Paleolithic (2million BC - 13,000 BC.)Primarily tanned skins are used to wrap the body. It is suspected that they may have been the first to dye their garments yellow and red by using clays.
Mesolithic (13,000 a.C.-8,000a.C.)thanks to the improvement of the climatic conditions, the skills of sewing and knotting of networks are developed, the dress follows very similar and there is no proof of the elaboration or use of fabrics.
Neolithic (8,000 a.C.-3,000 a.C.)They weave vegetable fibers to form fabrics such as linen. They were used as insulators of cold and moisture between layers of clothing. Although wool was already used in Iraq, it is not used in Europe until the Bronze Age. This was because the fur of his sheep was not yet suitable for making yar
Ancient Rome (753 BC-476 AD)For both men and women, the tunic was the most common garment, it was attached to the waist with a belt and fastened with clasps. The wealthiest people used to put on a toga, which consisted of a cloth to which they turned and fell in folds.
Ancient Egypt (3100–2686 a. C.)In the Old Kingdom, as Egyptian clothing, men wore a skirt called shenti, fastened with a belt to the hip and pleated at the front.
Ancient Greece ( 1200 a. C. )In ancient Greece, no underwear was used, except for a strip of cloth that women used to hold the chest, on which a tunic was placed, which could be of two types: the peplo and the chiton.
middle Ages ( its beginning is located in the year 476 with the fall of the Roman Empire of the West and its end in 1492 with the discovery of America)Clothing in the Middle Ages - Everyday clothes. Men used to wear long stockings and tunics. ... The women, on the other hand, wore long dresses with sleeveless tunics and headbands that covered their hair. To protect themselves in winter, men and women wear layers of sheepskin and gloves and wool caps.
modern age (1453 - 1789)First of all we have the Renaissance.
In this period, Italian fashion with feathers, hats and other accessories predominates. The shoes are years in the tip. Women continue to wear corsets, leaving the skirt fall. This is formed by several layers of fabrics. However, in Spain will be born a new fashion, the wire structures.
contemporary age (476 d. C.)At the beginning they were only used for the day and informal attire, but already in the 1820s they were allowed to be used for the night. The tall hat, worn since the late eighteenth century, was still used, and became the top hat worn during the day, and formal dress throughout the nineteenth century.
1 World War (1914 - 1914)The first covers from the beginning of the First World War, which is characterized by being the appendage of the ornate fashion, typical of the Belle Époque, as well as by the appearance of a silhouette that tends towards verticality in women (they are put fashionable straight and long corsets, and skirts with little flight and accompanied by an overskirt) and Orientalism.
WWIIThe designers were forced to eliminate extra pockets, double bibs and had to reduce the width and length of the skirts. This translates into a new appearance in women. The skirts were shortened and the dresses became narrower combined with short jackets. The long evening gowns gave way to dresses that cover just below the knee.
hippies (1960 and 1970)Very long hair, limp with natural fall and bell pants in both jeans and prints are the protagonists of a decade in which hippies imposed a trend. The platform shoes, the round glasses and the long leather bags with beards were the complements to make the dress one that emulated peace and love.
Years (1980 - 1990)The fashion of the 80 'is one of the most remembered. Every year in some collection we find garments inspired by this era. The dress was striking, shiny and exuberant.
Tight pants and wide shirts were used. If they were shims better.
As women began to be exercised and athletic, the clothes were very comfortable and inspired by the gym as tights, large printed shirts, sweatshirts and vests.
The accessories that were used were leggings, headbands and bracelets with many colors.
XXI centuryA inicios del siglo XXI, año 2000,tribus urbanas y se asocia a marcas y estilos a cada una de estas tribus. Grunge, hipster, normcore. Se trata de tribus o corrientes urbanas que intentan diferenciarse mediante su vestuario.
Son muchas las personas que crean sus propias prendas y accesorios y las opciones de diseño y personalización se incluyen en procesos de fabricación a escala mundial. La ropa es un reflejo de la personalidad y la individualidad de cada persona, una forma más de expresarse.