TXMI 3210 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Georges Braque, Long Hair, Femininity

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8/18/16 fashion expresses social, economic, cultural, and political movements. Industrial revolutions lead to faster production to meet the consumers desire: power loom-1785-mechanized loom powered by water then later steam. Lead to industrial centers built around water: cotton gin-1793-separated cotton fibers from cotton seeds. Used to have to separate by hand-long and tedious progress: spinning jenny-1794-multi-spindle spinning frame used during weaving. Provides a frame for wool to be woven: sewing machine-1830-inc in production time, synthetic dyes-1870-lead to increase in color and flashiness of fashion. Fashion needed technology to make progress and innovations. Bon marche-first department store in paris: provided lower quality and higher quality garments in the same place. Fashion production and distribution increased which allowed companies to make greater profits-birth of fashion industries. Establishments called attention to fashion: exposed to changing garments. Introduction of visual merchandising and promotional techniques so people would desire what is in there.

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