s biggest luxury brands, with an annual turnover of £1.5 billion.

Burberry 2012 trench coat!

1915

Το τέλος του κορσέ


The end of corseting by Broadway actress Violet Romer


The Broadway actress Violet Romer is credited with wearing the first ‘flapper’ dress, a loose shift cut above the knee. A world away from the corseted silhouette and long skirts of the Edwardians, it was greeted with outrage but eventually came to define the look of the 1920s. I love stretch dresses by designers like  Alaia and Herve Leger!!!

Poppy Delevigne stretch dress street style

1926
Το πρώτο Μικρό Μαύρο Φόρεμα (Little Black Dress LBD)

Coco chanel invented the little black dress!

1920′s clothing .. dressing before Coco Chanel


Clever Coco Chanel. Understanding that what every woman’s wardrobe needed was a classic working staple, she created what would later become known as the little black dress, or LBD. The sleek black number with pleats was featured in American Vogue, whose editors described it as ‘Chanel’s Ford’ – a reference to the universal appeal of Henry Ford’s Model T car design – and predicted that the LBD would become ‘uniform for all women of taste’.

I love this Little Black Dress

1947
Το Νέο Look

1947 The New Look, Christian Dior feminine and luxurious


‘It’s quite a revelation, dear Christian,’ pronounced Carmel Snow, the editor of Harper’s Bazaar. ‘Your dresses have such a new look.’ After the hard war years Dior anticipated an appetite among women for a wardrobe more luxurious and feminine.The French couturier’s ‘flower women’ with their tiny waists and voluminous skirts defined an idealised image of womanhood for the decade to come. So elegant!!!

Dior dress by Richard Avedon

1965
Η άνοδος της μίνι φούστας

1965 The rise of the miniskirt Many Quant

Many lay claim to the miniskirt. There is some argument whether the French futurist designer André Courrèges or Mary Quant was responsible. Quant introduced the design to her London boutique Bazaar in 1965. It was a hit with Mary’s trendsetting young clientele and then the rest of the world…

2011 styling job by Jillian Davison for Harper’s Bazaar Australia September 2011, model Jemma Baines

1966
Yves Saint Laurent ξεκινάει τα ready-to-wear ρούχα


1966 Yves Saint Laurent creates ready-to-wear High fashion


High fashion, formerly the preserve of wealthy couture clients, was opened up to Everywoman in 1966 when Yves Saint Laurent made the daring move of launching Rive Gauche, one of the first ready-to-wear labels in Paris. Along with Le Smoking, the women’s trouser suit unveiled by YSL that same year, it was one of many firsts chalked up by the designer over the decades.

YSL Spring – Summer 2012

1974
Το κατάστημα Sex ανοίγει King’s Road και ξεκινάει η μόδα punk και rock

1974 Sex, the King’s Road boutique opened by Vivienne Westwood


Sex, the King’s Road boutique opened by Vivienne Westwood and Malcolm McLaren, was at the forefront of the punk-rock movement. Frequented by the Sex Pistols, Chrissie Hynde and Adam Ant among others, it championed a new brand of anarchic street style of ripped jeans, safety pins, studded collars and DIY fashion.

Balmain 2012 rock chic

1983
Tο πρώτο  T-Shirt με σύνθημα

1983 The first logo T-Shirt by London designer Katharine Hamnett


T-shirts got political in the 1980s when the London designer Katharine Hamnett sent them down the catwalk emblazoned with the slogan choose life. In 1984 she kept up the polemic by wearing a T-shirt bearing the words 58% don’t want pershing to meet Margaret Thatcher. Since then slogan T-shirts have become less a call to protest and more a means of personal expression. We’re not sure Britney Spears’ i’m a virgin (but this is an old t-shirt) was quite what Hamnett had in mind.

Usher wearing a Michael Jackson t-shirt!

1984
Η γκαρνταρόμπα για το εργαζόμενο κορίτσι

1984 The working-girl fist shop by Donna Karan in New York


When Donna Karan launched her eponymous label in New York in 1984 it was with simple interchangeable, day-to-evening, sleek jersey pieces in black and neutral shades. In doing so she recognised the changing needs of a generation of women who were serious about both careers and style.

