Maricopa Community Colleges  TEC106   19946-99999 
Official Course Description: MCCCD Approval: 03/22/94
TEC106 19946-99999 LEC 3 Credit(s) 3 Period(s)
History of Fashion
Consideration of historic factors influencing fashion and fashion change with special emphasis on historic costume. Prerequisites: None.
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MCCCD Official Course Competencies:
TEC106   19946-99999 History of Fashion
1. Explain how costume originated. (I)
2. Identify examples of Egyptian, Cretian, Greek, Etruscan, and Roman dress. (I)
3. Select adaptations from pictures of Egyptian, Cretian, Greek, Etruscan, and Roman dress. (I)
4. Select examples of costumes from the Dark Ages, the Byzantine Empire, and Medieval periods. (I)
5. Identify Renaissance styles and explain how they have been adapted to present day dress. (I, II)
6. Define terminology for each historic period. (I-IV)
7. List items of apparel, fibers and fabrics, colors, hair styles, headdresses, and accessories unique to each period of historic costume. (I-IV)
8. Describe fashion trends and changes in fashion. (I-IV)
9. Date costumes according to the historical time period. (I-IV)
10. Identify the origin of styles. (I-IV)
11. Describe silhouette and hemline cycles as they reappear historically. (I-IV)
12. Identify color themes and fabric patterns used currently which have historic origins. (I-IV)
13. Explain how the Industrial Revolution affected dress and identify examples of dress from this time period. (III)
14. Select examples of costume for each of the stages of the modern age of change. (IV)
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TEC106   19946-99999 History of Fashion
    I. Prehistory through the medieval ages
        A. Costume origins
        B. Classical dress
          1. Egyptian
          2. Cretian
          3. Greek
          4. Etruscan
          5. Roman
        C. Dark ages
        D. Byzantine empire
        E. Medieval modes
      II. Renaissance styles
          A. Baroque
            1. Basic garments
            2. Accessories
            3. Hair styles
          B. Rococo and Neoclassic
          C. Revolutionary patriotic styles
            1. Greek influence in women's wear
            2. English influence in men's wear
          D. Empire styles
        III. Industrial Revolution
            A. Romanticism and industry
            B. Impressionistic period
            C. Edwardian era
            D. Pre-World War I styles
          IV. Modern age change
              A. Roaring 20's
              B. Depression years 30's
              C. War years
              D. Dior's new look
              E. Recent years
                1. The 50's
                2. The 60's
                3. The 70's
                4. The 80's
                5. The 90's
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