What Do You Think About Hoodies -guitarpro5

Fashion-Style A hoodie (also hooded sweatshirt, hoody, or bunny hug) is a heavy upper-body dress with a hood. The characteristic design includes large frontal pockets, a hood, and some type of thread, usually similar to shoelaces, used to adjust the hood aperture (some varieties include zips). The dressing is sensed differently in different areas. For example, in California, hoodies are a staple of male attire regardless of the weather. History The history of the specific garment began in the 1930s, but historical precedent dates the trend and form of the hoodie back to the Middle Ages. The formal wear for Catholic monks included a cowl, a long, decorative hood worn in addition to the standard tunic or robes. The modern clothing style was first produced by Champion in the 1930s for laborers in the frozen warehouses of New York. Its popularity spread as sportswear designers such as Claire McCardell developed entire collections based around the clothing. The hoodie took off in the 1970s as several factors contributed to its success. Hip hop culture developed in New York City around this time, and the hoodie’s element of instant anonymity, provided by the accessible hood, attracted to those with criminal intent. High fashion also contributed during this era, as Norma Kamali and other high-profile designers embraced and glamorized the new clothing. Most critical to the hoodie’s popularity during this time was its iconic appearance in the blockbuster Rocky film. His attire embodied the persevering spirit of the American Dream at the time, and simultaneously appealed to workingmen, street thugs, and athletes. By the 1990s, the hoodie had evolved into a symbol of isolation, a statement of academic spirit, and several fashion collections. In the UK it developed around this time, as their popularity rose with that specific demographic. Young men, often skateboarders or surfers, sported the hoodie and spread the trend across the western United States, most significantly in California. The rise of hoodies with university logos began around this time. Tommy Hilfiger, Giorgio Armani, and Ralph Lauren, for example, used the hoodie as the primary .ponent for many of their collections in the 1990s. The hoodie is a garment worn worldwide, although stylish perception and use continues to be highly variable depending on location. The hoodie is very .mon attire for young-males, especially in Australia, New Zealand, and the United States. In the western regions of Washington and Oregon (where there is a significant amount of rainfall during the winter months), hoodies are often worn by people who dislike carrying umbrellas. Although the design remains fairly consistent, variations in design, such as hoodies with or without zippers, differently styled pockets, and other structural differences contribute to the overall success of the style. Perception A professor of .munications at Goldsmiths College in the UK, says the appeal of the hoodie is because of its promise of anonymity, mystery and anxiety. "The point of origin is obviously black American hip-hop culture, now thoroughly mainstream and a key part of the global economy. Leisure and sportswear adopted for everyday wear suggests a distance from the world of office suit or school uniform. Rap culture celebrates defiance, as it narrates the experience of social exclusion. Musically and stylistically, it projects menace and danger as well as anger and rage. The hooded top is one in a long line of garments chosen by young people, usually boys, to which are ascribed meanings suggesting that they are ‘up to no good’. In the past, such appropriation was usually restricted to membership of specific youth cultures – leather jackets, bondage trousers – but nowadays it is the norm among young people to flag up their music and cultural preferences in this way, hence the adoption of the hoodie by boys across the boundaries of age, ethnicity and class." About the Author: 相关的主题文章: