Style Interpretation of Clothing
Clothing classification, style, each national conditions are different, the characteristics of different folk costumes are different, all the time said that South Korea, Europe and the United States, Africa, Japan, East China, France.
In fact, it refers to the different characteristics of folk customs. However, for certain periods of time, some styles with symbolic characteristics have been popular, such as Gothic architecture, English campus, Baroque, Rococo, Japanese deconstruction, Roman style, natural style, modern concise style, romantic style, etc.
For example: Gothic is a kind of color with black as the main structure, strong structure, no redundant decoration, just like Gothic architecture, with modeling and low profile …
Deconstruction in Japan is a kind of structure that has been disassembled, reassembled and mixed together, overlapping and echoing …
English school uniforms, plaids, small shirts …
Rococo lace, lace, breeches …
Classicism includes: classicism, neoclassicism and pan-classicism The formal characteristics of classicism: abide by the basic laws of rationality, simplicity, moderation, clarity, conciseness and balance. The modeling is based on the natural form of the human body, simple, simple and symmetrical in structure, and follows the classical proportional rule. The fabric is simple, the color is simple, and the pattern is simple.
Romanticism style clothing basically appears with the appearance of emphasizing feminization style. It represents a point of view that emphasizes spontaneity and image expression and highlights intuition and imagination. It can be described in terms of personality, variety, unexpected, endless, unfinished, excessive, disintegrated, lyrical and passionate words. The new romantic clothing since 2002 brings a brand-new romantic, charming, sexy, soft and even luxurious flavor, but the romantic style it represents is a brand-new innovation. In other words, it is a return to the most primitive and basic romance. It disintegrated romanticism in the 19th century and constructed romantic aesthetics of its own time.
In terms of formal rules, the design of romantic style clothing emphasizes breaking rigid dogma and pursuing fantasy and dramatic effect on the basis of following the most basic rules of formal combination. Common themes such as restoring ancient ways, nostalgia, nationality and foreign countries are exaggerated and unique in shape, with gentle or unrestrained lines, asymmetrical and unbalanced structures, bright and varied colors, colorful patterns, and natural and textured fabrics.
Decorations are often used to construct the design focus, with rich decorative means. burrs, tassels, embroidery, lace, pleats, flounces, bows, knots and decorations can be used as long as you can think of them.
(Bohemian) Originally meant uninhibited Gypsies and decadent literati. For Bohemian style, different designers have different interpretations of clothing, some with the theme of “bohemian artists” and others with the theme of “wandering gypsies”. Ropes and knots, flounces or folds, holes and tassels, wild, natural, vagrant and sexy trends are popular in different ways.
Ethnic styles: North African customs, Indian customs, Middle East robes, Moroccan flavor, Indian color and Chinese style have become important elements of post-romanticism in the hands of designers. Widely absorbing the traditional culture and clothing characteristics of all ethnic groups, it has increasingly become a romantic cultural adventure for modern clothing designers. Feminization: Farewell to the trend of neutrality and simplicity. Romantic styles, elegant fabrics and pink and soft colors form feminized sweetness, charm and elegance.
For romantic style clothing design, it is too rational to consider what romanticism is. What matters is the so-called paranoia. As Hegel said: “The essence of romantic art lies in the free and concrete object of art, and the spiritual concept lies in the same ontology-all of which lies mainly in introspection, not in revealing anything to the outside world.”