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Amber Jane Butchart: Fashion Historian. BBC Breakfast, September 2012
Amber Butchart appearing on BBC Breakfast discussing Margaret Thatcher's style.
Views: 4896 Amber Jane
In this episode of The Ultimate Fashion History, we're heading into the stylish 1950s where Mid-Century optimism clashed with Cold War paranoia, and where the return to femininity seen in Dior's 'New Look' and the chic sophistication of the Chanel Cardigan Suit lay in stark contract to both the leather-clad rockers and/or the finger-clicking Beatniks of the burgeoning teenage subculture. An era of contrasts and dichotomies, it's no wonder that the '50s was the golden age of cocktails!
History Of Fashion - Episode 1: The Beginning
In this episode, Vintage2Versace's John Knight explores the fashions of the late 19th and early 20th centuries, including the iconic Madame X dress and the pioneering work of Paul Poiret and Mariano Fortuny. Please subscribe for a new episode every Saturday. Film by MASON MELLINS for Vintage2Versace.
Views: 68897 Vintage2Versace
In this episode, The Ultimate Fashion History is "gonna get MEDIEVAL on your ass!" with both female and male attire from the 12th, 13th, 14th, and 15th Centuries. We have all your Medieval needs covered right here - everything from the elegant 'bliaut' to the 'cotehardie', and from 'mi-parti' (the original color blocking) to the popular 'houppelande'. We also look at Medieval headdresses (who can forget the hennin?), hair and beauty. Enjoy with SPECIAL THANKS to my friends at PRIOR ATTIRE for their beautifully rendered and absolutely authentic Medieval gowns! (Check out their channel for more Fashion History!) https://www.youtube.com/user/priorattire
Selfridges presents Shakespeare ReFASHIONed 5x15 Talk: Amber Butchart on Shakespeare
Prepare to witness a performance like no other as we refashion Shakespeare’s works for our wild and modern times, marking 400 years since The Bard’s death. To open our campaign we invited five eminent speakers to discuss their relationship with Shakespeare’s works. They are actor, director and writer Simon Callow CBE, fashion designer Zandra Rhodes, perfumier Roja Dove, fashion historian and author Amber Butchart and spoken word artist James Massiah. Unmistakably Shakespeare. Uniquely Selfridges. Let the performance begin! Discover the campaign http://slfrd.gs/29h3uee #GetTheeToASelfridges Produced in collaboration with 5x15.
Views: 4179 Selfridges
We all think we know Regency fashion from Jane Austen adaptations, but the reasons behind this drastic change in silhouette are far more political than one could ever guess. Menswear of the 1800s-1820s saw an even more remarkable change than womenswear, forming a menswear standard that would endure until today. Enjoy.
Fashion History (1700-1900)
A history of fashion, with bits of other information.
Views: 207901 Amy Harshbarger
The fashion history of designer Lilli Ann with Fashion Historian Liz Tregenza
*Scarlet Rage Vintage* www.scarletragevintage.com Instagram @scarletragevintage *Liz Tregenza* www.advantageinvintage.co. Instagram @liztregenza *Filmed & Edited By* Victoria Chetley www.victoriachetley.com Instagram @victoriachetley Image & Credits chronicallyvintage.com freshlygiven.com http://vintagefashionguild.org http://noaccountingfortaste.com http://pintuckstyle.blogspot.co.uk
Fashion is Dark Age Europe was not perhaps at its height, but what The Anglo-Saxons may have lacked in their simple tunics, they more than made up for with their gorgeous gold and bronze cloisonne. Yet it was Charlemagne and The Carolingian Renaissance that put Western Europe of the fashion map in The Dark Ages, and costume of the Carolingians remains amongst fashion's most sumptuous! Enjoy.