DKNY Spring Summer 2012

1989
Η γέννηση των σούπερ μοντέλων

British Vogue’s cover : Naomi Campbell, Linda Evangelista, Tatjana Patitz, Christy Turlington and Cindy Crawford, photographer Peter Lindbergh


British Vogue’s cover featuring Naomi Campbell, Linda Evangelista, Tatjana Patitz, Christy Turlington and Cindy Crawford, shot by the photographer Peter Lindbergh, defined a new kind of model – the supermodel. Evangelista’s quote, ‘We don’t wake up for less than $10,000 a day’, was their maxim and the women became known by their first names alone.

Gisele Bundchen one of my favorite sexy top models

1990
Η Madonna το κωνικό σουτιέν  

1990 Madonna’s conical bra by Gaultier


It wasn’t just the saucy songs. Madonna’s now-legendary Blond Ambition world tour also set the pace in fashion terms thanks to provocative costumes by the designer Jean Paul Gaultier. Hip and edgy, the outfits played on gender stereotypes – viz the conical bras worn over men’s suits – expressing a new unabashed sense of female sexual empowerment and challenging acceptable notions of female dressing thereafter.

Lady Gaga in a total black and white outfit !

1991
Η Vogue φιλοξενεί celebrity αντί για μοντέλο στο εξώφυλλο

1991 Vogue’s first celebrity cover Kim Basinger photographed by Herb Ritts


When Anna Wintour put the first non-model on the cover of American Vogue – Kim Basinger photographed by Herb Ritts – the publishing industry soon saw that she was on to something. Celebrity covers, it discovered, sold more magazines. Actresses and pop stars became increasingly linked with the fashion industry. Today, it seems, anyone worthy of celebrity must front a fashion campaign or, better still, launch their own label.

Modern royalty, Charlotte Casiraghi, looks fierce on the cover of Vogue Paris September 2011

1992
Marc Jacobs ξεκίνησε το grunge ντύσιμο


1992 Marc Jacobs’ grunge collection


So Marc Jacobs’ luxurious take on Seattle style for the American label Perry Ellis was slated in many quarters, but it also got the young designer noticed. He hasn’t looked back. He’s now the creative director of Louis Vuitton, as well as his own label and the Marc by Marc diffusion line, and his influence is all-pervasive. What Marc imagines, the world wears.

The next generation grunge by Isabel Marant

1993
Οι διαφιμήσεις του Calvin Klein και η γέννηση της Kate Moss

1993 Calvin Klein ad with young Kate Moss


Kate Moss’s career really kicked off when she was cast to front Calvin Klein underwear, heralding the rise of a new-look girl – the waif. Many claimed that it glamorised drug use. As we all know, Moss survived the controversy – and more along the way – to become the most famous model in the world.

Kate Moss on the runway for Louis Vuitton 2011

1994
Η άνοδος των super brand

Tom Ford creative director at Gucci in 1994


When Tom Ford, a little-known American designer, became creative director at Gucci in 1994, he hounded the French stylist Carine Roitfeld and the photographer Mario Testino to work with him. Eventually they came together and revamped the ailing brand with a sexy 1970s-inspired collection, and memorable ad campaigns, turning it into the label of the decade. Between 1995 and 1996 sales jumped 90 per cent.

Gucci Spring Summer 2012

1995
Οι Βρετανοί καταλαμβάνουν το Παρίσι

1995 John Galliano designer of Givenchy


This was the year that John Galliano was appointed designer at the venerable French house of Givenchy, confirming that British design was now to be taken seriously. He moved on to Dior, seemingly starting a trend in Paris to employ creative talent from these shores. Alexander McQueen took over at Givenchy, Stella McCartney went to Chloé and Phoebe Philo followed.

1997

Η αρχή του φαινομένου  It-bag  … και η στρατηγική προώθησης προιόντων μέσω διασημοτήτων

1997 The “it” Fendi Baguette bag


The Italian fashion house Fendi kick-started a trend that would transform the luxury-goods market – entirely by accident. Its Baguette bag became the must-have accessory when fashion editors pitched up at the European shows with them tucked under their arms, having bought them cheap in a New York sample sale. Suddenly other companies began launching ‘it’ designs with catchy names, strategic celebrity product placement – and ever-rising prices.

