目前分類：西方服裝史 Western Costume History (18)
- Apr 01 Mon 2013 13:18
- Feb 17 Sun 2013 11:21
Tres riches heures du Duc de Berry of the Fifteenth Century records many of the beautiful garments worn in France in the late Medieval Period. The houppelande becomes the fashion of the time, and rich colours, exaggerated long sleeves, and other types of decorative costume elements present the wealth of the people wearing the garments.
- Jan 20 Sun 2013 10:30
- Jan 13 Sun 2013 11:24
The art of this period in the 11th- to 12th-century Europe were greatly influenced with Byzantine art. People in sculptures and paintings are often in curved positions, and the costumes were also soft and flowy.
- Jan 06 Sun 2013 13:11
- Dec 30 Sun 2012 10:07
This is when clothing started to become very decorative with patterns and decorations. Also, with the uprising of Christianity, it was important for people to conceal as much of their bodies with clothing as possible.
- Dec 16 Sun 2012 09:09
With Greek fashion as its foundation, the Romans adopted a lot of the basic garments of the Greeks and reshaped them into their own styles. Being a nation of battle and war, the Roman men started to shave and have shorter hair.
- Dec 09 Sun 2012 08:04
This culture was buried under the shadow of Greece. Situated in the central regions of Italy, they were prosperous during the Greek Archaic Period.
- Dec 02 Sun 2012 09:35
Another one of my favourite periods in history, Ancient Greece is a a culture ir arts, philosophy, and fascinating myths. Their costumes give a softer, more flowing feeling than the formerly-mentioned Egyptians, and are the foundation of the Roman costumes, which will be coming up soon!
- Nov 22 Thu 2012 08:52
- Nov 18 Sun 2012 09:37
- Nov 15 Thu 2012 09:19
I've decided to start posting the costume history illustrations I made for my professor! There will be a series of these drawings introducing the evolution of costume in Western history, starting from Ancient Mesopotamia to Egypt, to Greek, Rome, and all the way to the 1960s/70s. Enjoy!