Ancient Germanic History - ROBERT SEPEHR
The Hermann Monument commemorates a Germanic war chief who led an alliance of tribes that ambushed and annihilated three Roman legions in the Battle of the Teutoburg Forest in 9 AD. In AD 98, the Roman historian Cornelius Tacitus wrote a text called “About the Origin and Mores of the Germanic Peoples,” or Germania, as it came to be called. In the 1940's, the Germania was taught in German schools and widely celebrated as a comprehensive account of the ancient Germanic people. https://atlanteangardens.blogspot.com/2018/08/ancient-germanic-history-robert-sepehr.html The rune stones of the Viking period were erected in memory of mostly powerful people and their honorable deeds, intended to be visible, painted in bright colors, and they often stood near roads or bridges, not necessarily placed at the burial of the person they commemorated. The Vikings also used runes for magic. The beautiful music in this video is performed by Emelie Waldken, and she is playing the Nyckelharpa, a traditional Swedish string instrument similar in appearance to a fiddle. You can hear the song in its entirety, and learn more about this instrument here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bk7qO-cCYZ8 Robert Sepehr is an author, producer, and anthropologist. http://www.amazon.com/Robert-Sepehr/e/B00XTAB1YC/ Thank you for supporting Atlantean Gardens! https://www.patreon.com/user?u=5703352
Views: 27914 Atlantean Gardens
100 Years of Beauty - Poland
[POLSKIE TŁUMACZENIE PONIŻEJ] I’ve been waiting for someone to do it, but since no one volunteered, I shot it myself – here’s a video in the style of “100 Years of Beauty In…” – this time, a Polish edition. watching other videos like this, I felt like the Polish one would be different, because of our messy and difficult history. we never really had a chance to be very fashionable until the last three decades – with no access to modern fashion or make up brands, practically no fashion industry of our own, and lack of money to afford the fancy clothes, which were rarely even available. still, even amongst huge political conflicts and changes, women would style their hair, make their own clothes, and put a lot of effort into looking stylish. I left the 2010s „blank”, because it’s a decade that still hasn’t closed, and it’s fresh enough for all of us Polish women to have different experiences and memories surrounding it. also, it’s up to us what it’s going to be remembered for anyway! making this video was incredibly hard for me. not only because I had to transform myself 11 times, and not only because it was very emotional, but because it’s just so difficult to be “objective”, especially when talking about a period of history that is this broad. that’s why I’d like to apologize to anyone that feels the video misrepresents what actually happened, or focuses on things that are not considered historically important. I was doing my best to find one event or historical fact that affected women in each decade (and it so happens that a lot of these revolve around Polish political systems). my choices weren’t based on political sympathies, but rather on what I thought could be widely considered a thing that affected large numbers – but not always all - of women in Poland in the given era. for example, I am aware not everyone was imprisoned in the 1950s, or actively fought the government in the 1970s and the 1980s, and most of the people led quite ordinary lives. it’s also hard to portray a single look for one decade, especially after 1960s, where different people chose different styles and you could be equally fashionable sporting a punk leather jacket as you would be wearing a classy padded jacket and an elegant hat. I hope you understand that! DISCLAIMER: I myself am not Jewish and obviously am far from understanding even a glimpse of what the Jews have been through and the trauma their ancestors are dealing with to this day. I was wearing the band as a character I chose to portray. all looks are based on Polish photos and videos from the eras. [POLISH] czekałam na polską wersję tak długo, że aż zrobiłam ją sama. w internecie pojawiły się już różne „edycje” – amerykańska, hinduska, rosyjska, ale ja miałam wrażenie, że polska byłaby zupełnie inna – głównie dlatego, że przez ostatnie stulecie nie mieliśmy zbyt wiele okazji, by wyglądać modnie. i co jest absolutnie godne podziwu, mimo wszystkich przemian politycznych i zawirowań historii kobiety robiły wiele, żeby i tak być stylowymi. lata 10. XXI wieku zostawiłam “puste”, bo ta dekada jeszcze się nie skończyła i moim zdaniem jest za świeża, żeby można było podsumować ją jednym wydarzeniem. zresztą jestem pewna, że dla każdej Polki co innego zasługuje na wspomnienie. praca nad tym filmikiem była dość ciężka – nie tylko ze względu na 11 przemian, jakie musiałam przemyśleć, przygotować i w końcu wyegzekwować na sobie w ciągu jednego dnia, i nie tylko dlatego, że było to dość emocjonalne przeżycie, ale głównie z tego powodu, że jest bardzo ciężko być obiektywnym, zwłaszcza biorąc się za temat tak szeroki. dlatego z góry przepraszam, jeśli ktoś uważa, że wybrałam nieznaczące wydarzenia lub błędnie podsumowałam dekady. starałam się znaleźć po jednym wydarzeniu historycznym, które wpłynęło na polskie kobiety w danej dekadzie (a tak się składa, że spora część z nich ma jakiś związek z sytuacją polityczną w danym okresie). nie kierowałam się własnymi sympatiami, ale starałam się wybrać te wydarzenia lub nastroje społeczne, które mogły w jakiś sposób wpłynąć na dużą liczbę kobiet w naszym kraju (choć oczywiście nie wszystkie!). zdaję sobie sprawę, że nie wszyscy lata 50. spędzili w więzieniu, a lata 70. na ulicznych protestach. poza tym, kolejną trudnością było wybranie jednej sylwetki na każdą dekadę, zwłaszcza po latach 60., kiedy ludzie zaczęli ubierać się w różnych stylach, i równie modne było założenie skórzanej kurtki co eleganckiego żakietu i kapelusza. mam nadzieję, że mimo to udało mi się sportretować choć ułamek tego, jak wyglądały Polki w ubiegłym stuleciu. wszystkie stroje inspirowane były oryginalnymi polskimi fotografiami i filmami dokumentalnymi. ____________ My Instagram: http://bit.ly/2ki6VTq My blog: http://bit.ly/2nnB89S
Views: 804032 Karolina Żebrowska
100 Years of Bobbed Hair - The Closet Historian
100 years of bobbed hair, the haircut that never goes out of style! I have always enjoyed several eras, so I thought I would try styling one bob haircut for each decade going back a hundred years or so through fashion history. Most decades had many different ways of styling a bob haircut, and through most of the second half of the 20th century one could have gotten away with wearing it down and straight with the ends slightly curled under. For the 1960s I was going for more of a big haired Marilyn Monroe style look rather than the usual mod style, and the hardest decades to do were the the 1970s (no layers in my hair meant minimal Farrah Fawcett flip) and the 2000s. I'm just not a fan of early 2000's make-up looks, and I based mine off of 2004-2007 era photos of pop stars mostly. Obviously the early 2000s bob was usually much shorter in the back like Victoria Beckham always had it, but I wasn't going to cut my hair for this! This video took ages to put together so I hope you enjoyed the time travel :) (EDIT: ...and I just noticed the flaw after the end of the video where there is a bunch of black...classic! sorry about that!) More from me? The Closet Historian Blog: http://theclosethistorian.blogspot.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/theclosethi... Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/theclosethis... Tumblr: http://theclosethistorian.tumblr.com/ Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/bmesposito/ Thanks for watching! Music: Breaktime - Silent Film Light by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Source: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1100302 Artist: http://incompetech.com/ Shine on Harvest Moon, E's Jammy Jams Jazz Piano Bar, Doug Maxwell/Media Right Productions True To The Flag 4:07 United States Marine Band Kool Kats by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Source: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1100601 Artist: http://incompetech.com/ Please Tell Me, Silent Partner Twin Shine, Silent Partner Grassy Hill, Huma-Huma Feels Good 2 B by Audionautix is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Artist: http://audionautix.com/ Beat Your Competition 2:53 Vibe Tracks Other stock: Film projector sound: https://youtu.be/it4vOMqK2yk GE commercial: https://youtu.be/B5deSc-GNyw Vista Vision Logo: https://youtu.be/KBouiXwU7m8 VHS static: https://youtu.be/sgHz35ikAkY
Views: 6314 TheClosetHistorian
Lets Cook History: The Medieval Feast (Medieval Documentary) | Timeline
Check out our new website for more incredible history documentaries: HD and ad-free. http://bit.ly/2O6zUsK In contrast with the common representation of the middle ages as a gloomy era haunted with famine, this episode provides a more positive view on medieval cuisine. Throughout Europe, medieval kitchens were often filled with innovative, healthy and savory dishes. Enjoy the elaborate information on the preparation of bread, meat, wine and herbs consumed in castles, monasteries and the growing cities.
Fashion in 18th-Century Paris
Maxwell Barr, designer of period costumes, explores fashion in the prosperous world of 18th-century Paris at this demonstration offered in conjunction with the exhibition "Paris: Life & Luxury" at the Getty Center.
