So, I believe, that fashion is far less important than many people think.
It does not necessarily make you popular and successful. But if you are following it blindly, it is very likely to make you look ridiculous and not very well-to-do.
Fashion communicates meanings that have individual and social significance.
Society, cultures, gender and even political authority have impacted fashion over the years.
This was the first time in history that jeans were not just worn by the working class but by all men (“Brief History”).
The man’s lust for flesh grew during this time, so women’s skirts began to get shorter and the bikini was invented.People began to gain their own personal style and appearance, influenced by films and singers (“Vintage Fashion”).Their styles incorporated leather, jeans, corduroy, and the ballet shoes for the girls. Men would wear a leather jacket, with jeans that narrowed at the bottom, and a simple t-shirt (Peacock 210-211).Clothing styles characterize certain designs which represent the culture that wears the clothing.Designers continue to try to direct their ideas to a transforming Around 1947, after the end of World War II that Christian Dior introduced “Kings” style.The Years between the 1950’s and 1960’s was an explosive time in fashion.The 50’s represented an out coming of the new generation.The women were also introduced to stylish hats and distinctive hairstyles with curls.The men’s style didn’t see many changes expect that the war jackets were now distant, and they followed a narrow shoulder and hip pattern in everything they wore (“Brief History”).Clothes were made to glorify the female body and emphasize every curve.It wasn’t until the Barbie doll was created in the late 50’s that young girls began to have a separate fashion from their mothers.