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100 Years of Dresses | Glamour
 
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From the short and loose hemlines of the 1920s, to the glamorous and conservative dresses of the 1950s, to the cutout dresses of the 2010s, take a look back at the last century of dresses. Still haven’t subscribed to Glamour on YouTube? ►► http://bit.ly/2gYlQqe 100 Years of Dresses | Glamour
Views: 5165495 Glamour
Getting dressed in the 14th century
 
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Two women get dressed in the medieval fashion of 14th century England. Costumes based on the illustrations in the Luttrell Psalter. Thanks to support from https://www.loveniplaw.co.uk/ Director/Cinematographer: Nick Loven https://www.instagram.com/crowseyeproductions/ https://www.flickr.com/gp/[email protected]/83a22H Producer/Costumier: Pauline Loven https://www.instagram.com/periodwardrobe/ Women: Kirsty Hannah, Lucy Sherre Cooper Production Assistant: Lilli Stoddart Voice-over: Martha Milne https://www.instagram.com/machinequilter/ Location: The Saxonhouse http://www.saxonhouse.co.uk/ Hair: Anita Cudbertson Carpentry: Peter Halse Pottery: Andrew MacDonald of the Pot Shop, Lincoln https://www.facebook.com/potshop1/ Music: Luttrell Psalter plainchant arranged by Kate Witney and recorded by Bryan Rudd Stella Splendens performed by Azhriaz Dularne and Sara Rollit, recorded by Brian Rudd
Views: 2043583 CrowsEyeProductions
19th Century Fashion - How To Tell Different Decades Apart?
 
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first person to count all the words I mispronounced gets 10 points for their house. also, is it just me or do I sound like the watchmojo narrator? ________________ My Instagram: http://bit.ly/2ki6VTq My blog: http://bit.ly/2nnB89S My nudes: http://bit.ly/2zR5Rzm
Views: 278828 Karolina Żebrowska
Getting dressed in the 18th century
 
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A lady gets dressed in the fashion of 18th century. She puts on her clothes, with help in a particular order, including, a shift, stays, petticoats, pockets, roll, stockings and garters, gown and stomacher, apron and shoes. Read more about this from our curator Pauline Rushton on our blog: http://blog.liverpoolmuseums.org.uk/2016/08/getting-dressed-in-the-18th-century/
100 Years of Fashion: Men ★ Glam.com
 
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100 Years of Fashion is back! This time, we’re giving the guys a go and recapping men’s style from 1915 to now. ★ Visit Glam for more: http://www.glam.com From seersucker suits and double-breasted blazers to Greased Lightning and hipster chic, we’re giving you 100 years of men’s fashion in less than three minutes. This is one history lesson—and hot bod!—you don’t want to miss. For more videos like this, visit us at Glam: http://www.glam.com ★ { Model } Matt https://instagram.com/matty_watts/ ★ { Music Tracks } on Premium Beat - Funk Force by Senbei Funk Fever by Studio Le Bus Elephant Trap by Senbei Party at Gatsby's by Olive Musique and on AudioSparx Swing Empire by Music Candy Touch and Go by Ian Kirton Need a drink? Here’s 100 Years of Cocktails in Under 2 Minutes: http://www.mode.com/food-drink/roundups/100-years-of-cocktails-in-under-2-minutes/0140574 Visit http://www.glam.com Visit us for more! http://www.glam.com Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Glam Friend us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/byGlamInc Check us out on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/you.are.glam/ Get inspired on Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/glampins/ Add us to your circle on Google+: http://bit.ly/glam-googleplus”
Views: 15735858 Glam, Inc.
THE ULTIMATE FASHION HISTORY: The 18th Century
 
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The 18th Century saw the height of The Age of Enlightenment, with Man's triumph over nature giving forth a love of artifice that extended to the human form. Rococo prettiness meshed with this obsession with artifice, giving rise to the panniers, powder and periwigs of this most decadent of fashion centuries. Yet behind the pretty powder the sartorial truth was somewhat grotesque! Enjoy.
100 Years of Banned Fashion | Glamour
 
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Take a look back at the last century of banned fashion, from restrictions on the use of bird feathers in hats in the 1910s, and women's shorts being banned in the 1930s in some cities, to the flag-printed protest clothing of the 1970s and the illegal counterfeit purses that rose to popularity in the 1990s. Still haven’t subscribed to Glamour on YouTube? ►► http://bit.ly/2gYlQqe 100 Years of Banned Fashion | Glamour
Views: 1860168 Glamour
1960's Prediction of 21st Century Fashion | Vintage Fashion
 
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In 1960, Harry and Monty Moss (of Moss Bros.) had a go at predicting what might be fashionable in the year 2000. They were wrong. For Archive Licensing Enquiries Visit: https://goo.gl/W4hZBv Explore Our Online Channel For FULL Documentaries, Fascinating Interviews & Classic Movies: https://goo.gl/7dVe8r #BritishPathé #History #Fashion License this Film: https://www.britishpathe.com/page/licensing Subscribe to the British Pathé YT Channel: https://goo.gl/hV1nkf Subscribe to the British Pathé War Archives YT Channel: https://goo.gl/QY21c9 Subscribe to the British Pathé Vintage Fashions YT Channel: https://goo.gl/XT1Zo7 Subscribe to the British Pathé Sporting History YT Channel: https://goo.gl/ELDCsT BRITISH PATHÉ'S STORY Before television, people came to movie theatres to watch the news. British Pathé was at the forefront of cinematic journalism, blending information with entertainment to popular effect. Over the course of a century, it documented everything from major armed conflicts and seismic political crises to the curious hobbies and eccentric lives of ordinary people. If it happened, British Pathé filmed it. Now considered to be the finest newsreel archive in the world, British Pathé is a treasure trove of 85,000 films unrivaled in their historical and cultural significance.
Views: 29558 Vintage Fashions
100 Years of Bras | Glamour
 
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The bra has come a long way since its inception. Check out how this sexy staple has changed over the years—and choose which style you like best! Bras are such an integral part of our everyday lives, but have you ever wondered about the origins of the almighty brassiere? Check out our brand-new video that charts the history of the bra from the first bra in Roman times (a tightly wrapped cloth, created to make breasts appear smaller because the Romans didn't particularly enjoy them—rude, huh?), to the lacy little underthings we wear today. While it seems crazy to us now to hide our natural feminine shape, feelings towards breasts and therefore bras varied from era to era. Take a look at how bras have transitioned throughout history—and hey, you might even find yourself wanting to bring some of them back! Model: Germaine Persinger Produced by Kornhaber Brown Still haven’t subscribed to Glamour on YouTube?►► http://glmr.me/ytSUBSCRIBE Get the scoop on the hottest spring and fall fashion trends from the runways of New York Fashion Week, Paris Fashion Week, and Milan Fashion Week. ABOUT GLAMOUR Glamour is for the woman who sets the direction of her own life and lives it to its fullest and chicest. The dream job, the perfect look, the right guy: All are in her reach. Glamour makes them reality. Its inspiration, ideas and guidance help her conquer her world with confidence and style. Glamour is your guide to career and lifestyle advice. Discover the latest fashion trends, hairstyles, beauty tips, celebrity news, inspirational videos, and relationship & sex advice. The History of the Bra: Styles From Every Fashion Era - Runway Reports | Style | Glamour https://www.youtube.com/user/GlamourMag Still haven’t subscribed to Glamour on YouTube? ►► http://bit.ly/2gYlQqe ABOUT GLAMOUR Glamour is for the woman who sets the direction of her own life and lives it to its fullest and chicest. The dream job, the perfect look, the right guy: All are in her reach. Glamour makes them reality. Its inspiration, ideas and guidance help her conquer her world with confidence and style. Glamour is your guide to career and lifestyle advice. Discover the latest fashion trends, hairstyles, beauty tips, celebrity news, inspirational videos, and relationship & sex advice. https://www.youtube.com/user/GlamourMag 100 Years of Bras | Glamour Model: Germaine Persinger Produced by Kornhaber Brown
Views: 11407037 Glamour
100 Years of Women's Underwear l Beauty & Style l Glamour
 
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Explore the evolution of women’s underwear from the 1920s to the present day. Model: Sarah Boutros https://www.instagram.com/sarahwandress/ Vintage underwear rented from: Helen Uffner Vintage Clothing LLC - NY http://uffnervintage.com Featuring: Sarah Cogan www.sarahcogan.com Emily Amick www.emilyamick.com Melissa Formica www.melissaformica.com ARTIST: 1985 (feat. Suzy Shinn) TRACK: I Won't Surrender // ARTIST: Kenneth Aaron Harris TRACK: 10 Million Reasons Still haven’t subscribed to Glamour on YouTube?►► http://glmr.me/ytSUBSCRIBE Still haven’t subscribed to Glamour on YouTube? ►► http://bit.ly/2gYlQqe ABOUT GLAMOUR Glamour is for the woman who sets the direction of her own life and lives it to its fullest and chicest. The dream job, the perfect look, the right guy: All are in her reach. Glamour makes them reality. Its inspiration, ideas and guidance help her conquer her world with confidence and style. Glamour is your guide to career and lifestyle advice. Discover the latest fashion trends, hairstyles, beauty tips, celebrity news, inspirational videos, and relationship & sex advice. https://www.youtube.com/user/GlamourMag 100 Years of Women's Underwear l Beauty & Style l Glamour
Views: 5118273 Glamour
100 Years of Pregnancy | Allure
 
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Take a look back at the last hundred years of pregnancy, from pregnancy advice from the 1910s and maternity corsets of the 1930s, to the popularity of prenatal vitamins in the 1980s and studies about the efficacy of vitamin E cream for stretch marks in the 2000s. Still haven’t subscribed to Allure on YouTube? ►► http://bit.ly/AllureYouTubeSub ABOUT ALLURE The best daily makeup tips, skin-care advice, hair tutorials, product reviews, and videos from beauty experts. 100 Years of Pregnancy | Allure
Views: 2916139 Allure
All Makeup of the Century – 1910-1990!
 
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Check out our compilation of looks through the 20th century! Which look is your favourite? Comment below and let us know what you want us to do in future episodes. Thanks for watching, see you next time on Look Like! Look Like Studios make tutorials on how to look like celebrities and famous fictional characters.
Views: 55569 Look Like Studios
Morgenroutine und Kosmetik im 14. Jahrhundert
 
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Für nähere Informationen, bitte lies den dazu gehörigen Blogartikel, wo alles gezeigte noch einmal genau erklärt wird. Dort findest du auch die Quellen zu den jeweiligen Gegenständen und Rezepten: http://wp.me/p2Ccl4-2y8 www.ig14.at Music by: Trio medieval, a creative commons piece by the Gartner museum, Thank you very much!
Views: 1291520 IG 14tes Jahrhundert
Getting Dressed in WW1 - VAD Nurse
 
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A World War One VAD Nurse gets dressed ready for work. Thanks to support from https://www.loveniplaw.co.uk/ Director/Cinematographer: Nick Loven https://www.instagram.com/crowseyeproductions/ https://www.flickr.com/gp/[email protected]/83a22H Producer/Costumier: Pauline Loven https://www.instagram.com/periodwardrobe/ Costume Assistant: Jasmine May Music: Chris Gordon http://www.chrisgordon.info/ Voice-over: Martha Milne https://www.instagram.com/machinequilter/ VAD Nurse: Tiffany Haynes http://www.tiffanyhaynes.com Nurses: Kate Loven Amy Beven Emma Louise Clarke Patients: Alexander Doddy Matthew N Petley Adam Sturman Dave Cash Visitors: Gail Hinkins Katie Odgaard Location: Former VAD Hospital, Stanhope Hall, Horncastle http://www.stanhopehall.org/ Knitters: Loraine Burnett Rita Taylor Freyalan Close Wendee Wall Linda Fuller Angela Bannister Debra Ann Ashkar With thanks to Sue Light, Scarlet Finders: http://www.scarletfinders.co.uk/
Views: 2129370 CrowsEyeProductions
1920s Fashion Is Not What You Think It Is
 
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[THE PINS ARE SOLD OUT SORRY!] btw, I forgot to thank you guys for 75k! (as always, lol. I suck at celebrating milestones). _____________ My Instagram: http://bit.ly/2ki6VTq My blog: http://bit.ly/2nnB89S My nudes: https://bit.ly/2rRQEeE You can also buy me a coffee!: https://bit.ly/2IvBsJY
Views: 637692 Karolina Żebrowska
I Dressed Like It Was 1967
 
