The issue of the veil has come to represent the essence of Islam, not only to the West, but also to Muslim Conservatives and Fundamentalists. To some in the West, the veil represents repression and constriction of women’s freedom and choice, limiting their capacity for self-determination. However, some Muslims would argue that women must veil because it is a first step towards restoring true Islam and a defiance against the West Interventionist policies (Lazreg, Why Women Should Not Wear the Veil, pg. 113). Additionally, the idea of freedom as the ultimate value, is a western standard and that for some, piety is more important.
Bollywood has for long exerted a deep influence on popular Indian fashion. Any outfit that embellish by an actor or actress in a hit movie instantly becomes a prime clothing trend for tailors to reproduce. The ready-made industry manufactures these clothes in bulk and the designs are named after the character or movie, so that public will come and buy the product that’s in their favorite movie or worn by their favorite actor/actress. The fashion industries take advantage of this trend by launching their clothes and jewelry in movies. Not only that, top
The climate in the middle colonies was relatively hot. This caused a longer growing season compared to New England’s. The rain and sunshine was ideal. This combined with mostly plains (a few hills) and the rich soil (which was scraped down from New England) made the land very fertile. This land was good for rye, corn, wheat and also some vegetables.
When tailoring first started out people often had to be sewn into their clothes making getting dressed difficult. Tailored clothes were also designed with much more aesthetic detail such as pictures being “embroidered by hand” (Source 2. 5) which meant clothes took hours upon hours to finish. These fancy clothes were a symbol of wealth because only the rich could afford to have these clothes custom made for them. Lower or middle class people often had their own family members making clothes for them because they could not afford to have a tailor.
I like to make a good first impression, and have my clothes express my character. Just like Ismene, I also wear dresses and sandals; as they suit me quite nicely. Even though this story is from the 500 B.Cs, our fashion senses are very parallel; therefore showing, how close she and I’s physical features are
The chemistry of dyeing has been around for a pretty long time, proving that it is an important process to most civilizations. In fact the process has been common since as far as 2600 BC. Back then dyes were made of natural pigments mixed with oil or water to decorate items and caves. Fast forward to over two hundred years ago and dyes were extremely important during the first industrial revolution. They helped boost the textile industry and motivated scientists to research the composition of natural dyes.
Off a branch of the miniskirt “A-line mini dresses were also popular during the 1960’s. A-line dress was designed in many fabrics, colors, and patterns and is a style still frequently seen today”(Vintage Clothing Guide: 1960s Fashion). Statement sleeves and collars started to grow in the world of fashion and was soon seen in a variety of other styles too. Women in the 60’s could wear a wide variety of colors, patterns and materials. They could wear anything from a miniskirt, to the newer sports clothes.
Amul is popularly known as “the taste of India”, it is the most trusted brand for dairy products in India. It is the oldest dairy product brand and is existing in the market for more than 6 decades. • Quality Marketing and Advertising strategies Amul has been known for its advertisement campaigns. It usually builds on the theme of current happenings in the country and often use humor as the tool to convey the message. Amul's longest running advertisement campaign has also found a place in the Guinness Book of World Records.
The Role of the Costume Designer in Modern Dance One of the most crucial but often looked over people involved in a performance are the costume designers. Costume Designers have a specific job with goals they must achieve by manipulating the use of certain tools, fabrics, colors, and texture. A costume designer’s goals can be easily broken down into five different categories. These categories include establishing the tone, time and place, character information, aiding the performer, and coordinating with the director. The tone and style of the performance should represent to the audience the approach of the performance and what image they are trying to achieve.