Proenza Schouler “it” orange bag

2000
Ποιός Jimmy? Η αρχή της παπουτσομανίας


2000 Sex and the City’s stars


‘I’ve lost my Choo!’ exclaimed Sex and the City’s heroine Carrie Bradshaw back in 2000, thus catapulting Jimmy Choo – then a fledging luxury shoe brand – on to a global stage. The character similarly raised the profile of Manolo Blahnik with her numerous name-checks over the series. Today’s booming luxury shoe market owes much to that one show, and obsession with designer footwear has seen heel heights push up to 6in – and average prices more than triple.

Marc Jacobs heart heel shoe!

2001
Δεν είναι δεύτερο χέρι είναι vintage

Julia Roberts in 2001 Academy Awards wearing a vintage Valentino


When Julia Roberts and Renée Zellweger turned up at the 2001 Academy Awards in old Valentino and Jean Dessès gowns, the world sat up. It was a pivotal moment in driving vintage fashion into the mainstream.

The Olsen twins Mary Kate and Ashley are into vintage clothes and handbags in 2011

2004
Ο Karl Lagerfeld σχεδιάζει για το  H&M

2004 Karl Lagerfeld for H&M


Karl Lagerfeld’s capsule collection for H & M caused a frenzy when it launched, selling out immediately and generating acres of coverage for both parties. Its success proved to designers that when done properly – ie in small volumes and at premium high-street prices – mass-market collaborations could actually benefit their brand.

Versace for H and M 2011 – 2012

Trendsurvivor How to.. get affordable authentic Versace clothes!!!

2005
Μόδα μιας χρήσης 

2005 Throwaway fashion with Primark stores!


Halfway through the decade Primark increased its number of stores by a third, bringing quick on-trend fashion at bargain prices to virtually every big town and city in Britain. By 2007 its popularity was such that there was a mini riot at the launch of its flagship on Oxford Street, London.

Primark Look-book 2011-2012

2008
Μια γυναίκα ξόδεψε  $100,000 στο Net-a-Porter για αγορές στο διαδύκτιο

Ex-fashion journalist Natalie Massenet and creator of Net-a-Porte


Anyone who doubted that women would ever buy designer fashion online without first trying on pieces were firmly put in their place when, in 2008, one customer blew $100,000 in a single transaction on Net-a-Porter. The brainchild of the ex-fashion journalist Natalie Massenet, the e-tailer has become a global success since its launch 11 years ago. In 2010 the company was valued at £350 million.

2011 : Net a Porte analyzing and setting trends!

2009
Νέοι ορίζοντες στη Μόδα : Πωλήσεις από την πασαρέλα στο διαδύκτιο 

2009 Burberry live-streamed its spring/summer 2010 catwalk show to the internet


Burberry live-streamed its spring/summer 2010 catwalk show to the internet and a world that had been the preserve of fashion editors and buyers was opened to a whole new audience. This year the brand introduced a click-to-buy function, enabling customers to purchase direct from the catwalk show. Now everyone can be a fashion insider.

2011
Η Μόδα είναι Τέχνη : Η έκθεση του McQueen στο Metropolitan Museum of Art

2011 McQueen Exhibition at The Metropolitan Museum of Art


The Metropolitan Museum of Art’s exhibition ‘Alexander McQueen: Savage Beauty’, celebrating the work of the late British designer, became one of the 10 most popular shows in the New York museum’s 141-year history. Its massive success has been testament to not only McQueen’s legacy but also the wider renaissance in British fashion. Long may it continue!

Telegraph

2011

Η έκθεση της Louis Vuitton στο National Museum of  China

Louis Vuitton exhibition in the National Museum of China

Αναλυτικά το άρθρο στο Louis Vuitton Exhibition in China!!!

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Αξέχαστες στιγμές, εμπνευσμένες στρατηγικές μάρκετινγκ, σημαντικοί σχεδιαστές, επιτυχημένοι επιχειρηματίες όλα όσα  συνέβαλαν στο να αλλάξουμε τον τρόπο που ντυνόμαστε και σκεφτόμαστε γύρω από την μόδα.. Τι θα γίνει, άραγε,  από εδώ και πέρα??
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