Final exam review for history of costume

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15:14 Final exam review for history of costume 25 multiple choice 15 matching 10 slide identifications test focused on 20 th  century 1900 – Edwardian the “s” curve was achieved with a corset. new American woman was fabricated by Charles Gibson “ Gibson girl”  pompadour. Epitome of modern woman, riding bicycle etc. delpos gown, mariano portuni evoking ancient Greece, gives a new look for  the jetset. 1910-1920 hobble skirt=new silhouette designed by paul poiret. Dependant on orientalism. Draped sleeves, etc. Automobiling costume = wore veils over hats 1920’s Arrow shirts “crisp”, era of F. Scott Fitzgerald The flapper Women turned into the figure of younger boys, some women bound their  breast. Skirt shorter, hair shorter. Designers = Chanel, Madeline voinnet  Vius cut, little black dress, Chanel used jersey for suits, comfortable clothes 
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This note was uploaded on 05/09/2011 for the course FMAD 3250 taught by Professor Botkin during the Spring '11 term at Georgia Southern University .

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