12-4 - Neo-classicism to Industrial Revolution 1793 Terror...

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Neo-classicism to Industrial Revolution 1793 “Terror” Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette Executed, Directoire established
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1790-1820 NeoClassicism/Directoire Departures from typical fashion evolution… Women-waistlines rise, slender silhouette Men-waistline rises, wide lapels (Incroyable, frock) Changing male ideals-plain, dark, unadorned, suits Tailoring important 1818, tape measure/Brooks Bros . Beau Brummel, male fashion icon, minimalist style sideburns-first fashionable facial hair in over century
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1840-1860 Industrial Revolution Men Cutaway becomes tailcoat, only evening Sack coat (closest to modern) Decorative waistcoat disappearing Stripes, checks, patterns; some dandies accessorize Power weaving, cylinder printing-cheaper fabrics By 1860, fashion journalism global…
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1815-1848 Romantic (1790-1840 women) Neoclassical-beginning of consistent historic revival (Pompeii, classical Greek) “Stays” reduced temporarily, patterned cottons day, dark/heavy evening 1820s, back to natural waist, volume increases, X
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This note was uploaded on 04/18/2011 for the course AD 100 taught by Professor Deborah during the Winter '08 term at Indiana.

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12-4 - Neo-classicism to Industrial Revolution 1793 Terror...

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