3 breakthrough products in fashion

Together with the development of the world, fashion has been significally changed. Social changes as well as new technologies are constantly shaping what products are designed and how they are produced. Let’s take a look at some items that are considered to be the ones that changed the future of fashion. We actually see these products on a daily basis, but it wasn’t the case in the past.


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Do you know anyone who, not even once, hadn’t worn a pair of jeans? If you know such people, well, they still they belong to a minority of those who wear them. At first, they were used by sailors, then, in 1853 Levi Strauss started to actually produce them on a wholesale scale. In the United States, during the gold rush times, the settlers needed clothes that would be robust and resistant to any kind of abrasion. After some time, when people were influenced by western movies, denim was everything. Well, maybe not everything in general, but you know how easily people are affected by current trends. But one of the most significant things that shaped the history of jeans is its use as a symbol of rebellion. Who would have thought that one day they would be the most popular trousers in the world?


Source: http://www.harpersbazaar.pl/moda/1020/5-rzeczy-ktore-na-zawsze-zmienily-mode

And we’re talking here about female version of this elegant part of the wardrobe. In the 30s admirer of the male formation was Katharine Hepburn, Marlene Dietrich as well as George Sand. However, in 1966 smoking was reserved mostly for men. This from Saint Laurent became a timeless costume in the women’s dressing room. But is this still a thing? We obviously may see women dressed this way but we don’t think that this particular trend is popularized over the world. It’s just used by some individuals as their own representative of fashion taste.


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Source: http://www.manrepeller.com/2016/04/history-of-the-leather-jacket.html

First used as a protective outerwear layer of the military uniform and as the motorcycle jacket designed by Irving Schott. Then, well, rock and roll times. It was also considered as a symbol of rebels. But how did it shape today’s world? It’s obviously much more popularized than in the past, but we think it’s still may be considered as an act of rebellion in some parts of the world. It of course depends on how a particular person use that item but we think it’s actually the case of every item in our wardrobe. Isn’t it?



Once, fashion presented on on the catwalks was reserved only for small group of people and, in addition, these clothes weren’t actually designed to wear on a regular basis. But now times has changed and it seems like designers create clothes that are available on a greater scale and, what is also important, we can wear such clothes every day. No one is sure what the future will bring next, but we believe that basic clothes like t-shirts and hoodies will be considered as need-to-have ones for a long period of time. This is why we decided to give them a go. And as some people may prefer more fancy clothes, we give you the possibility to customize anything you wish – whether it’s a print or a different cut. In today’s world, everyone can be a designer. We have a lot of possibilities and the only thing you need to have is the desire to express yourself. It depends on you what you want to tell the world through your products. Is it something about changing the world or maybe a funny print that makes people happier? We wrote that previously discussed items were kind of symbols of rebellion, but how about the -shirt? You can actually use this simple “tool” to express anything you want, whether it describes something positive or negative in the world. And who knows, maybe you will be the one responsible for changing directions of future fashion?

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