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FMD 250 Lecture 13: FMD 250WI-20th Century 1960-1980
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Spring 2017

Department
Fashion Merchandising and Design
Course Code
FMD 250
Professor
usha Chowdhary
Lecture
13

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FMD 250WI- 20th Century 1960-1980
Moed fro Ne Look to cotrastig style
Ready-to-wear or pret-a-porter market had Americans had flourished
Art Movements that influenced fashion:
o Op Art
o Pop Art
Artists began to make clothing items out of art known as wearable art
No-Bra-Bra: soft fabric used as a compromise between going bra-less
and wearing a bra
No-Bra-Bra
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Women’s Udergarets:
o Wore nylon pantyhose
o Bodysuits and stockings
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find more resources at oneclass.com FMD 250WI- 20 Century 1960-1980  Mo▯ed fro▯ ▯Ne▯ Look▯ to co▯trasti▯g style  Ready-to-wear or pret-a-porter market had Americans had flourished  Art Movements that influenced fashion: o Op Art o Pop Art  Artists began to make clothing items out of art known as wearable art  No-Bra-Bra: soft fabric used as a compromise between going bra-less and wearing a bra No-Bra-Bra find more resources at oneclass.com find more resources at oneclass.com  Women’s U▯dergar▯e▯ts: o Wore nylon pantyhose o Bodysuits and stockings 2 find more resources at oneclass.com find more resources at oneclass.com  Wo▯e▯’s Dresses/Garments: o Empire waistline o A-line shapes with dresses flaring slightly from neck to hem o Dresses falling straight from a yoke at the shoulder o Dresses unfitted through the torso and with a flounce joined to the hem at the knee o Outdoor clothing was short and loosely fitted  Hairstyles/Headdresses from 1960-1980:
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