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In this episode of The Ultimate Fashion History, "it's all Greek to me"! And it will be to you, too, as we look at clothing in The Minoan, Mycenaean, Hellenic, and Hellenistic eras. Enjoy.
Historical Hair: Recreating Authentic Hairstyles from Ancient Greece
The Ancient Greeks left behind so much art and literature, including information about how they did their hair! Let's take a peak into these sources and discover how ancient Greek women wore their hair in the Mycenaean, Classical, and Hellenistic eras. some historical/archeological sources used: - http://www.chronikajournal.com/resources/Sheng-chieh%20Hsu%202012.pdf - https://www.jstor.org/stable/pdf/506024.pdf?casa_token=UsXFDNdXALgAAAAA:jxzx_SuLnzBclnty6tQup8IpCu3FInCBtERljRDFcf-YKiPoc6XOyMDwraRSIERYlpWmL_FDcsbss6q_G5x8QRPKZ54C6Txwt99YCgneY9xxKmF5GEccbA - https://books.google.com/books?hl=en&lr=&id=Hl2ac2dLU50C&oi=fnd&pg=PA155&dq=hairstyles+classical+greece&ots=SOBU2QBfpE&sig=AjFdH1Jqgm_NrlI7zd0GvlrkpqE#v=onepage&q=hairstyles%20classical%20greece&f=false -https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/full/10.1002/9781444338386.wbeah22139 - https://kuscholarworks.ku.edu/handle/1808/8366 - https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0022202X15526158 Difficulty: Easy - Moderately Hard Hair Length: at least armpit length Materials: cord/cloth strips, hairstick(s), decorative crowns or hairnets Braiding skills needed: none Time cost: 5-30 minutes ideal hair type: curly or wavy If you guys like my videos, please subscribe, give me suggestions/requests, and share! And consider donating to my Patreon page at patreon.com/silvousplaits. Every little bit helps me continue making videos for you, plus I offer some cool perks for my patrons in thanks. This is NOT a sponsored video. -------- Find me elsewhere on: my website, silvousplaits.com Patreon.com/silvousplaits www.facebook.com/silvousplaits twitter @silvousplaits Instagram @silvousplaits_hairstyling Pinterest, http://pinterest.com/silvousplaits/ Tumblr, http://silvousplaits.tumblr.com/ Brands that are interested in sponsorships can contact me at [email protected] ----- Music "Artifact" copyright Kevin MacLeod under CC Attribution 4.0 License. Artist website: incompetech.com
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Baring the Aegis - Ancient Hellenic Clothing [Hellenismos]
A relatively long video by me on ancient Hellenic clothing and how to put it one. Best used as inspiration for your own festival or ritual wear. More information on Hellenismos can be found on my blog, Baring the Aegis: http://baringtheaegis.blogspot.com. I apologize for the occasional blurriness of the video, my phone has a bit of difficulty focussing when I move around too much, it seems. Also, due to length restrictions, I had to make a few clunky editing decisions.
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Ancient Greek Hairstyles and Clothing
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Historically Accurate: Ancient Greece Makeup Tutorial
A historically accurate makeup tutorial from Ancient Greece times! In this dedicated video, I'll show you how ancient Greeks applied their makeup, what kind of cosmetic ingredients they used to make them, and also include some interesting facts about Greece along the way ;) If you have young children, you might want to keep the pop up facts away from little eyes, as Greeks were not the most conservative group of people - ha! See more HISTORICALLY ACCURATE videos here: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLuHwdLRLQumAocexBAqVJXtGrZ2pc3cU0 HAIR TUTORIAL MENTIONED https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OH_ypHaFtwo PRODUCTS USED Bobbi Brown Hydrating Face Cream http://go.magik.ly/ml/4j6r/ NYX Stay Matte But Not Flat 'Ivory' http://go.magik.ly/ml/4j6q/ Urban Decay Naked Skin Concealer 'Fair Neutral' http://go.magik.ly/ml/4j6t/ Kat Von D Liquid Eyeliner http://go.magik.ly/ml/4j6v/ MUG Corrupt Jesse's Girl Pure Pigment Eye Dust in "Flambe' http://tinyurl.com/md6k2e2 Jack Black lip balm http://go.magik.ly/ml/4j6x/ Remington Hair Wand http://go.magik.ly/ml/1y3e/ Headband http://go.magik.ly/ml/4fnp/ *links included are affiliate links :) What Am I Wearing? Dress: VINCE Lips: Milani 'Devotion' ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ S N A P C H A T zabby.babe I N S T A G R A M ZabrenaXO T W I T T E R ZabrenaXO F A C E B O O K ZabrenaXO S N A I L M A I L 235 Apollo Beach Blvd., #214 Apollo Beach, FL 33572 ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ Thank YOU for watching! XOXO! Z
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Hair History: Ancient Greece