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I styled 3 outfits inspired by the popular fashions of fifty years ago! As 2017 comes to a close, I figured I would close out our decades through fashion series with a style video of clothes from half a century ago, in 1967. From the mods to the caftans to the hippies, 1967 was a defining year in music, culture, and fashion - and also a fun year to ~wear~ around! Which outfit was your favorite? A huge thanks to Kayley Melissa for rocking out this 60s hair! You can check out her channel here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCctjAAIUSW3DRS-5Phh_hgQ Don’t forget to click the bell to turn on post notifications! Safiya's Nextbeat: https://nextbeat.co/u/safiya IG: https://www.instagram.com/safiyany/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/safiyajn Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/safnygaard/ IMAGES via Getty Images SOURCES Getty Images Seventeen Magazine Cosmopolitan Magazine Vogue Magazine Bazaar Magazine Style Tribes: The Fashion Of Subcultures Survey Of Historic Costume MUSIC Mind The Gap Meet Her At The Disco Via Audio Network SFX Via AudioBlocks
Views: 3774218 Safiya Nygaard
Women's Fashion during the 20th Century
 
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History Fair project. Third place at our school. :) Songs used (in order): 1. Joplin, Scott. Leola 2. Joplin, Scott. Kansas City Rag 3. Fitzgerald, Ella. Shine On. 4. Smith, Bessie. Me and my Gin. 5. Composition by Ellington, Duke. It Dont Mean A Thing (If It Aint Got That Swing) 6. Miller, Glen. In the Mood. 7. Penguins, The. Earth Angel (Will You Be Mine?) 8. Ronettes, The. Be My Baby. 9. Kinks, The. Lola 10. Lauper, Cyndi. Time After Time 11. Non Blondes, 4. Whats Up?
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I Dressed Like It Was 1977
 
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I styled 3 outfits inspired by the popular fashions of forty years ago! From the polyester pantsuit and ascot-wearing wonder women, to leather-clad punk music fans and disco dancing queens in jumpsuits and metallic accessories, I had a great time pretending it was 1977 and exploring fashion history through one of the most iconic decades - the 70s. Let me know what you think of my ~lookbook~ and if you want to see more of these! A huge thanks to Kayley Melissa for rocking out this 70s hair! You can check out her channel here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCctjAAIUSW3DRS-5Phh_hgQ *Sorry for the misspeak! It is *Siouxsie Sioux from Siouxsie And The Banshees Don’t forget to click the bell to turn on post notifications! Safiya's Nextbeat: https://nextbeat.co/u/safiya IG: https://www.instagram.com/safiyany/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/safiyajn Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/safnygaard/ IMAGES via Getty Images SOURCES Getty Images Seventeen Magazine Cosmopolitan Magazine Glamour Magazine Vogue Magazine JC Penney Catalogues Style Tribes: The Fashion Of Subcultures Survey Of Historic Costume Assistant Editor: Emily Linden MUSIC Mind The Gap Meet Her At The Disco Disco Fever Bovver Boots Nose Pin Punk Rotter Mohawk Undercover Brother Huggys Strut Strings Of Life Firebird Get With The Funk Let Loose Via Audio Network SFX Via AudioBlocks
Views: 3708769 Safiya Nygaard
Making a 15th Century Princess Gown Part 1 || Historical Reconstruction
 
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Loads More Information Below! Note re: marking with ink: I wasn’t sure if I could reproduce the images here, but if you’re looking for some evidence see Janet Arnold’s ‘Patterns of Fashion’ Volume 3 (p. 48, fig. 56C) and Volume 4 (p. 46, fig. 327). Corrections and improvements on the information given in this video will be published here in the description section, along with relevant sources and name/username acknowledgement. MATERIAL SOURCES: -Wool: A&K Fabrics, NYC. 9 yards -Linen thread: Burnley & Trowbridge [https://www.burnleyandtrowbridge.com/LT1718.aspx] -Turkey pointers for quills: Dersh Feather, NYC Useful Tools for Those So Inclined: (Please note that these are affiliate links) -Clear 18-inch ruler: https://amzn.to/2DIdRrh -Steel-headed straight pins: https://amzn.to/2ByJUaQ -Every size & weight needle you will probably ever need: https://amzn.to/2Sd76R7 -My most favorite (& stupidly fiddly) #10 sharps, the tiniest needles: https://amzn.to/2SaZEGf -Ye Trusty Olde 8” shears (tartan ribbon not included): https://amzn.to/2DXkUft -Those wee bird snips that literally everyone seems to have: https://amzn.to/2zu9vzY -(But I’ve also just found these that are a unicorn and I am severely tempted; I should not be trusted with Amazon: https://amzn.to/2KvXGgX) -Large Newsprint Pad: https://amzn.to/2QF7uHQ -Actual pattern paper: https://amzn.to/2DjwEbj -Butcher’s paper: https://amzn.to/2DFtkIh USEFUL SOURCES -Arnold, Janet. Patterns of Fashion 3 https://www.panmacmillan.com/authors/janet-arnold/patterns-of-fashion-c1560-1620 -Arnold, Janet. Patterns of Fashion 4 https://www.panmacmillan.com/authors/janet-arnold/patterns-of-fashion-4 -Crowfoot, Elisabeth; Pritchard, Frances; Staniland, Kay. Textiles and Clothing 1150-1450. Museum of London. https://museumoflondonshop.co.uk/collections/book-1/products/textiles-clothing-1150-1450 -Egan, Geoff and Pritchard, Frances. Dress Accessories 1150 - 1450. Museum of London. https://museumoflondonshop.co.uk/collections/book-1/products/dress-accessories-1150-1450 -Nørlund, Poul. Buried Norsemen at Herjolsfnes: an Archaeological and Historical Study. http://www.press.uchicago.edu/ucp/books/book/distributed/B/bo26785756.html IMAGE CREDIT -“Saint George Slaying the Dragon” by Jost Haller. Unterlinden Museum. Digital image from Wikimedia Commons. https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Jost_Haller_-_Saint_George_slaying_the_dragon,_Unterlinden_Museum,_Colmar.jpg -“Le Livre des faiz monseigneur saint Loys, composé à la requête du « cardinal de Bourbon et de la duchesse de Bourbonnois”. Detail from a manuscript, c. 1401-1500. BnF Gallica. https://gallica.bnf.fr/ark:/12148/btv1b6000784s/f178.zoom.r=%20Le%20Livre -“Alabaster effigies (circa 1471) of John Harington, 4th Baron Harington (died 1418) and his wife Elizabeth Courtenay (died 1471) in St Dubricius' parish church, Porlock, Somerset”. Digital image from Wikimedia Commons. https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:PhotoHaringtonEffigiesPorlock.jpg -Detail from “Devonshire Hunting Tapestries”. V&A Museum (T.205-1957). Made cc. 1440 - 1450. http://collections.vam.ac.uk/item/O94145/the-devonshire-hunting-tapestries-tapestry-unknown/ -“Portrait of a Female Donor” by Petrus Christus. C. 1455. Samuel H. Kress Collection (1961.9.11) National Gallery of Art, Washington D.C. https://images.nga.gov/en/search/do_quick_search.html?q=%221961.9.11%22 Additional cinematography by Dani Banner. ‘Herjolfsnes’ pronunciation advice from Bettina Forsberg; apologies for my butchery of it. ;) MUSIC Intro: Crunk Knight by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Source: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1400044 Artist: http://incompetech.com/ Background: Folk Round by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Source: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1100357 Artist: http://incompetech.com/ Portals to Other Realms: Instagram, for real-time progress: instagram.com/bernadettebanner (@bernadettebanner) Patreon, for more vloggish and bloggish content: patreon.com/bernadettebanner Ko-Fi, if that’s more your thing: ko-fi.com/bernadettebanner Prints of costume renderings: https://www.etsy.com/shop/bernadettebanner For business enquiries only, please: [email protected]
Views: 63511 Bernadette Banner
Getting dressed in the 18th century - working woman
 
