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  • In Da Club 50 Cent's Song Analysis

    The speakers boomed out the beats of Usher’s new song as the bodies collided with one another. People were screaming in glee and sloshing their drinks back and forth on the dance floor. Sweat glistened off young women’s bodies as they grinded on the grinning men enjoying the sensation. 50 Cent’s song ‘In Da Club’ riled up the crowd even more as the Birthday Boy Isaiah Reyes was pushed towards the stage. The six foot boy with piercing jade eyes smirked and staggered towards the stage. His usual…

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  • Fashion In The Elizabethan Era

    the neck but over time developed into a more elaborate and massive ruff that framed the face. The ruffs became so colossal that it needed a wire framework for support. The silhouette was established in England and France and was worn to create the hourglass look. Over time the silhouette grew to be more inelastic and longer to create the v-shaped look. Women also wore bodices for v-shaped waist. A bodice is a garment that hugs the upper body for a small waist. Young and unmarried women wore…

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  • Individualistic Influence On Body Image

    themselves for bodily imperfections which could no longer be regarded as natural” (Featherstone, 1982, p. 20). A paradigm of this drastic outlook on body image was in the Victorian era, when women had corsets synched to their waists, so that they gave the illusion of having an immaculate hourglass figure. Women were defined by the dimensions of their compressed waist and proportionate figure. The more feminine and thin that a woman looked, the more she would be given attention to and honored.…

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  • Essay On Body Image

    Body Image should not determine someone's worth, what should matter is personal and showing who they are true. Not what they look like or what they wear. Body image is a mental picture of one's body looks like, but it is how someone feels as well. Body image effects, judgments, mental state, self-esteem, and behaviors. Body image changes in time, considering interactions with people, social media, and just in general thoughts from society. Most studies say that it is important for teens, from a…

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  • Modern Fashion Research Paper

    The history of fashion can be traced back to the beginning of the 19th century but I have chosen to write about the 20th-21st century. There are two basic modern fashion categories Haute Couture and Ready to Wear. The difference between Haute couture and Ready to wear is that Haute Couture is custom made whereas ready to wear clothing is made in big bundles of the same thing. Haute Couture is French for ‘high sewing’ or ‘high dressmaking’ or ‘high fashion’. Haute Couture is exclusive custom…

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  • Why Do Fashion Repeats Itself

    For my research, I explored How and Why Fashion Repeats Itself. I investigated the history of fashion, the way and the reasons that fashion changes regularly. I discovered some specific examples such as denim jeans as well. In the process of the research, I took several steps. I examined various websites and several books and checked them for relevance and bias. Additionally, I conducted a survey with 40 people and collated it. History of fashion Fashion has always been key to how people…

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  • Women's Roles In The 1940s Essay

    In contrast to the more liberated 1940s, the 1950s brought a return to traditional women’s roles. Different from the 1920s through the 1940s, less women graduated high school than men in the 1950s, and more men were still graduating college than women. This did not bring great success for women’s opportunities. In fact, the total amount of women’s participation in the labor force was 50% of that of men’s. After the war, when the men returned, the birth rate, in the United States, increased…

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