In this episode of Hair History I'm going to tell you all about the hair customs, fashions and rituals of the Ancient Greeks. My blog: http://www.loepsie.com My vlog channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/LoepsiesLife Follow me on twitter: http://twitter.com/Loepsie Follow me on Instagram: http://instagram.com/Loepsies Like my Facebook page: http://facebook.com/LoepsieOfficial
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Craziest Things Ancient Greeks Did
Check out the craziest things ancient greeks did! This top 10 list of weird and bizarre facts about the history of ancient greece has some really crazy things you probably didn't know! Subscribe to World5List: http://goo.gl/cpJSA6 Check out our "13 Amazing Pets Who Saved Their Owners" video at: https://youtu.be/bMwLm16_Q-0 Check out our "7 Celebrities Who Gave Their Kids Up For Adoption" video at: https://youtu.be/vVrlJFZ8sME 15. Phallic Parades We have many parades, some of which are a little racy, but once a year in Athens, they took it to a whole new level. Men and women would march down the streets holding gigantic penises above their heads as a tribute to their god of wine. It was called the Dionysian celebration. 14. Crocodile Dung as Skin Cream For many of us, crocodiles aren’t a part of our daily lives and I can’t even imagine if they were. However, living next to the nile, crocodiles were a common occurrence. This led to some interesting things in medicine. 13. Female Penis Lesbians The ancient Greeks didn’t really listen to what women had to say which means there were some pretty weird ideas. Though there’s even an educational divide today, ancient Greeks didn’t understand lesbians and probably didn’t want to either. 12. Birth Control Sometimes men are held accountable for birth control, but that was not the case in ancient Greece. Soranus, a Greek physician taught that birth control was completely the woman’s responsibility. He felt that if a woman became pregnant that it was her own fault. After all, it was completely unreasonable for men to have anything to do with it. 11. Filthy Cures for Women Though today women’s rights have come a long way, but in ancient Greece, they were thought to be susceptible to impurities. That means they believed that disgusting things affected women in some ways that didn’t affect men. 10. Athlete Sweat People go crazy for anything from their favorite athlete or celebrity. On Ebay you can find anything from their tissue to their jersey. But in ancient Greek days, it wasn’t their jersey everyone wanted, it was their sweat because athletes didn’t wear uniforms or clothes at all. That’s right, whether they were wrestling or running, they did it naked. 9. Trading Roosters Even though nowadays it would be considered statutory rape, Greek men often took young boys as lovers. The older man would take the initiative to present himself before a prepubescent boy to offer a live rooster. 8. Stone Wiping Toilet paper wasn’t a commodity until the 16th century in Europe. But there had to be some way to clean up. The Greeks, like the Romans, would clean themselves with a sponge on a stick. Now that doesn’t sound too bad, but most Greeks weren’t so lucky. 7. Earwax Tasting When you went to the doctor in ancient Greece it was not uncommon for him to taste your bodily fluids. That’s how he would come to a diagnosis. He might start by tasting your earwax then if you were puking, he would take a taste of that too. 6. Cheater Punishment Divorce is at an all time high. Many of these relationships end because one of the partners cheated on the other. Apparently we need stricter punishment for cheaters. The Greeks had it down. 5. Apple Chucking Today people profess their love with flowers or jewelry, but in ancient Greece, they were direct. If you loved someone, you would chuck an apple at them. Apples were not just used as a proposal or a confession, they were an overall symbol of love, marriage, and fertility. 4. Naked Gyms Much like athletic events, gyms in ancient Greece also had a naked only policy. Afterall, gymnasium roughly translates to “school for naked exercise”. That meant that they were also men-only 3. Unibrows Women in fashion today are obsessed with their eyebrows. They wax them, pluck them and even fill them in. Well it was actually no different in ancient greece except instead of trying to get rid of extra hair, they cultivated their eyebrows. 2. Zombie Prevention Zombie prevention that is on the mind of a lot of people nowadays, but even the ancient Greeks worried about it. They were so concerned that they prepped for the zombie apocalypse as soon as someone passed. 1. Elephant Wars Our wars consist of drones, tanks, guns and ships, however, can you imagine an elephant coming at you? Alexander the Great created a unit of war elephants to protect his palace. Yes, that’s right, elephants!