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A working woman gets dressed in the fashion of 18th century. From the makers of this video for the Lady Lever Art Gallery in Liverpool: https://youtu.be/UpnwWP3fOSA We have also been commissioned to produce a video on how a man dressed in the 18th century. http://www.periodcostume.co.uk/getting-dressed-in-the-18th-century-working-woman/ Thanks to support from https://www.loveniplaw.co.uk/ Director/Cinematographer: Nick Loven https://www.instagram.com/crowseyeproductions/ https://www.flickr.com/gp/[email protected]/83a22H Producer/Costumier: Pauline Loven https://www.instagram.com/periodwardrobe/ Production Assistant: Lilli Stoddart Woman: Liv Free https://www.instagram.com/thelivfree/ Voice-over: Martha Milne https://www.instagram.com/machinequilter/ Location: Friends Meeting House, Brant Broughton Carpentry: Peter Halse Pottery: Andrew MacDonald of the Pot Shop, Lincoln https://www.facebook.com/potshop1/ Bed Quilt: Martha and Emily Milne Cockerel: Hughie Special thanks to the Friends for permission to use the Meeting House and to Wendy Gwatkin in particular, for all her support at the Meeting House and the loan of antique furniture too! Many thanks to John O’Boyle for allowing us to record his cockerel Hughie!
Views: 5488434 CrowsEyeProductions
Style: “20th Century Design Masters” - Fashion, Beauty & Models by Film&Clips
 
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Style: “20th Century Design Masters” - Fashion, Beauty & Models by Film&Clips ISCRIVITI ORA A FILM&CLIPS: http://bit.ly/Subscribetofilmandclips "Fashion, Beauty & Models" è la nuova playlist di Film&Clips interamente dedicata alla Moda. Ogni venerdì, tantissimi contenuti nuovi con centinaia di modelle, designer, sfilate e celebrità! Playlist "Fashion, Beauty & Models": http://bit.ly/FilmandClipsFashion In questo episodio di "Style", scopriamo quali designer hanno avuto un impatto duraturo sulla moda del 20° secolo. A Parigi, una grande mostra mette in luce l'eredità di Yves Saint Laurent. Vediamo come l’ eredità dello spagnolo Balenciaga, sia diventata parte del suo design. Con più di una carriera di 45 anni, Valentino è celebrato con l’ Artistry of Fashion Award da parte del Consiglio di Alta Moda a FIT. Inoltre, vediamo le sorprendenti biografie di Chanel e Versace che vi lasceranno affascinati. In this issue of "Style", discover which designers had lasting impact on 20th century fashion. In Paris, an extensive exhibition highlights the enduring legacy of Yves Saint Laurent. For Spanish master Balenciaga, see how his heritage became part of his design signature. With over a 45 year career, Valentino is honored with the Artistry of Fashion Award from the Couture Council at FIT. Plus, the astonishing biography of Chanel and Gianni Versace will leave you captivated. Il più bel canale di cinema gratuito e legale di Youtube! The best FREE & LEGAL Youtube Channel: movies, clips, docs, short movies from all around the world - italian, english, spanish, french, deutsch, and other subtitles available! Iscriviti a Film&Clips: http://bit.ly/Subscribetofilmandclips Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/FilmClips-1716901998587585 Twitter: https://twitter.com/filmandclips App: http://bit.ly/AppFilmandClips Tutte le playlist: http://bit.ly/FilmandClipsPlaylists Film&Clips Movie Clips Collection: http://bit.ly/FilmandClipsCollection Film&Clips Original Trailers: http://bit.ly/FilmandClipsTrailers Film&Clips Soft Sexy: http://bit.ly/FilmandClipsSoft Film&Clips English: http://bit.ly/FilmandClipsEnglish Film&Clips Film in Italiano Completi: http://bit.ly/FilmandClipsFilmCompleti Film&Clips Interviste & Backstage: http://bit.ly/FilmandClipsBackstage Film&Clips - Français: http://bit.ly/FilmandClipsFrancais Film&Clips - Español: http://bit.ly/FilmandClipsEspanol Film&Clips - Deutsch: http://bit.ly/FilmandClipsDeutsch Film&Clips - Japanese: http://bit.ly/FilmandClipsJapanese Film&Clips Fashion: http://bit.ly/FilmandClipsFashion Download our App here: http://bit.ly/AppFilmandClips Film & Clips offers a wide selection of FREE & LEGAL movie content on Youtube: full movies, clips, documentaries, short movies, trailers from all around the world in different languages and subtitles. Don't miss our vast array of genres: horror, adventure, drama, comedy, cult and b-movies, spaghetti western, Italian cult movies all free in streaming on our channel.
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Fashion and Visual Culture in the 19th Century: The Girl of the Period - Professor Lynda Nead
 