Views: 136200 The Getty
Grayson Perry meets transgender fashion historian EJ | BORN RISKY
Grayson Perry meets EJ, a transgender fashion historian who braves his fears to challenge gender stereotypes. Watch more here: http://www.channel4.com/programmes/born-risky-grayson-perry
Views: 5211 Channel 4
17th-century dress recovered from shipwreck
In August 2014, the Texel Diving Club recovered a box filled with perfectly preserved clothing from a 17th-century shipwreck under the sands of the Wadden Sea near the island of Texel off the coast of North Holland. A silk damask gown in near-perfect condition was recovered along with a jacket, silk bodices woven with gold and silver thread and silk knee socks. Other artifacts were recovered from the shipwreck such as Italian pottery, a silver gilt vessel, a red velvet pouch embroidered with silver thread that contained a two-sided lice comb made of cow horn, pomanders (spheres with pleasant-smelling contents to offset foul odors) and a number of leather book covers. One of them is stamped in gold with the coat of arms of King Charles I. Historians believe that the lady who wore this lavish wardrobe was likely the Scottish lady-in-waiting Jean Kerr, Countess of Roxburghe the confidante of English Queen Henrietta Maria. Experts on the English House of Stuart found a letter written on March 17, 1642, from Princess Elizabeth Stuart, who mentioned that her sister-in-law Henrietta's baggage ships had gone down, carrying vessels from her private chapel, as well as the clothing of her ladies-in-waiting. The collection serves as a kind of time capsule that reveals the clothing tastes of the elite of the period.
Views: 165337 BQM
Historian Lisa Hilton discusses Marie Antoinette's lifestyle and fashion (Vlog)
Before the French Revolution, King Louis the Sixteenth and his wife Marie Antoinette enjoyed living at Versailles as if it were a setting for Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous. But by 1789, with the country in turmoil, Marie Antoinette had become a magnet for the hatred of the masses due to her life of excess. She was famous for reportedly saying, "Let them eat cake", when told that the people had no bread. Was Marie Antoinette really the dim-witted celebrity she was made out to be? Was she truly a victim of a revolution she didn't understand? This video is associated with our full segment on Marie Antoinette in the episode Inside the Chateau de Versailles, Paris. Stream every episode of Museum Secrets at Vimeo On Demand: http://vimeo.com/ondemand/museumsecrets and VHX: http://museumsecrets.vhx.tv/ MUSEUM SECRETS is a hit TV series and rich media website that travels to the world's extraordinary museums, revealing the stories of irreplaceable treasures, probing familiar legends and assumptions, and using cutting edge research and technology to investigate the unknown. The series is produced by Kensington Communications Inc. for History (Canada) and is narrated by acclaimed actor, Colm Feore. You can also buy MUSEUM SECRETS Volume 1 on DVD: http://kensingtontv.com/store/store_browse.php?projectdisplay=ms Website: http://www.museumsecrets.tv Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/museumsecrets Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/museumsecrets YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/museumsecrets Flickr: http://www.flickr.com/photos/museumsecrets Tumblr: http://museumsecrets.tumblr.com/ Google+: https://plus.google.com/u/0/106512282068242238435/posts
History Inspired Makeup Tutorial - Elizabeth I | Feat. Amber Butchart and Rebecca Butterworth
Join Fashion Historian Amber Butchart and Makeup Artist Rebecca Butterworth at Kenilworth Castle as we show you how to create an Elizabeth I-inspired look at home. Watch Actor Annette Chown transform into Elizabeth I and learn about the iconic queen's visit to Kenilworth Castle in 1575 with English Heritage Historian Richard Nevell. Visit Kenilworth Castle and Elizabethan Garden: https://goo.gl/EmYvqv Images courtesy of Alamy Images. SUBSCRIBE TO OUR YOUTUBE CHANNEL: https://goo.gl/c5lVBJ FIND A PLACE TO VISIT: https://goo.gl/86w2F6 VISIT OUR BLOG: https://goo.gl/DumtLo LIKE US ON FACEBOOK: https://goo.gl/Un5F2X FOLLOW US ON TWITTER: https://goo.gl/p1EoGh FOLLOW US ON INSTAGRAM: https://goo.gl/PFzmY5
Views: 1016237 English Heritage
Baroque: From St Peter's to St Paul's - Part One (Art History Documentary)
