Name: Kirsten Yee Mun Wong Student ID: 004542 Batch: BAD2014111 Subject: THD 104 Design Theory 1 Topic: In What Ways Has France Been Important to The Fashion Industry? Title: Influential French Designers in the Early Twentieth Century During Modernism Period Paris, the capital city of France has been the fashion capital of the Western world from the seventeenth century to the twenty-first century. France has been known as one of the important part of the fashion industry as it is in lead along with other countries due to its great reformation. One of the elements that France has been important to the Fashion industry is there are plenty of great fashion designers had been produced in the country itself. Those designers had produced modernist designs thus made a fashion revolution.
French society was divided into three estates. The higher and lower clergy were opposites as the higher clergy lived expensive lives whilst the lower clergy did not gain any wealth however they served every other estate. The second estate is divided into nobles, who are divided into court and provincial nobles. Court nobles were similar to the higher clergy as they obtained wealth and had a lack of interest in the needs of the people however the provincial nobles were similar to the peasants as they cared for the people and did not share the same values as the other nobles. The third estate was sub-divided into the poor and the bourgeoisie.
It was expected that they paid taxes, worked and waged war for the crown - even though they could hardly afford to provide for themselves. But philosophers like Immanuel Kant had begun to question the whole idea of religion. For the first time, the question of the resurrection of human nature and rights was questioned - could it really fit the king's right to wealth when the general would starve? How was it fair? The whole dramatic situation motivated the general people to make their own national assembly.
Do as thou wilt, for I have done with thee,” (5.3.114) and leaves the room. And what makes this scenario even worse is that Lady Capulet was in a similar situation when she married Lord Capulet. From the knowledge given in the book, it is estimated that Lady Capulet had Juliet at age 14. Even the Lord mentions how marrying young can “marr” young women. He says, “And too soon marr 'd are those so early made.” (1.2.283) He mentions this while talking to Paris when Paris asked for Juliet 's hand in marriage.
Her adopted daughter Nil remains in illusions about her Maman. She suffers the loss of her identity living in France as she feels culturally dislocated. She feels that she has become a shattered piece of self. Nila Wahdati told many lies to her. She painted her character in new bright colors in her interviews.
Because of his young age, his uncle, Edward Seymour, took control of the country for some time. It was during Edward VI’s reign that England became extremely Protestant, as the King was strongly Protestant himself. Unfortunately, Edward VI fell sick with measles, smallpox with a mixture of tuberculosis and died a painful death at fifteen. Before his death, he granted his cousin Lady Jane Grey the throne instead of his sister the Lady Mary under persuasive efforts from the Duke of Northumberland. Lady Jane Grey was sadly only Queen of England for nine days as a result of the heavy revolts from the supporters of Lady Mary, the rightful heir to the throne.
The presence of the political system, absolutism in which a single person rules in the form of a national monarchy, began to grow because of the religious wars that took place after the Protestant Reformation in the 16th and 17th centuries. This was the system enforced in France up until the 18th century when a burst of knowledge, known as the Enlightenment arose and people began to challenge the social, political and economic foundations of their country. The morale and newfound information from this led to the French Revolution in which the middle and lower classes of France rose up against the absolute ruler, King Louis XVI, was a turning point in history, causing major changes to not only the people of France but also many other nations and regions around the globe. A major downside of the revolution was the abundance of hypocrisy seen as they fought for liberty, equality, and fraternity but in the process violated each and everyone of them. While King Louis XVI and Queen Marie Antoinette sat in their beautiful castle bathing in luxury and wealth, the people of France were plagued with social, political and economic struggles that their leaders ignored.
They created a national assembly and many new laws and declarations to keep things fair. For women things had to be fought harder and more frequent to make a change in their role in society. In the french revolution women became more recognized and respected, giving them more social, economic, and political opportunities, which would have a large effect on how women were treated from then on. The French Revolution was one of the most troubling and dramatic events in French history. The first thing that sparked the revolution was a rebellion called the Storming of the Bastille.
The outcome of the Haitian Revolution was in favor of the slaves on the island because they gained their freedom from the French and Spanish. On the other hand, in France, members of the Third Estate led a revolt against the monarchy in hopes that by overthrowing the monarchy, they would be granted a constitution and a new assembly would be created with delegates of the Third Estate. Although the radicals were successful and a National Assembly was created, there were still problems. The worsening economic issues had not been solved and many citizens did not gain any rights. When the Revolution took a radical turn in 1792, the French Republic was formed.
Eventually, this incident caused Victoria's popularity soared. In 21 November 1840, Victoria’s first daughter, as well as named Victoria, was born. Queen Victoria really hated pregnancy, breast-feeding, and she thought newborn babies were ugly. Nevertheless, over the next seventeen years, she and Albert had eight children. Moreover, most of her kids married into the other Europe Royal
Some of the things that happened soon after they passed the Stamp Act was colonial resistance. Colonists did not want to be taxed on a war they didn 't even fight in or have a say in. The war was France and Britain fighting over who got control over North America. All the colonists were doing was living there and the war did not involve them. Also, violators of the Stamp Act could be tried and convicted without juries in the vice-admiralty courts.
She had several husbands and secret lovers that caused problems with her ruling. Having a complicated personal life and being politically immature led to the decapitation of Mary Queen of Scots at the age of forty-four on February 8, 1587. At the age of five, Mary Queen of Scots was sent to France to be protected from the English. In France,
Dhuoda lived in the age after Charlemagne, when his son Louis the Pious’s three successors split up his kingdom into three pieces. It was an age of civil war and military strife. Dhuoda was the wife of a Carolingian Duke named Bernard, and the mother of two boys: William, the oldest, for whom she writes her "Liber Manualis," or "Manual," and Bernard II. She began her manual in November of 841, and completed it in February of 843, while living in separation of her husband and sons. According to the Catholic Encyclopedia, her son William was effectively being held hostage at the Court of Charles the Bald, while her son, Bernard, was away with her husband in Aquitaine.
Congress wrote up laws to punish the rebels but because of the Article of Confederation, congress could not raise up an army so that meant that federal government could not stop the rebellion. The government should have come together soon after this and made the decision to make better laws for the government to control the people.I can see why the people rebelled but it was originally the peoples fault for not helping the government fund the war but it was also the government fault for not thinking about all the scenarios before making the law. The rebellion then went on until the state of Massachusetts made up an army and fought Shay’s Rebellion. Shay’s lost the battle and those who survived were put to death. The aftermath of the catastrophe made the people see how weak the Articles of Confederation really was.
Considering Henry’s growing affections for one of her ladies-in-waiting, Jane Seymour, Anne knew her life was at stake. In May of 1536, she was beheaded for the fabricated accusation of adultery. Ten days later, obviously glad to be rid of Anne, Henry was wed to Jane