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The final lecture by Professor Nead covers the quintessential traits of a fashionable young woman in the 19th Century: http://www.gresham.ac.uk/lectures-and-events/fashion-and-visual-culture-in-the-19th-century-the-girl-of-the-period By the second half of the nineteenth century it was believed that respectable young women of the middle classes were imitating the styles and manners of the demi-monde and were thus blurring the necessary visual distinctions between the pure and the fallen. Respectable women had been seduced by the discourse around fashion and had lost their subtle purity and become brash and vulgar. In France, James Tissot painted a series of pictures entitled The Women of Paris, depicting fashionable women in a number of different locations and settings and in England the worrying habits of 'The Girl of the Period' became one of the most pressing issues for social columnists and correspondence in the press. This lecture will examine the representation of these new types of fashionable women and the social implications of the visual confusion of respectable and non-respectable women in the public spaces of Paris and London. The transcript and downloadable versions of the lecture are available from the Gresham College Website: http://www.gresham.ac.uk/lectures-and-events/fashion-and-visual-culture-in-the-19th-century-the-girl-of-the-period Gresham College has been giving free public lectures since 1597. This tradition continues today with all of our five or so public lectures a week being made available for free download from our website. There are currently over 1,500 lectures free to access or download from the website. Website: http://www.gresham.ac.uk Twitter: http://twitter.com/GreshamCollege Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/greshamcollege
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The Age of Adaline Featurette - A Century of Fashion (2015) - Blake Lively, Harrison Ford Movie HD
 
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Subscribe to TRAILERS: http://bit.ly/sxaw6h Subscribe to COMING SOON: http://bit.ly/H2vZUn Like us on FACEBOOK: http://goo.gl/dHs73 Follow us on TWITTER: http://bit.ly/1ghOWmt The Age of Adaline Featurette - A Century of Fashion (2015) - Blake Lively, Harrison Ford Movie HD A young woman, born at the turn of 20th century, is rendered ageless after an accident. After years of a solitary life, she meets a man who might be worth losing her immortality.
Views: 314538 Movieclips Coming Soon
20th CENTURY STYLE ICONS: Madonna
 
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To mark her 60th birthday, The Ultimate Fashion History look back at just what it was that made this Material Girl the stuff of fashion legend. LINKS: www.amandahallay.com www.deanstreetpress.co.uk Join us of Facebook by typing The Ultimate Fashion History in the search.
18th Century Layers (1740-1770)
 
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18th century layers appropriate for the upper-middle class lady or noblewoman, 1740-1770. 1. Before the gown, AKA robe, you begin with the basics: a). Linen chemise (e.g. shift) b). Stockings, silk ribbon garters, and shoes (shoes not included in this video) c). Stays (corset) d). Pockets and a "modesty" slip (not included in video) e). Optional cap and fichu (kerchief tucked about the bosom) If a cap is not going to be worn, it's usually best to have the hair done beforehand, but this is largely optional. For this video, her hair is done in the braided style of 1730-1750. 2. The first layer is one of five hip supports seen in the 18th century. The period 1740-1770 commonly used paniers, pocket hoops or (for 1770) bum rolls. A small set of paniers were used here. 3. Next are the petticoats, usually three or four that may be made out of cheap fabric. Two were used here. Authentic petticoats should have drawstrings that tie in front and back. This made them waist-adjustable, crucial for 18th century frugality. 4. If your ensemble includes a decorative silk taffeta or satin petticoat, put that on. This is the last petticoat that goes on before the gown. 5. You fasten a jacket, gown, redingote (riding coat), etc over the stays with pins (buttons were only used for coats during this time). The typical gowns for 1740-1760 were the mantua, robe à la française (French robe, or gown) and in 1770, the l'anglaise and polonaise, besides a variety of jackets. (See below for more on the robe à la française.) 6. Finally, you baste or pin on the "engageantes," the nice lacy things you see on the elbows. Lace was expensive during the 18th c., so the richer you were, the more lace you had (maids, servants had little to none). They were made separate from the gown for easy laundering. Note: The française was made in two ways: with "closed" or "open" fronts. The open fronts were such that they were cut so that a V-shaped opening over the stomach was filled with a piece of decorative fabric called a "stomacher." The popular kinds of stomacher were covered with silk ruched bows or made to imitate the stay lacings seen on poorer folk. Here, she is putting on a gown with a closed front, which needs no stomacher because the fabric was cut to meet in center front. This particular gown was also made with a stand-up Van Dyke collar, which can be seen in paintings by Fragonard and fashion plates. This wasn't a style you'd see every day, but more or less a fancy ball or masquerade gown.
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I Got A 1950s Makeover
 
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So for our decades series last year we traveled back through time until the 1960s - so I decided to go back another decade and put together an entire look based on the fashion, hair and makeup trends of the 50s! What do you think of the finished look? A big thank you to Kayley Melissa and Gabriela Hernandez for helping us out with our midcentury makeover! Kayley Melissa: https://www.youtube.com/kayleymelissa Besame: https://www.instagram.com/besamecosmetics/ https://besamecosmetics.com/ Stores Visited: What Katie Did Vintage Lingerie https://www.whatkatiedid.com/ Unique Vintage https://www.unique-vintage.com/ Playclothes Vintage Safiya's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/safiyany/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/safiyajn Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/safnygaard/ This video is NOT sponsored! SOURCES Ultimate Fashion History https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q_lJ_Uu6I_0 Survey Of Historic Costume Classic Beauty MUSIC Via Audio Network Assistant Editors: Emily Linden & Claire Wiley
Views: 5476363 Safiya Nygaard
Fashion History: Egyptian Through 18th Century
 
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These are the images used in conjunction with my Middlebury College course, The History of Western Dress. They are provided for student review for the midterm exam.
Views: 48733 Jule Emerson
Getting dressed in the 18th century - pockets
 
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Some more information about 18th century pockets worn by women. Voice over- Matilda Gordon Music - Chris Gordon http://www.chrisgordon.info/ Family - Lucy Gordon, Matilda Gordon, Louie Gordon, Robyn Gordon Woman - Kate Loven Working woman - Liv Free https://www.livfreecreations.co.uk/ Director - Nick Loven https://www.instagram.com/crowseyeproductions/ https://www.flickr.com/gp/[email protected]/83a22H Costume - Pauline Loven https://www.instagram.com/periodwardrobe/ Thanks to support from https://www.loveniplaw.co.uk/
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100 Years of Oscars Fashion | Allure
 