Check out our new website for more incredible history documentaries: HD and ad-free. http://bit.ly/2O6zUsK This first episode begins at St Peter's in Rome and details the birth of the Baroque tradition as it burst forth in Italy. This programme features outstanding high definition footage of St Peter's Basilica, as well as other gems of the Italian Baroque. Three-part series exploring the Baroque tradition in many of its key locations. Starting in Italy and following the spread of the wildfire across Europe and beyond, art critic Waldemar Januszczak takes a tour of the best examples of Baroque to be found, and tells the best stories behind those works. Content licensed from DRG. Any queries, please contact us at: [email protected] Produced by BBC
1930s Fashion Brought to Life at Eltham Palace
To see more of our videos, subscribe here: bit.ly/EnglishHeritageYouTube Social Historian Ruth Goodman visited the stunning Art Deco mansion Eltham Palace with her daughter Eve for dress-up, daydreaming and more. Find out more here: http://ow.ly/MQIae Featured models: - Sonia Aldeaga - Susan Hodgetts - Vanessa Quinney
Views: 46673 English Heritage
"Fashion is a Story of Youth Culture" Jessica Glasscock (Fashion Historian) | VFILES
Jessica Glasscock, research associate in the Costume Institute & Parsons professor, sits down with us at 12 Mercer to discuss the value of style, self-expression & the importance of knowing your fashion history. Follow Jessica Glasscock on VFILES: https://www.vfiles.com/profile/jessicaglasscock/vfiles VFILES is the place to discover, collaborate, and create what’s next. Enter our world: http://www.vfiles.com/ Follow VFILES everywhere ^_^ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/vfiles Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/vfiles/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thevfiles/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/VFILES
Views: 256 VFILES
ASMR Book Haul: Amber Butchart Fashion Historian
This an ASMR book haul and flipthrough of the books by Amber Butchart who presented the excellent show A Stitch In Time. The books shown in this video: Amber Jane Butchart's Fashion Miscellany: An Elegant Collection of Stories, Quotations, Tips & Trivia from the World of Style (2014, Ilex Press: ISBN 978-1781571385) Nautical Chic (2015, Harry N. Abrams: ISBN 9781419716195 The Fashion of Film: Fashion design inspired by cinema (2016, Octopus Books: ISBN 9781784721763) Fashion Illustration in Britain: Society and the Seasons (British Library Publishing: ISBN 9780712352000) Thank You For Watching :D
Views: 331 CuriosityRocks
Why did Soldiers Fight in Colorful Uniforms? | Animated History
Try Dashlane here: https://www.dashlane.com/armchairhistorian Get 10% off now with my promo code: armchairhistorian Sources: Barnes, Major R. Money, A History of the Regiments and Uniforms of the British Army, London: Sphere Books Limited, 1972 Carman, W.Y., Richard Simkin's Uniforms of the British Army; Infantry, Royal Artillery, Royal Engineers and other corps, Exeter, England: Webb & Bower, 1985 Chandler, David (Gen.Ed.), The Oxford Illustrated History of the British Army, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1994 Mollo, John, Military FAshion, New York, G.P. Putnam's Sons, 1972 www.warhistoryonline.com Polybius, Histories, (www.perseus.tufts.edu) https://www.warhistoryonline.com/history/11-military-uniforms-got-soldiers_killed.html Andrew Knighton https://www.warhistoryonline.com/napoleon/statues-uniforms-napoleon-celebrated.html Andrew Knighton Music: Yonder Hill and Dale by Aaron Kenny Victoria 2: Oh I'm a Good ol' Rebel Victoria 2: Countryside Additional Information: Victoria II. Copyright © 2018 Paradox Interactive AB. www.paradoxplaza.com This video is sponsored by Dashlane
Views: 75950 The Armchair Historian
Esmod Dubai's guest fashion historian Alexandre Vassiliev on Dubai One TV
Esmod Dubai's guest Alexandre Vassiliev interviewed today on Dubai One TV
Views: 5621 Esmod Dubai
Spring Festival highlights: Fashion, film and glitz
Fashion historian Amber Jane Butchart and editor of Clothes on Film Christopher Laverty on vintage fashion, film and Boardwalk Empire. Plus The Vintage Mafia take over the Library for a night of Jazz Age glamour with Alex Mendham & His Orchestra. For fashion, film, design and all things creative at the British Library, read our blog 'Inspired by' at www.bl.uk/blogs.
