Fashion History is essentially the history of
It is well know that high
fashion typically travels by the speed of light. New trends are
starting each day and in all honesty it is often difficult to stay
current on the latest fashion trends. Fashion statements are being
made be individuals nearly every moment of every day. You can ask
any clothing buyer and they will most likely tell you that successful
retailing is primarily based on being "on trend" (having in your store
the items that are most currently in fashion). Anyway, we all
understand that it is difficult to keep up with the pace of fashion.
However, fashion history is slightly easier to monitor. Regarding
history, we can take our time to look to the past...
Learn about another era in fashion:
1550-1600 Fashion History
1600-1650 Fashion History
1750-1795 Fashion History
1830's-1840's Fashion History
1860's Fashion History
1870's Fashion History
1890's Fashion History
1970's Fashion History
1990's Fashion History
You may also wish to learn about the
As you are most likely already aware, clothing is
not the only aspect of fashion history. Clothes are produced by
using many components and processes. Here are a few pieces of
history for your reference.
If you wish to
learn more about fashion, we suggest you visit the
apparel education department here on
Apparel Search. From there you will find educational resources
such as international
fashion schools to aid you with further education.
If you are less interested in fashion history, you
may have an interest in current fashion. You can learn about the
latest fashion from the
articles section or our fashion guide.
You may also want to read our article on
Time Line of Fashion From the Victorian Era Through the 1950's