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In celebration of the industry's most prestigious award, we take a look back at red carpet fashion through the decades. Makeup Artist: Emily Amick Hairstylist: Angela Soto Stylist: Sean Dermond Asst Makeup: Cherry Le Asst Hair: Bree Rhodes Asst Hair: Siobhan Quinlan Asst Stylist: Sydney Bowers Still haven’t subscribed to Allure on YouTube? ►► http://bit.ly/AllureYouTubeSub CONNECT WITH ALLURE Web: http://www.allure.com Twitter: http://twitter.com/Allure_magazine Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/allure Google+: https://plus.google.com/+Allure Instagram: http://instagram.com/allure Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/alluremagazine Tumblr: http://allure.tumblr.com The Scene: https://thescene.com/allure Want even more? Subscribe to The Scene: http://bit.ly/subthescene ABOUT ALLURE The best daily makeup tips, skin-care advice, hair tutorials, product reviews, and videos from beauty experts. 100 Years of Oscars Fashion | Allure Producer: Laura Stillo
Views: 1622691 Allure
Kyiv Fashion Museum to Feature Vintage 19th Century Clothes
 
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Collector of vintage clothing, Marina Ivanova, plans to create a museum of fashion in Kyiv. And while this idea awaits realization, Marina has presented a part of her collection at the exhibition "Eternity of Romance." Our correspondent tell us more about the unique clothing and accessories of the Nineteenth Century. One can learn about the fashion of the Nineteenth century not only from historical movies and old photos, but also by seeing such clothing firsthand. Kiev designer Marina Ivanova presented her private collection of elegant dresses and ladies accessories that were popular in Europe almost 200 years ago. [Marina Ivanova, Vintage Clothes Collector]: "I'm a slave of this collection. I have to patch, darn, iron, restore." The exhibition displays some of what was gathered by Marina over 30 years. Each dress has its own history and its purpose. [Anna Varavva, NTD Correspondent]: "These dresses of delicate batiste and lace were designed for walking. They were dressed on corsets, which tightened the waist to 50 cm. But what could not be done for the sake of a beauty?" To create a more expressive silhouette women tied a pillow behind, called a bustle. [Oksana Shevchenko, Exhibation Curator]: "In the photos the last century there were women depicted in some reclining poses, not very natural, but very graceful. In fact, they did not take these postures on purpose. They simply could not just sit down properly, because of all these devices, so they had to recline on the couch in some unnatural position to relax a little." Some dresses have a passport, and even photos of their former owner. [Marina Ivanova, Vintage Clothes Collector]: "This dress I got with a wedding photo. Why is that surprising? I bought it on May 27. When I turned the photo, I saw on the back that these people had a wedding on May 27, 1919. It was so touching for me, that I wanted to open a champagne bottle and celebrate." This dress in the Venetian style made from green taffeta is a wedding gown too. At the end of the 19th century all shades of green were in fashion. And in 1870, some Hariet Hamilton wore it on the day of her wedding. This part of the exhibition includes dresses of the 20th century. Perhaps the most friendly and forgiving to female beauty. Corsets were no longer popular. Dresses were decorated mostly with lace, stones, feathers and flowers. Silk, chiffon and satin were popular at that time. [Marina Ivanova, Vintage Clothes Collector]: "This is from 1912. I got this costume from America. It has very beautiful lacework blouse. Very nice high collar. At that time it was fashionable to wear very large hats, so the neck had to be visually enhanced. So here there are even supporting "bones" in the collar to protect it from falling flat." Visitors to the exhibition have already found a dress to their liking. [Natalia Mashoshina, Visitor]: "Personally, I liked this one. I would put it on, if I were in that century. In my opinion, it is quite a beautiful dress." The collection includes three dozen dresses, about a hundred hats and bags, and a dozen umbrellas. The exhibition has presented only part of them. Marina hopes to put all the exhibits in the Museum of fashion, which is yet to be created. NTD, Kyiv, Ukraine.
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My 18th Century Dress Collection
 
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So for today's video I finally have the companion video for my 18th Century Dress series. The first and second videos are tutorials on how to make the dress and skirt, and this one is me showing all of my hard work over the years, what I have learned from each dress, the mistakes that I have made and how I wear these dresses. Again a disclaimer, my dresses aren't historically accurate, they aren't supposed to be, and I'm fine with that. There is a difference between cosplay and making historically accurate clothing, and these are not it. These are my cosplays and this is a video showing all of them and a whole lot of info about them. I hope you enjoy anyways and have a wonderful day! After this, I plan on showing my individual cosplays as they are completed. Visit my pinterest, linked below, for 18th century inspiration if you plan on making your own dress someday. I am so happy that I finally have this series out I have been wanting to show yall how to make these dresses since 2013 and have had most of this filmed since 2017. Also thank you to my lovely sister for helping me film, take pictures, and always helping with my zipper in the back. You're the best! She was also the troll chasing after me in the beginning. Check her and her amazing cosplays out here: https://www.facebook.com/TheKoopaKid Subtitles will be added within a day or two of uploading. Music: "Hills Behind" "Eine Kleine Nachtmusik" by Mozart, "Requiem in Cello" "Frost Waltz" "Wistful Harp" "Achaidh Cheide Celtic" "Thatched Villagers" "Habanera" by Bizet, "Bellissimo" "English Country Garden" "Blue Danube" by Strauss Like My Art? Visit My Shop! http://taniathepirate.storenvy.com/ Wish List: https://www.amzn.com/w/KOTJJ69WQ6KA FaceBook: https://www.facebook.com/Fairy-Queen-Cosplay-451899371551123/ Instagram: @taniathepirate https://www.instagram.com/taniathepirate/ Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/taniavillman/ Royalty Free Music: http://incompetech.com YouTube Audio Library: https://www.youtube.com/audiolibrary
Views: 657 Tania the Pirate
The Role of Fashion Throughout the 20th Century in America
 
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Fashion in the United States has been remarkably influenced by economics, politics, and the movie and music industry.
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100 Years of Brows | Allure
 
