3. What is fashion?
It’s what designers create for a select population which later
becomes a trend.
Fashion is the accepted day to day way of dressing at a given time. If you see
everyone wearing the same color or style when they have not been the trend
before, such is "in-fashion."
French Fashion designer COCO(Gabrielle )Chanel once said: «
Fashion is not something that exists in dresses only ,Fashion
is in the sky , in the street Fashion has to do with ideas the
way live what is hapenning.
4. Why People Wear Clothes?
• Traditionally clothes primarily worn for protection from the
environment, for privacy and to enhance beauty.
5. Travel changed FASHION
• From Bangadesh to India, Baghdad to Moorish Spain; Turkey to
Middle East and USA to china it change.
6. Where fashion began?
France – considered the center of fashion for almost 400 years from 1600s
into the 1900s. Especially in Paris.
In the 1600s, French royalty and wealthy landowners employed their own
dressmakers and tailors.
8. Fashion design
Fashion design is the designing and creating of new
The more unique your creations, the more successful
It’s a glamorous career with a lot of money to be made.
Fashion designer can be described as the person who
got knowledge and skills in designing clothes using all
the materials such as fabrics and designing it in any
kind of styles and fashion.
9. WHY DOES FASHION CHANGE?
• Fashion change because people change
• We always want something new. Clothing change for practicable
reasons, for appropriateness for the season, and for adaptation to
environment situation. In some cases the popularity of fashion
continue for many seasons because of the combinations of these
• “Take the blue jeans” as an example (It’s choice)
10. KINDS OF FASHION
• Haute Couture - French word meaning high fashion. It means one-
of-a-kind. These include designers' original designs or clothing that
are custom made.
• Ready to wear - Term used to describe mass produced garments.
These include designers' originals manufactured to a certain number
for department stores and offered at lower prices.
• Fad-- A fashion with a sudden burst of popularity or novelty
that “catches on.”
11. OPPOSITE ENDS OF FASHION
Classic :- Town & Country or the emphasis of business and corporate look,..
CONSERVATIVE:- old fashioned, but should not be misunderstood as classic
because of its girlish features.
13. Fashion Year
Two main seasons
Both require a different fashion look and a new range of
colors and fabric designs for the time of year.
Light weight fabrics in summer
Heavier fabrics in winter
14. The Collection
A designers select a theme that represents their collections. It can be a
period in history, a foreign place, a range of colors, a type of fabric…
After the groundwork is completed for the nature of the collection, the designer must
decide how many and what types of garments should be included in the collection.
Usually, they have a three month period to design, produce and publicize the collection in
time for their fashion show.
Press and buyers get their first look at the collection at the show
Model is a person who is employed to promote , display
or advertise commercial products
Or to serve as a visual object for people who are
creating work of arts
27. New York Designers
Oscar De La Renta
Tom Ford (Gucci)
Mary Ann Restivo
30. Fashion Capital
Fashion Capital is a city where the fashion industry
has a relevant and important position for the local
economy. Production and exporting of fashion goods,
as well as fashion events like fashion weeks, trade
fairs and awards, boosts its economy and raises its
annual revenue, positively influencing other sectors of
the local economy, like the service sector. According
to the global Language Monitor, New York City came
in first for five consecutive years; yet in 2009, it was
beaten by Milan before reclaiming the title of top
fashion capital in 2010
31. Fashion Capital
Fashion Capitals Rankings (2010)
Rank City Region
1 New York City Northeast United States
2 Hong Kong East Asia
3 London Western Europe
4 Paris Western Europe
5 Los Angeles Western United States
6 Milan Southern Europe
7 Sydney Oceania
8 Miami Southern United States
9 Barcelona Southern Europe
10 Madrid Southern Europe
32. Fashion Week
Most importantly, it lets the industry know what's "in"
and what's "out" for the season.
The most prominent fashion weeks are held in the
four Fashion Capitals of the world: New York,
London, Milan and Paris.
35. The “Main Event” Calendar
Italian and French couture collections for spring/summer in Paris and Rome
British, Italian, American and French designer collections shown in London,
Bologne, Germany, and Paris
IMBEX (International Men’s and Boy’s wear exhibition in London, England)
International men’s fashion week in Cologne, Germany
British, Italian, American and French designer collections for autumn/winter
shown in London, Milan, New York and Paris.
Munich (Germany) Fashion Fair
Interstoff clothing, textiles trade fair held in Frankfurt, Germany
International designer collections, in Tokyo
London mid-season fashion exhibition for autumn
Italian children’s wear collections held in Florence, Italy
Portex: Portugese ready-to-wear fashion fari for Spring/Summer in Porto
French and Italian couture collections for Autumn/Winter, Paris and Rome
Uomo Italia Men’s wear shown in Florence
Future Fashions Scandinavia Fair held in Copenhagen, Denmark
International men’s fashion week and international jeans fair in Cologne,
Finnish fashion fair in Helsinki
British, French and American ready-to-wear collections for Spring/Summer shown
in London, Paris, New York
41. FASHION SCHOOLS
Fashion schools will provide you the training you need to advance in your fashion career. Whether
you are interested in clothing design, fashion merchandising, fashion marketing, or fashion in
general, they provide you with all. Here are examples of very famous fashion schools.
Arizona Fashion Design Schools
Tucson Design College
California Fashion Design Schools
International Academy of Design & Technology
Colorado Fashion Design Schools
Denver South Florida Fashion Designer Schools
American InterContinental University
42. It is a small shopping outlet put by fashion designers to showcase
and sell their collections.
43. Fashion & media
Fashion trends are often sparked by characters on popular TV
shows , movies , … that we might take ideas inspired from their
44. Fashion & celebrities
A prime example of a celebrity is Victoria Beckham is a
popular face in this domain .
Kim Kardashian-- that wears everytime new expensive
Katy perry:that looks impressive in the stage & in the red
Lady Gaga : with her strange style that can never be
46. FASHION CHANNELS
There are two main fashion channels in the world they are-
• Fashion TV
• World fashion channel
• They show everything related to fashion from
fashion shows to models.
47. THE END
Fashion is a language witch tells a story about the person who
wears it .Clothes create a wordless means of communication that
we all understand.