The fifties saw a return to femminity, the british fashion industry started to develop moving away from the u.s styles and fabrics were being introduced by british designers who were celebrating the female hourglass shape. More and more silhouettes were merging with dior using A-line styles and princess style dresses.
Fashion in the 1970s was daring, carefree, and diverse most of the clothing were tight . For women, skirts ranged from extremely long to drastically short and fabrics were bright and boldly patterned. Men wore their shirts tight, their trouser-legs wide and their moustaches long. 'Hippie' styles of dress entered the mainstream and new ethnic-inspired fashion imitated styles from all corners of the world.
Fashion was truly globalised in the 1990s, as new technology like the internet enabled fashion trends to rapidly disseminate between cultures. Dressing for comfort was also a key trend in Australia in the 1990s, as sportswear established itself as a mainstream fashion trend and new stretchy fabrics became widely used.
HOW FASHION WAS INFLUENCED BY TECHNOLOGY
technology and communication was not a real big influencer for fashion in the 1950 because only a few families were able to afford televisions.
technology and communication was influencing more fashion as T.V became more affordable and popular, young ladys and men were more influenced by hippie styles.
As the introduction of tv grew and grew their was some changes like colour tv, Colour t.v influence fashion because it wasn't just a black and white dress or suit on the t.v people could take inspiration on the style and colour of the clothing.
The 1950'S, 1970'S, 1990'S FASHION INFLUENCE TIMELINE