Views: 592 The British Library
CC41 Labels with Fashion Historian Liz Tregenza
*Scarlet Rage Vintage* www.scarletragevintage.com Instagram: @scarletragevintage *Special Guest: Liz Tregenza* www.advantageinvintage.co.uk Instagram: @liztregenza Books: www.amazon.co.uk/Style-Me-Vintage-Practical-Inspirational/dp/1909815934/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1475187930&sr=1-1&keywords=liz+tregenza *Image credits* acatamongthepigeons.blogspot.com thevintageknitter.blogspot.com totalvintage.com and obviously liz’s blog post *Filmed & Edited by Victoria Chetley* www.victoriachetley.com Instagram: @victoriachetley
How to see vintage Levi's 501s | FASHION AS DESIGN
Explore the Levi's archives where the world's best collection of vintage Levi's denim are kept, including the oldest pair of blue jeans in the world, a pair of 501s, with Levi's historian, Tracey Panek. FASHION AS DESIGN is a new course by MoMA that explores a selection of garments from around the world—ranging from Kente cloth to jeans to 3D-printed dresses. Each week will begin with a conversation between the course instructors—Paola Antonelli, Michelle Fisher, and Stephanie Kramer—that introduces the themes, items, and questions that we will explore. Sign-up: http://mo.ma/fashionasdesign Subscribe for our latest videos, and invitations to live events: http://mo.ma/subscribe Explore our collection online: http://mo.ma/art Plan your visit in-person: http://mo.ma/visit Commit to art and ideas. Support MoMA by becoming a member today: https://moma.org/join The comments and opinions expressed in this video are those of the speaker alone, and do not represent the views of The Museum of Modern Art, its personnel, or any artist.  #art #museumofmodernart #moma #museum #modernart #levis #511s #denim #jeans #vintage #fashion #archives #fashionasdesign #momaitems
Views: 311693 The Museum of Modern Art
Fashion historian Ivan Sayers
Babes & Bathers: History of the Swimsuit is on now at the Vancouver Maritime Museum. Fashion historian Ivan Sayers, who contributed many of the pieces to the exhibit, joins The Rush to speak with Fiona Forbes about how beach fashion has changed dramatically from the 1890s to the 1990s.
Views: 282 The Rush on Shaw TV
Need to Know | October 11, 2018 | Fashion historian John A. Tiffany on the late Eleanor Lambert
Fashion Week of Rochester 2018 kicked off last week showcasing the work and talent of local clothing designers. That “fashion week” concept, which is celebrated by cities around the globe, was first introduced by legendary fashion publicist the late Eleanor Lambert. Lambert is credited for putting American fashion on the global map. Renowned fashion historian, author, and lecturer, John A. Tiffany, beautifully captures Lambert’s story and legacy in his book Eleanor Lambert: Still Here. Tiffany stopped by Need to Know during a recent visit to Western New York to share Lambert’s story, give us a glimpse into his new work, and to explain the impact of clothing on our culture, our society, and our lives.
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Marie Antoinette, Queen of Fashion
Lecture by Caroline Weber, associate professor, department of French and Romance Philogy At Barnard College
Views: 172272 University of Michigan
Interview with Fashion Historian Ivan Sayers
Ivan Sayers takes us through the history of European women's fashion throughout the years. Credit: Jessie Sohpaul Jason D'Souza Judy Zheng and Ivan Sayers
Views: 357 Jessie Sohpaul
I Got A 1950s Makeover
So for our decades series last year we traveled back through time until the 1960s - so I decided to go back another decade and put together an entire look based on the fashion, hair and makeup trends of the 50s! What do you think of the finished look? A big thank you to Kayley Melissa and Gabriela Hernandez for helping us out with our midcentury makeover! Kayley Melissa: https://www.youtube.com/kayleymelissa Besame: https://www.instagram.com/besamecosmetics/ https://besamecosmetics.com/ Stores Visited: What Katie Did Vintage Lingerie https://www.whatkatiedid.com/ Unique Vintage https://www.unique-vintage.com/ Playclothes Vintage Safiya's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/safiyany/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/safiyajn Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/safnygaard/ This video is NOT sponsored! SOURCES Ultimate Fashion History https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q_lJ_Uu6I_0 Survey Of Historic Costume Classic Beauty MUSIC Via Audio Network Assistant Editors: Emily Linden & Claire Wiley
Views: 4210400 Safiya Nygaard
Musings of a fashion historian
What does a fashion historian do in her spare time, you may wonder? In answer to such an unquestionably pressing doubt, here's a little clip of me, let loose at Bath's Fashion Museum!!!
