Coco Chanel. Search her up.
The US was prospering very much in the economics, and new fashion trends were starting to pop up such as Flappers.
Look up fashion in the 1920s. im doin a 1920s psrty at my school and im her. im wearing a cream dresswith flowery lace fabric pearls and shoes to match. i saw a painting of her with a bue dress. but color wasnt in the 1920s. so u wont get a precise answer. Looking up women buisness fashion in the 1920s wont help bcuz there were rarely any politician women, she was a first. hope i helped!:)
Madeleine Vionnet was a French fashion designer during the 1920s and 1930s.
Short haircuts for women, which came into fashion in the 1920s, remain popular today. Since the 1920s, it has always been socially acceptable for women to wear skirts that do not reach their ankles.
A great place to find information on 1920's fashion is at the library. There are books that cover different time periods and they way people dressed during those time periods. Another way to get information about 1920's fashion is to visit websites like "V is for Vintage".
Fashion in the 20`s started off a fashion revolution! It made fashion who it is today because of the flapper dress. That dress lead designers to see there is more that women would want to wear. It also created a lot of big high fashion designers we still have today!
fashion journalism is like blogging and WRITING about fashion. however fashion media is like store commercials, fashionshows and things like that hope this helps
The lighthearted, forward-looking attitude and fashions of the late 1920s lingered through most of 1930, but by the end of that year the effects of the Great Depression began to affect the public, and a more conservative approach to fashion displaced that of the 1920s. For women, skirts became longer and the waistline was returned up to its normal position in an attempt to bring back the traditional "womanly" look. Other aspects of fashion from the 1920s took longer to phase out.Cloche hats remained popular until about 1933 while short hair remained popular for many women until late in the 1930s. The cloche hat is a fitted, bell-shaped hat that was popular during the 1920s. (Cloche is the French word for bell).
Dance in 1920s was very pupular and people like to dance and have fun so that means dance was so wounderful in the 1920s because you see people dancing all the time wherever they.
Fashion has always had a pretty short memory. The 1920s saw lots of money sloshing around, lots of breaks with tradition and generational disagreement between "flappers" and "matrons." By the 1930s, economic trouble meant that fashion fell pretty low on most people's lists of priorities. Certainly the end of the Great War was a distant influence by then.
Women's fashion became less constricting because of the ease of movement required to work in factories, etc. (which the women were doing because the men were off at war)
Entertainment changed in the 1920s by new radios, movies, music like jazz, and etc.
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if you have a passion for fashion... like you love it!
In 1919, Women in the United States gained the right to vote and were liberated from many previous restrictions of the past. Before the 1920s, women wore plain floor length dresses with tight corsets and had very long hair. A fashion revolution occurred in the 1920s. Women wore knee length dresses, bobbed their hair and pile themselves with accessories such as long pearl necklaces, gloves and headbands. Fur, sequins, fringe, diamonds and feathers were abundant in fashion. The glamorous fashion reflected the booming economy also known as "the roaring twenties". Drop waisted dress were common as were cloche hats and kitten heels. Fashion changed in the 1920s to accommodate the new lifestyles of people who now went out dancing every weekend. Fashion needed to be easy to move in but still look good.
No they tend to focus more on the policies the US government had and how that caused the great depression.
They were much the same as now.