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Why do we dress the way we do?. Haute Couture. Refers to high fashion, one of a kind designs. Royalty determined style. Dictated and determined fashion Sumptuary laws governed what peasants and merchants could wear. Where do ideas for dress come from?. Everywhere Parties High fashion

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haute couture
Haute Couture

Refers to high fashion, one of a kind designs.

royalty determined style
Royalty determined style
  • Dictated and determined fashion
  • Sumptuary laws governed what peasants and merchants could wear.
where do ideas for dress come from
Where do ideas for dress come from?
  • Everywhere
  • Parties
  • High fashion
  • Chance
  • Anticipation and manipulation
  • Conformity vs. Nonconformity
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How does fashion (which is the generic word for the business of clothing) anticipate as well as manipulate the trends?

shifting of erogenous zones
Shifting of erogenous zones
  • Attract the male attention
  • Female-Revealing
  • Male-Change the shape of the silhouette
to assert wealth
To assert wealth
  • Opulence to make you look richer than others
  • Self indulgent dressing to show wealth
to identify gender
To identify Gender
  • Sometimes reversed for effect.
  • Message:
  • Attract
  • Gain respect
  • Tell personality
  • To repel
what does the language of clothing say about us
What does the language of clothing say about us?
  • Evokes response
  • Demands attention
  • Comfort
  • Convenience
  • Utility
why is rarity important
Why is rarity important?
  • It sets you apart.
john malloy s dressed for success
John Malloy’s Dressed for Success
  • Dress for power
  • Dress for socio-economic message
how does clothing identify us with certain groups
How does clothing identify us with certain groups?
  • Color = purple
  • Wealth rather than birth
  • Image makers
costuming
Costuming
  • Costuming is one of the integral parts of the play production that suffers the most.
  • The costume is not merely a means of characterizing a role as attractively as possible.
  • Color and silhouette is a vital part of the total stage design.
color
Color
  • Harmony with other colors
  • Appropriate to historical period
  • Can destroy the atmosphere
effective costuming
Effective Costuming
  • Expresses the personality of the character
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Effective Costuming
  • Should reveal social status, tastes, idiosyncrasies
effective costuming2
Effective Costuming
  • Should aid audience’s understanding of the actor’s relationship to the play itself
color coding
Color Coding
  • Matching characters by color or pattern. Example: Romeo and Juliet
steps to costume design
Steps to Costume Design
  • Study the play
  • Budget
  • Obtain actors’ measurements
  • Collect fabric samples (under lights)
  • Costume Parade
  • Deal with problems
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Steps to Costume Design
  • Always consider problems
  • Work with rehearsal clothes and shoes
  • Keep actions of the actor in mind Example: dancing or fighting
appropriateness costume silhouette
Appropriateness – Costume Silhouette
  • Each historic period has its own distinctive line and form in dress
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Appropriateness – Costume Silhouette
  • Material and cut must be appropriate to the social background and period of the play.
color line and material
Color, Line, and Material
  • Comedies, farces, children’s plays, and fantasies are normally made of light material and are bright or pastel in color and frothy in design
color line and material1
Color, Line, and Material
  • Restoration Comedy – satins, laces, and brocades
high comedy
High Comedy
  • Taste and social grace, fashionable
symbolic and allegorical
Symbolic and Allegorical
  • Require thought and meaning
realistic plays
Realistic Plays
  • Suitable for the character
costumes and color
Costumes and Color
  • Color interprets inner meaning which evokes an audience response
obtaining the costumes
Obtaining the Costumes
  • Work Sheets
  • Costume Charts
costumes charts
Costumes Charts
  • Design
  • Measurements
rented
Rented
  • Expensive
  • Fit
  • Substitution
  • Available for a short time
  • Quality
  • Cleaning
  • Returning
borrowing
Borrowing
  • Mismatch
  • Fit
making costumes
Making Costumes
  • Building = making costumes
  • Velcro = stronger than zippers and buttons, but must not be seen
  • Cost
  • Time
care of costumes
Care of Costumes
  • Wardrobe Manager or Costume Master/Mistress
  • Cleaning and Repair
  • Dressing Areas
  • Quick Changes
the actor and the costume
The Actor and the Costume
  • Actor must wear costume properly
  • Actor must be disciplined and responsible