Views: 22 Giulia Mari
United - British Heritage | London's Autumn Season
Amber Butchart, a leading fashion historian and author, is your guide to the city’s unique history and heritage. Amber enjoys experiencing London’s history through events that combine historical dress, society and culture. In partnership with visitlondon.com and Heathrow Express.
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About Fashion Expert Nancy Deihl | Fashion Designers
Watch more Fashion Designers and Fashion Brands videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/500177-About-Fashion-Expert-Nancy-Deihl-Fashion-Designers Hi. My name is Nancy Deihl, I'm a fashion historian and the Director of the Graduate Program in Costume Studies at NYU. In my work, I look at the history of fashion in the context of what's going on in the world. My area of specialty is the history of fashion and textiles from 1850 to the present. And in my work, I try to look at fashion through the context of society. Brands have become really important, and they really drive the way people decide what to buy, how to dress, and how they want to present themselves to the world. For brands like Chanel, Gucci, and Dior, are known for desirable clothes, jewelry, and accessories. Many people don't know about the heritage and history of these illustrious names. So now I want to talk to you a little bit about these brands.
Views: 1589 Howcast
Fashion Historian Ivan Sayers on Studio 4 with Host Fanny Kiefer
Fashion Historian Ivan Sayers is a guest on Studio 4 on Shaw TV and offers a sample from his upcoming fashion show Here Comes the Bride. www.OCMS.ca
Views: 407 Fanny Kiefer
Ivan Sayers Presents Fashion History at VCAD
Find more information at http://youtube.vcad.ca/ Follow us on Facebook: http://facebook.com/vcad.ca Follow us on Twitter: http://twitter.com/VCAD Fashion historian Ivan Sayers presents his unique take on Fashion of the 20th Century at the Visual College of Art and Design (VCAD).
Views: 865 VCAD
Scarlet Rage Vintage Introduces Fashion Historian Liz Tregenza
Scarlet Rage Vintage: Website www.scarletragevintage.com Instagram @scarletragevintage Facebook: Scarlet Rage Vintage Liz Tregeza: Instagram @Liztregenza Blog www.advantageinvintage.co.uk Style Me Vintage 1940s Book https://www.etsy.com/uk/listing/259028638/style-me-vintage-1940-by-liz-tregenza-me?ref=shop_home_feat_2 Style Me Vintage Accessories Book https://www.etsy.com/uk/listing/206002612/style-me-vintage-accessories-by-naomi?ref=shop_home_feat_1 Filmed & Edited by Victoria Chetley Instagram @victoriachetley
Valerie Steele talks about French fashion designer Jean Paul Gaultier
Fashion historian, Valerie Steele on French fashion designer Jean Paul Gaultier's influence on the fashion world. The Montreal Museum of Fine Arts is showing a thematic exhibition of his life's work, "The Fashion World of Jean Paul Gaultier: From the Sidewalk to the Catwalk" from June 17 to October 2, 2011.
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Fashion à la Figaro: Spanish Style on the French Stage
Kimberly Chrisman-Campbell, fashion historian. The 2012 discovery of a drawing by Jean Honoré Fragonard (1732–1806) depicting his so-called fantasy figures is the inspiration for a revelatory exhibition of the corresponding paintings—rapidly executed, brightly colored portraits of lavishly costumed individuals, including the National Gallery of Art’s Young Girl Reading (c. 1769). Fragonard’s Fantasy Figures, on view from October 8 through December 3, 2017, examines the 18th-century Parisian world of new money, unexpected social alliances, and extravagant fashions from which these paintings emerged. In this lecture held on November 26, 2017, Kimberly Chrisman-Campbell explores the profound effects that Pierre Augustin Caron de Beaumarchais’s Figaro trilogy had on French fashion—though less familiar than the work's well-documented impact on society and politics, these influences were nonetheless transformative. Among his many careers, Beaumarchais had spied for Louis XV in Spain, and his Figaro trilogy drew upon his knowledge of Spanish culture, custom, and costume. The plays—and the operas they inspired—popularized fashionable interpretations of traditional Spanish dress, prolonging the vogue for fantasy portraits à l’espagnole in France.
