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CTE 3512 Final flashcards Quizlet CTE 3512 Final Created by rtc12 12 5 13 Quizlet 182 terms Paul Poiret French Fashion Designer known for freeing womens silhouettes First to begin perfume business king of fashion trained with charles worth freed women of corsets hobble skirt lampshade dress harem style trousers turbins causes you to hobble starts at the natural waist poofs and then tightens at the knees Classical Greecian inspired gown made of high quality silk Emphasize the functionality and ease of movement Pleated down front and back laced together Stitched down side still around to keep suits clean White cotton or linen dress were soft and ornamented with tucks ruffles pleats and lace These resembled the frilly lingerie of the period at this period made with a row of vertical pleats at the shoulder that released into a soft full sleeve gathered to a fitted cuff at the wrist was popular until about 1840 attempt by artists and artisans to develop a style with no roots in earlier artistic forms Characterized by curved lines contorted and stylized forms from nature and movement Hobble Skirts Delphos Gown Duster Lingerie Dresses Bishop Sleeve Art Nouveau quizlet com 31618746 cte 3512 final flash cards 1 13 12 5 13 Tailor made Tea gowns Pompadour Knickers Peg top Skirts Minaret Tunic Pullovers Lounge Coat Ascots Top Coats Blazer Flapper L 85 Regulations Sportswear Hookless Fasteners CTE 3512 Final flashcards Quizlet matching jackets and shirts worn with a blouse predominant for wear outside the home provided relief from the tight lighting worn without a corset loosely fitted soft lines hair style with the hair built high in front and at the sides around the face new sportswear garment appeared after 1850 Cut with loose legs and belted into a band that buckled just below the knee Full at hip narrowing to ankles tunics and underskirts Paul Poiret a wide tunic boned to hold out the skirt in a full circle and worn over the narrowest of hobble skirts knitted sweaters that pulled over the head british term for a sack jacket a standard suit jacket worn for all occasions even in leisure time ties with wide ends that were worn with one end looped over the other and held in place with a tie pin overcoat ending at the hip worn by affluent men who could afford more than one overcoat jacket worn with unmatched trousers worn for tennis yachting or other sports fashionable young women of the 20s restrictions placed on clothes in WWII no trouser cuffs extra pockets vest double breast width of skirt hem length of trousesuit jacket a category of clothing designed for the period based on activity Original name for the zipper as imporved by Gideon Sundback quizlet com 31618746 cte 3512 final flash cards 2 13 12 5 13 CTE 3512 Final flashcards Quizlet Gabrielle Coco Chanel Madeleine Vionnet Queen of the bias cut Insisted that the costumes be appropriate for the action of the drama responsible for new authenticity in film clothes Little black dress Boxy jackets diagonal direction of cloth most stretch Italian designer who worked with Dali in surrealist fashion One of the first to use zippers Invented Shocking Pink exclusive custom fitted clothing American designer who designed Wallis Simpson s wedding dress credited with starting matching separates dirndl skirts the monastic the diaper bathing suit ballet slippers and the poncho American costume designer whose most famous costumes were for The Wizard of Oz and other Metro Goldwyn Mayer films of the 1930s and 1940s American fashion designer known for his elegant suits and tailored silhouettes French born American fashion designer known for her crisp tailored cuts and innovative ideas derives from the name of an exposition held in Paris in 1925 Geometric forms Egyptian and Mayan motifs Cubism Fauvism Expressionism beyond the real Nonconventional scenes and objects drawing on the subconscious imagination derived from drawers or knickers for women in 1920s Short buttoned or elasticizes at the waist often very decorative combination of camisole and panties combination of camisole and panties Bias Cut Elsa Schiaparelli Haute Couture Mainbocher Claire McCardell Adrian Norman Norell Pauline Trigere Art Deco Surrealism Panties Step ins Teddies quizlet com 31618746 cte 3512 final flash cards 3 13 12 5 13 CTE 3512 Final flashcards Quizlet Handkerchief Skirt a hem of several corners that hang down Eisenhower Jackets Ensembles Robe de Style Clutch Coats Bobbed Shingle Eton Crop Briefs Sloppy Joes Dirndl Skirts Page boy bob Feather cut Slacks Lastex Boxer Shorts Jockey Shorts T shirts matching dresses and coats or skirts overblouses and coats evening dress with dropped waistline and a full skirt reminiscent of the crinoline period alternative to tubular silhouette had no fastening and had to be held shut for a woman to have her hair cut exceptionally short haircut for women with back hair cut and tapered like a man s Women s hair closely cropped and dressed like a man s derived from panties during the 30s later called briefs as they grew shorter based on military jackets slightly bloused above the waist and gathered into a belt large loose pullovers worn by adolescents in 1940s women s skirt gathered into waistline produce more bouffant effect derives from peasant costume straight hair worn shoulder lenth or shoter ends curled under very smoothly at back and sides hair style for women short and curly garments made like men s trousers for casual wear starting in the late 20s fabric made form yarns with a rubber core covered by another fiber Stretchy used to make bathing suits underwear for men introduced in the 30s fitted brief knit shorts patented in 1935 knit undershirts with short sleeves introduced during the war quizlet com 31618746 cte 3512 final flash cards 4 13 12 5 13 CTE 3512 Final flashcards Quizlet Oxford Bags English drape suit Windsor Zoot Suit Polo Coats English guards coat Zip in linings Mackinaws Pea Jackets Sports Jackets Polo Shirts Cowboy Shirts Hawaiian Shirts Monk s Front Boy Coats Lacoste Knit Tennis Shirt mens long trousers very wide cuffed legs Jackets with wider shoulders and more fitted at the hips Slight drape or wrinkle through the chest and shoulders Spread collar worn with the larger Windsor tie knot extreme form of sack suit with long jacket very wide shoulders wide lapels made of camel s hair double breasted six buttoned closing half belt in the back dark blue coat with wide lapels and an inverted pleat in the back and a half belt

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