“Fashion is the part of the world and part of history”

Fashion doesn’t just change over time. It also changes based on geography. Around the world, fashion is influenced by culture and tradition as well as what’s popular. Take some time to learn more about these traditional forms of dress from various cultures.

Fashion is a truly universal and all-encompassing topic. Many women can spend years finding their perfect wedding dress while girls as young as seven are dreaming of becoming fashion designers, buyers, writers and now of course, bloggers. We are as much consumed by the sartorial elegance of others as ever before, following our favourite style icons on Instagram and looking to fashion bloggers for inspiration.

The fashion industry is unique from other fields of manufacturing in that it is ruled largely by the same intention as its end product: change.

For both men and women, fashion is tied to identity. You are what you wear. There are many different ways to dress and style yourself that could be inspired by media, print, or anything from the past.
For someone to understand fashion in its current state, one must know and appreciate the history of fashion trends over the decades. Dive into history as we discover how fashion has changed over the years from the most trend-setting styles to the most unforgettable.

The mass production of clothing began roughly in the mid-nineteenth century, when some manufacturers began to produce garments that did not require fitting, but fashion did not become an established industry in the institution sense of the word until the twentieth century, when networks of neighborhood tailors casually.

Fashion refers to the styles of clothing that are currently popular being relative. It is always evolving and changing and going back. Every style and trend in fashion keeps coming back at one time or the other. So a study of the evolution of history is very important for any fashion design student

Today, the fashion industry is a highly reputable, competitive and wonderfully influential business.

Blog By:-
Ms. Ritu Sharma Soni
Assistant Professor
HOD ,Fashion Designing
Biyani Group of Colleges