Lucy Adlington, Great War Fashion
Lucy Adlington answers our question: how did she become a fashion historian when she originally has a masters in medieval plagues?
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Fauna in Fashion Part 1: Objects - Ivan Sayers
Fashion historian Ivan Sayers talks about the use of animal products in historical western fashion. Featuring items from the collections of Ivan Sayers and Claus Jahnke. Ivan Sayers Ivan Sayers was born in Cornwall, Ontario and moved to British Columbia at the age of two. He graduated in 1969 from the University of British Columbia with a degree in Classical Studies and in 1970 began his museum career as a volunteer at the Museum of Vancouver where he eventually served as Curator of History from 1976 to 1990. Mr. Sayers has collected costume since he was a teenager and now has one of the finest privately owned collections of period clothing in Canada with men's, women's, and children's clothing and accessories dating from c.1690 to the present. He has been producing lectures, exhibitions, and fashion shows on historic fashion and social history for over forty years and is a regular lecturer at most of the local universities and colleges. He has received awards from the British Columbia Fashion Designers Association and was given a distinguished service award by the British Columbia Museum Association in October, 2010. Claus Jahnke Claus Jahnke was born in Edmonton, Alberta and brought up in the Okanagan Valley of BC. He studied fashion merchandizing in Vancouver, graduating in 1982. He has collected historic clothing since he was a very young man, specializing in fashionable, occupational and recreational costume made in Germany and Austria from 1732 to the 1960's. Items from his collection have been shown at various museums, including the Museum of Vancouver, the Royal Ontario Museum in Toronto, and the Fashion Institute of Technology in New York. His most important exhibition to date, hosted by the Vancouver Holocaust Education Centre, was called "Broken Threads" and illustrated the destruction of the Jewish garment industry in Germany and Austria under fascism. Mr. Jahnke and his work were recently the subject of a photograph by the well known Canadian artist, Jeff Wall.
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Revealing Garments: A Brief History of Women's Underwear
Underwear takes the stage in this talk by H. Kristina Haugland, associate curator of Costume and Textiles at the Philadelphia Museum of Art. The history of feminine undergarments—corsets and drawers, bustles and brassieres, stockings and shoulder pads—reflects changing ideals of women's figures and societal roles, and reveals that ideas of beauty, hygiene, modesty and respectability are both remarkably transitory and enlightening. Drawing from works of art, advertisements, cartoons, literary sources and surviving garments, this generously illustrated lecture enhances the understanding of past and present attitudes and aesthetics. Supported in part by the Art Institute of Indianapolis.
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Coming Into Fashion - On Now!
For full exhibition details visit 👉 http://bit.ly/2joPipU Coming into Fashion | A Century of Photography at Condé Nast Fashion photography has gripped us for over 100 years. Many of the legends like Mario Testino, Deborah Turbeville, and Helmut Newton achieved their greatness at the Condé Nast studios in New York, Paris, and London. With unprecedented access to the archives of each city, Coming into Fashion is an exhibition tracking the highlights of this sparkling intersection between photography and fashion. In addition to these images, the exhibition also includes a selection of vintage couture fashion from The Darnell Collection – Australia’s largest private collection of fashion from the late 1700s to the 20th century. The collection’s custodian, author and fashion historian Charlotte Smith, has selected the finest and most iconic pieces to pair with this dramatic retrospective. A curation of seminal fashion films and documentaries will be screening throughout the exhibition season, and over two days of talks and forums, guests will hear international and Australian industry leaders discuss the past, present, and future of the world of fashion. Our regular kids and youth workshop series ArtLab will be themed around fashion for the exhibition period, with a new timeslot of adults to join in the fun. Coming into Fashion: A Century of Photography at Condé Nast is a ticketed exhibition on display at Gold Coast City Gallery 25 November 2017 until 18 February 2018.
Interview with dress historian Birthe Weijkamp
In this interview, we ask fashion historian Birthe Weijkamp the ins and outs of curating a big fashion show. Also, she will give fashion students advice how to work in the field of fashion.
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