100 years of fashion in under 2 minutes
 
100 years of fashion in under 2 minutes 100 years of fashion in under 2 minutes
jun 05, 2015

100 years of fashion in under 2 minutes

100 years of fashion in under 2 minutes
all images courtesy of mode video

 

 

 

mode video takes us on a trip down high style’s memory lane, condensing ‘100 years of fashion in under 2 minutes’. the short film spans from 1915 to today, highlighting top trends through a constant transition of outfits, hairdos, makeup pallets and accessories.

 

as a model stands in place, a team dresses her from head to toe in everything from ‘jazz age sass’ to ‘coco chanel-inspired chic’, the video describes. major shifts can be seen in favorable fads and sought-after looks of the time — small hats and elegantly-styled hair were in vogue between the 1920s and 50s; beginning in the 1980s, big hair became a big trend, and a more casual overall appearance populated the fashion scene. take a look at the video below to see 100 years of couture compressed into a 2-miniute long flick.

 

 


100 years of fashion under 2 minutes
video courtesy of glam

100 years of fashion under 2 minutes
1915 – a white lace tunic is fit beneath a long-sleeved dress, while and feathered hat tops the look off

100 years of fashion under 2 minutes
1925 – a flowing dress, t-strap shoes and a small purse complete the outfit

100 years of fashion under 2 minutes
1935 – white gloves and elegantly-styled hair match the mood of 1935

100 years of fashion under 2 minutes
1955 – a colorful, over-sized coat, small hat and floral dress provide a glimpse at trends in the 1950s

100 years of fashion under 2 minutes
1965 – a chic pink suit, gold jewels and white gloves

100 years of fashion under 2 minutes
1975 – a denim jumpsuit and over-sized sunglasses mirror the feeling of 1970s style

100 years of fashion under 2 minutes
1995 – a black choker and leather backpack are key elements of 90s style

100 years of fashion under 2 minutes
2005 – jeans and shiny pink tank top embody the ‘mean girls’ look of the early 2000s

100 years of fashion under 2 minutes
2015 – a casual leather jacket and cell phone, essentials of today

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