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INTRODUCTION History of Dress and Fashion TXMI 4290 Fall 2011
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DEFINITIONS  Clothing   Costume  Dress  Appearance  Fashion
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CLOTHING   Refers to any  garment or  material  covering any  part of the  body
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COSTUME   Style of dress  peculiar to a  nation, period, or  occasion.  Different from  everyday  DRESS.
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DRESS “ALL MODIFICATIONS AND SUPPLEMENTATIONS  OF A PERSON’S APPEARANCE” DRESS AND ACCESSORIES  MAKEUP AND JEWELRY POSTURE CORSETING, PADDING SURGICAL ALTERATIONS
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APPEARANC E   How a person  presents itself  in public
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FASHION   Prevailing style  or mode or  expression in  a place or  period
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FASHION A taste shared by  many  for a short period  of time. 
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FUNCTIONS OF DRESS
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FUNCTIONS OF DRESS DRESS is not essential for living Decoration is a primary purpose
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FUNCTIONS OF DRESS Practical Purposes: Protection To Carry Things
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FUNCTIONS OF DRESS Group membership Uniform
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