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Discover the history of eyebrows over the last 100 years. Thin, bushy, tattooed: Our intrepid eyebrows have been through it all. That's why we’re paying them the ultimate homage by packing 100 years of brows in under five minutes—with the help of makeup artist and eyebrow specialist Maribeth Madron. Of course by now we’ve mastered the art of the perfect brow. Getting here was a long road, with plenty of sparse zones and wiry strays along the way. While power brows are in right now—we're looking at you, Brooke Shields, our patron saint of arches —a full natural brow wasn't always appreciated in the beauty world. In fact, eyebrow trends have changed a lot over the past century, and this compilation of looks throughout the years will show you the startling versatility of the humble facial feature. It all starts with the unforgettable paper-hin brows of the 1920s, courtesy of screen siren Clara Bow, then moves to the tapered arched brows of the '50s, all the way to the Cara Delevingne–esque brows we're all currently obsessed with. However, as the video plays on you’ll see that it’s not just the shape of eyebrows that has changed. With each new trend comes new tools. In the ‘80s, brow gels helped women achieve full, feathered styles, and waxing grew in popularity during the '90s. (Yeesh. Remember that?) Then there are also the more peculiar trends, like the stack of eyebrow rings at the 2014 Rodarte show or the colorful stains that have probably filled your Instagram feed—if not your own arches—as of late. Maribeth Madron Brows Artist Instagram @mbmadron Still haven’t subscribed to Allure on YouTube? ►► http://bit.ly/AllureYouTubeSub ABOUT ALLURE The best daily makeup tips, skin-care advice, hair tutorials, product reviews, and videos from beauty experts. 100 Years of Brows | Allure
Views: 12139268 Allure
Top 12 Fashion Designers from the past 115 Years
 
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As the ‘South China Morning Post’ turns 115 years old, we look at fashion designers who have stolen our hearts for over a century. There have been many muses over the ages, ranging from legendary figures in history such as Coco Chanel or Yves Saint Laurent, to today’s artists like Guo Pei and Yohji Yamamoto. From little black dresses to futuristic silhouettes, from curves to fit physiques, these icons have redefined beauty and shaped the way we dress in modern times. Find out more: https://www.scmp.com/magazines/style/fashion-beauty/article/2171044/115-years-fashion-12-designers-who-shaped-our-sense
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Laurel Gown: 16th century Venetian Dress Diary
 
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Check out the mirror post at http://www.morgandonner.com/2017/06/laurel-gown/ Since I finished the supportive undergown (the farthingale!), now I can show you the dress I made to go over it! ★Follow me! ★ Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/MorganDonner Etsy: https://www.etsy.com/shop/MorganDonnersParty Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MorganDonnersSewing Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/morgandonner/ My (mostly) Costuming blog: http://www.MorganDonner.com Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/morgandonner/ ★★★ - Products Used in This Video - ★★★ Camera: http://amzn.to/2BDrAKn Favorite Lens (good for low-light!): http://amzn.to/2GueNh3 Pattern Paper: http://amzn.to/2GvEa1J Extra Wide Ironing Board: http://amzn.to/2E08RxK
Views: 79481 Morgan Donner
Fashion and Visual Culture in the 19th Century: Women in Red - Professor Lynda Nead
 
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An examination of how fashion was used as a short hand for morality in the Victorian era: http://www.gresham.ac.uk/lectures-and-events/women-in-red Fashionable dress in the nineteenth century had a moral dimension. Introducing the theme of the morality and modernity of fashion, this lecture considers the visual representation of the fallen women, courtesan and prostitute in the arts of the period. It examines the symbolic language of clothes and the way that it was used to register a woman's fall from respectability to deviancy. Social and moral identities were of great importance in the new public spaces of the nineteenth-century city along with a need to be able to register identities immediately through visual signs. In this context visual images of women's dress and appearance were of great significance in embedding this moral language of clothing. This lecture will draw on medical and religious texts, on literature and on paintings and engravings to set out the relationship between fashion, modernity, art and morality. The transcript and downloadable versions of the lecture are available from the Gresham College website: http://www.gresham.ac.uk/lectures-and-events/women-in-red Gresham College has been giving free public lectures since 1597. This tradition continues today with all of our five or so public lectures a week being made available for free download from our website. There are currently over 1,500 lectures free to access or download from the website. Website: http://www.gresham.ac.uk Twitter: http://twitter.com/GreshamCollege Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/greshamcollege
Views: 10485 Gresham College
Prior Attire Historical Costuming Portfolio: 16th century
 
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A portfolio of images representing the work we have done over the last few years -here 16th century styles - German, Tudor and Elizabethan fashions. Images show mostly commissioned work, but there are also a few of my own garments or stock items shown. we trade at major UK re-enactment markets, but items can be commissioned all year round - drop us a line! www.priorattire.co.uk
Views: 43590 priorattire
100 Years of Glasses | Glamour
 
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Take a look back at the last hundred years of glasses, from the pince-nez spectacles of the 1920s and the cat eyeglasses of the 1950s, to the wire frames of the 1990s and the clear frames trend of the 2010s. Still haven’t subscribed to Glamour on YouTube? ►► http://bit.ly/2gYlQqe 100 Years of Glasses | Glamour
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Hair History: 13th - 15th Century | Late Middle Ages
 
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In this week's episode of hair history we're covering the 13th to early 15th century; the late middle ages! I'm going to spill all the ladie's beauty secrets and tell you all the trends regarding hair in the late middle ages. Topped off with a hair tutorial at the end! My blog: http://www.loepsie.com My vlog channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/LoepsiesLife Follow me on twitter: http://twitter.com/Loepsie Follow me on Instagram: http://instagram.com/Loepsies Like my Facebook page: http://facebook.com/LoepsieOfficial
Views: 224663 Loepsie
Coming Into Fashion Exhibition!
 
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For full exhibition details visit 👉 http://bit.ly/2joPipU Coming into Fashion | A Century of Photography at Condé Nast Fashion photography has gripped us for over 100 years. Many of the legends like Mario Testino, Deborah Turbeville, and Helmut Newton achieved their greatness at the Condé Nast studios in New York, Paris, and London. With unprecedented access to the archives of each city, Coming into Fashion is an exhibition tracking the highlights of this sparkling intersection between photography and fashion. In addition to these images, the exhibition also includes a selection of vintage couture fashion from The Darnell Collection – Australia’s largest private collection of fashion from the late 1700s to the 20th century. The collection’s custodian, author and fashion historian Charlotte Smith, has selected the finest and most iconic pieces to pair with this dramatic retrospective. A curation of seminal fashion films and documentaries will be screening throughout the exhibition season, and over two days of talks and forums, guests will hear international and Australian industry leaders discuss the past, present, and future of the world of fashion. Our regular kids and youth workshop series ArtLab will be themed around fashion for the exhibition period, with a new timeslot of adults to join in the fun. Coming into Fashion: A Century of Photography at Condé Nast is a ticketed exhibition on display at Gold Coast City Gallery 25 November 2017 until 18 February 2018.
Styleclicker - documenting 21st century fashion | Video of the day
 
