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The youth of America embraced their new sense of liberty and looked forward to creating their own culture which embraced society’s new values. As for changes in fashion, the huge influence of Parisian designers like Chanel and Lanvin revolutionised fashion and style. According to Marie Claire magazine women’s style loosened up as the corsets came off, the skirts got shorter and trousers for women were in for the first time. While comfort ruled, the efforts were still fabulous as showgirls like Josephine Baker, Clara Bow and Greta Garbo became the Cara Delevigne, Gigi Hadid and Kendall Jenner’s of the decade. There was far more to women’s fashion in the 1920’s than the iconic Flapper look!
Solange Knowles Natural Hairstyle: Super-long box braids Songbird and model Solange Knowles looks stunningly gorgeous showing off her super-long box braids styled as a simple up-do. Box braids are fashionable and classic and they fit all face shapes and styles. And if you have them put in at a salon their price is middle range, but you can also buy the hair and put them in at home yourself. Even if you have them put in at home or at a hair salon, braided extension will take time, but it will be worth it when it is finished. Just remember the 6 week deadline to keep your natural hair healthy.
the use of past fashions as a source of inspiration for fashion designers and students- an approach that Westwood takes toward the majority of her collections, the ‘Mini-Crini’ an obvious example as it is an amalgamation of 19th Century crinoline and the 1960’s Mini - two iconic styles of dress representing entirely different eras of fashion. The ‘Crini' concoction clearly showcases the designer’s rich engagement with history on a number of levels. “The Mini-Crini of S/S 1986 played with the ideas of a heightened femininity by framing the body in a swaying bell-shaped skirt, a flirtatiously abbreviated version of the mid-nineteenth century crinoline.” (Arnold, 2002) …blending garments and eras that are seemingly so incongruous, in this case miniskirt, corset and crinoline, she creates clothes that are visually jarring, bringing together familiar elements seen in countless other images, yet fracturing their usual meanings by placing them in a new context. (Arnold, 2002)
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The book I am reading is called Trading Faces by Julia DeVillers and Jennifer Roy. This book is about twins named Emma and Payton. Emma is the kind of girl who is studious, smart and never gets a bad grade, on the other hand Payton is a “fashionista” as written in the blurb. The genre of this book is realistic fiction.
(Working Title) With her face on the cover of every magazine, big screen, and news channel, everyone wanted to be just like her. Brigitte Bardot was a french model, actress, and singer who was known for her tacky, silly, cheap clothing. Aside from her looks, she was also an actress who starred in many movies such as Crazy For Love, Contempt, and Viva Maria! Brigitte set the bar for how women should feel about themselves, especially in the 1960s when women weren’t treated equally. Brigitte Bardot was a fashion icon in the 1960s, because she wore and modeled unique, bold clothing, she was a successful female actress, and she set an example of how much confidence women should have.
With so much attention drawn to them at anytime, celebrities are always seen as having the perfect hairstyle, outfit, and make up. This greatly influences the fashion industry. Clothing sold in many department stores often try to imitate a celebrity’s look. Some celebrities even get the chance to have their own fashion line in chain department stores like Wal-Mart. Many girls who strive to always keep up with the current trends are often victims of falling for a celebrity’s look, no matter how ridiculous
Girls tend to have their hair black, straight and long, they wear brand clothes with pride, as: Ed Hardy, Coach, Dolce & Gabbana, Louis Vuitton, Gucci and Armani. The label and brands are combined with bright sparkles and letters that decorate their expensive clothes; same happens with their shoes, their dark glasses and their big bags. They have invented words that are used as adjectives to identify this genre, such as “Arremangado” that means “strong”.
Mary Molly Haydock but was often known as Mary Reibey and the lady on the twenty-dollar note. She was an Englishwoman who went from a convict to one of the most successful businesswomen in the colony of New South Wales. Reibey was born on the 12th May 1777 in Bury, Lancashire, England; Mary Reibey and was orphaned at only age of two so she was raised by her grandmother after her parents had died.
Future poet Lucy Terry was born in West Africa. The exact date of her birth is unknown, though it is thought she might have been born as early as the 1720s. Historical records on Lucy’s life are extremely limited and thus details of her history have been taken away from scholarly research and conjecture. Lucy was captured when she was a very young girl by slave traders who brought her to Rhode Island. There she was believed to have been first bought by Samuel Terry, who lived in Enfield, Connecticut.
The Governmental Legend of the South “What the people want is very simple they want an America as good its promised. “Barbara’s parents were Arlyne and Benjamin she had two older sisters, Bernie and Rose Mary. Barbara was born on February 21, 1936.Barabra was a critized by her parents by not speaking correct English. They urged her to become a music director or a teacher, because they said that was only good for a black women at the time. Her sister did become a music teacher.
Katherine Dunham was a revolutionary African American anthropologist, choreographer and dancer of the twentieth century. Dunham was born on June 22, to an African American father and a French Canadian mother in Chicago 1909. In her early life, Dunham pursued and earned her bachelor, master and doctoral degrees in anthropology while pursuing dance as a topic of interest at the University of Chicago. She originally attended college at the request of her family, whom persuaded her into a teaching career. She later, became the first African American women to attend and earn these degrees at the school.
A superintendent, Gus Sayer, from South Hadley High School informed the staff and students about the fifteen year old Phoebe Prince's death. However, the small town of South Hadley already knew Phoebe Prince was dead. The message about Phoebe Prince’s death was sent out on Thursday and by Friday there was a student-run candlelight vigil on the school's softball field. Local papers began to say students knew Phoebe Prince was miserable at school. These local papers had horrible headlines such as “Teenager Bullied to Death” and “...Phoebe Prince 15, Suspected of Committing Suicide Because of Bullying”.