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The fashion blog Styleclicker has acquired an enthusiastic following. Founder Gunnar Haemmerle uses his eagle eye to capture interesting faces and outfits on the streets of Berlin, Munich and other cities around the world. Now his stylish photos are being featured in a museum exhibition.
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100 Years of Lips | Allure
 
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Take a look back at the last century of lips, from the defined cupid's bow of the 1920s and the beet-stained lips of the 1940s, to the white-pink mod lipstick of the 1960s and the glossy lips of the 2000s. Talent/Makeup Artists: Emily Amick https://www.emilyamick.com/ Yuii Vision http://yuuivision.com Still haven’t subscribed to Allure on YouTube? ►► http://bit.ly/AllureYouTubeSub ABOUT ALLURE The best daily makeup tips, skin-care advice, hair tutorials, product reviews, and videos from beauty experts. 100 Years of Lips | Allure
Views: 5939342 Allure
Hair History: 16th Century | Renaissance
 
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In today's episode of Hair History, we're going over the 16th century, also known as the middle of the renaissance. We see two different major fashions in this period. One is a continuation of the middle parting with braids that was so popular in the 15th century, and the other is an increasingly high hairstyle with a large pouf at the front of the head, in the style of Elizabeth I. Subscribe to my channel http://bit.ly/1zW6zZB My blog: http://www.loepsie.com My vlog channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/LoepsiesLife Follow me on twitter: http://twitter.com/Loepsie Follow me on Instagram: http://instagram.com/Loepsies Like my Facebook page: http://facebook.com/LoepsieOfficial
Views: 39432 Loepsie
Unique show celebrates century of performance fashion in Zimbabwe
 
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A unique show celebrating a century of fashion through ballet was held on Saturday night in Harare. It gave ballet dancers a chance to show that their form of dance is still alive and well.
Views: 105 CGTN Africa
Le Lever - getting dressed in the 18th century
 
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Writer/Director/Editor: Thorsten Kleinschmidt // DoP: Conny Beissler shot on location: http://www.schlossbruehl.de/Home in collaboration with Venez-y-Voir, visit: http://www.venezyvoir.de/
Views: 84964 Thorsten Kleinschmidt
Men's Hat Etiquette - Rules for Wearing & Removing Hats
 
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Click here to learn more about HAT ETIQUETTE: https://www.gentlemansgazette.com/mens-hat-etiquette-guide/?utm_campaign=social-lead-gen&utm_medium=video&utm_source=youtube&utm_content=hat-etiquette&utm_term=youtube-description Hat Anatomy 101: https://gentl.mn/2QPCk3R How To Get The Right Hat For Your Face Shape: https://gentl.mn/2GeOQ91 SHOP THE VIDEO: 1. Knit Tie in Mottled Blue and Brown - https://gentl.mn/2QKQgwa 2. Dark Blue Linen Pocket Square with White Handrolled X Stitch - https://gentl.mn/2Pz0XwS 3. Light Blue Veronica Persica Boutonniere - https://gentl.mn/2SJCUxd 4. Silver Eagle Claw Cufflinks with Lapis Lazuli Balls - https://gentl.mn/2rxaHhC Bill Thompson's original blog post: http://dresslikeagrownup.blogspot.com/2011/07/hatiquette.html A great many menswear sources, if they do offer advice on hat etiquette, will typically advise that the most basic rule to remember is to wear your hat when outdoors and to take it off indoors. While this advice may end up working out for the wearer, let's say 75 to 80 percent of the time, we believe that there's a better central starting point for approaching hat etiquette which is as follows: Wear your hat in public spaces and take it off in private spaces. Stated simply, a private space is any place where people live, work, or pay a fee to enter. Anything else is generally going to be considered public. Here then are some more specific examples of this philosophy in practice. A house is a private space but the foyer or entryway just inside the door can be considered a public space. This goes back to the era when a butler would typically greet guests at the door and take their hats and coats. Similarly, an apartment is a private space but their surrounding hallways, as well as the lobby, are public. This same general rule is typically true for hotels with the added caveat that spaces reserved specifically for hotel guests such as the pool or lounge are also considered private spaces. One unique distinction for apartment buildings, hotels, and other such multi florid spaces, an elevator is considered a private space. This goes back to the days when most elevators still had human operators. As such, you would consider the elevator the operator's office. Related to the concept of entry fees are membership dues. As such, any club with specific members is also considered to be a private space. And there you have it! Using this public space private space motto, the hatted gentleman can be sure that he's always observing proper etiquette when wearing his hat or as the case may be, not wearing it. The question remains, however, why remove the hat in private spaces, to begin with? The answer is that the uncovering of the head is a sign of deference that goes back millennia. It's usually done to signal an acknowledgment of intrusion or to show basic gratitude. In other words, the hallmarks of a gentleman. This brings us to one final piece of hat etiquette for today, the practice of tipping the hat to others while out and about. The tradition of tipping one's hat has its roots in bowing to show respect. A practice that was common across various cultures for centuries. When hats became the dominant fashion for men and bowing was still common practice, the hat would have to be removed when a man bent from the waist so that it didn't hit the floor. Bowing would gradually become less extreme over the course of the 19th century, culminating in the simple hat tip by the 20th century. These days in the 21st century, even that practice can seem a little outdated. If you're a regular hat wearer and feel totally comfortable in headwear, you can give a hat tip to people regardless of gender these days too but if you feel that the behavior would seem affected coming from you, you can go ahead and skip the tip. In conclusion then, even if you don't commit to memory every single example we outlined in today's video, you can still be sure that by following the basic model of the public space private space paradigm, you as a hat-wearing gentleman will be courteous with your stylish headwear. So which of the etiquette rules we covered today came as the biggest surprise to you? --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Want to stay updated? Sign up here for free: https://gentl.mn/2PwlpyA Want to see more videos? Subscribe to our channel! https://www.youtube.com/user/thegentlemansgazette --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Gentleman's Gazette https://www.gentlemansgazette.com/ https://gentl.mn/2Qp3bEy Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/gentlemansgazette FREE EBOOK: https://gentl.mn/2PwlpyA #menshats #hatetiquette #notsponsored
Views: 13756 Gentleman's Gazette

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