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Ancient Greek Fashion
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Cruise 2017/18 CHANEL Show
More on http://chanel-news.com/-Cruise2017-18 Full film of the CHANEL Cruise 2017/18 fashion show that took place on May 3rd, 2017 in Paris. Soundtrack: Artist: Alex Menzies Title: Greek Mode Courtesy of Alex Menzies Artist: Lena Platonos Title: Bloody Shadow From Afar Title: Witches Courtesy of Dark Entries / Seed Point Artist: Lo Kindre Title: Torment Of One Courtesy of Optimo Music Artist: Golden Filter Title: Dust (extended mix) Courtesy of Optimo Music Artist: Naum Gabo Title: Popova Courtesy of Naum Gabo
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Classical Era Inspired Look | Style Revival: Ancient Greece
In this episode of Style Revival, I'm going to pull inspiration from ancient Greek era style to create a modern day head to toe look. Hair, makeup and outfit. Enjoy! PRODUCTS USED Bourjois Healthy Mix Foundation no. 52 Collection Lasting Perfection Concealer no. 01 Benefit Benetint Benefit Ka-Brow! no. 3 Anastasia Beverly Hills Clear Brow Gel Essence Kajal Pencil no. 01 Black Benefit Roller Lash Syoss Heat-Protect Styling-Spray Irresistible Me Sapphire Curling Wand 19mm Syoss Glossing Hold Shine-Sealing Hairspray Dress: Forever 21 Shoes: LaSocki Bracelets: have had for decades Headband: Bellami Hair Nailpolish: Essie In Stitches Thanks to Anna-Ester Volozh of Dragonbee studio (http://www.dragonbee.com) for the amazing intro animation! Music: The Great Ant Race - Hakkan Eriksson Courtesy of Epidemic Sound --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- More HAIR TUTORIALS: http://goo.gl/7AZ6Se More LIFESTYLE videos: http://goo.gl/oFwYrr BEAUTY BEACONS (get the look of historical beauty icons): http://goo.gl/hLkJ34 BEAUTY BEACONS OF FICTION (get the look of fictional beauty icons): http://goo.gl/T55Ocv --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Support me through Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/loepsie ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- My name is Lucy, I'm a 24-year-old girl from the Netherlands, and I'm here to offer an alternative approach to beauty. On this channel I do mostly hair tutorials where I show you how to braid, pin and style your own hair. I recreate hairstyles from movies & tv shows and I regularly come up with my own, which I love to share with you! I do lifestyle and beauty videos as well, ranging from wearable everyday looks, makeup tips and DIY natural beauty treatments, to fashion lookbooks, vegetarian recipes and more extreme Halloween tutorials. If you enjoy history, you've come to the right place as well. I have a few series based on historical makeup and hairstyling that are my little passion projects. Enjoy browsing! Love, Lucy ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Blog: http://www.loepsie.com Dutch channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/LoepsiesLife Instagram: http://instagram.com/Loepsies Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/Loepsie Facebook: http://facebook.com/LoepsieOfficial
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CRAZY Stuff The Ancient Greeks Did!
Mind-blowing crazy things the Ancient Greeks did! The most shocking facts about the mythology, medical practices, technology, beauty treatments and bathroom habits of Ancient Greek Civilization! From what they used for toilet paper to their unusual workout clothes, we look at strange and bizarre facts about the Ancient Greeks #13. “Apple of My Eye”- There have been some really strange ways that people have expressed their love for each other, but the Greeks nailed it with the weird tradition of throwing an apple at the person you wanted to marry. If the person you wanted to marry caught the apple, this would mean they accepted your proposal. The sources don’t say how hard they threw the apple, but it is fun to picture an ancient greek chucking the apple as hard as they can, giving the phrase ‘think fast’ new meaning. This tradition stems from the belief that apples were sacred to the goddess Aphrodite as she was awarded a golden one when Paris of Troy chose her as the most beautiful of all goddesses--which he only did because she promised him Helen of Troy, inevitably starting the Trojan War. Because Aphrodite was the goddess of love, apples became a large part of Greek romantic tradition. Aside from proposals, it was common for newlyweds to eat apples on their wedding night and people gave apples to each other as an ancient type of valentine. #12. “Political Exile”-In a practice which we wish was still in use today, if the ancient Athenians thought anyone, especially politicians, were doing a terrible job or were considered politically or socially dangerous to the city, the citizens were allowed to take a vote on whether or not the person should be exiled. This practice was known as ostrakismos [aw-strah-kiz-mos] which is the origin of the English word ostracise. If the person received 6,000 votes they would be banished from Athens for ten years, and if they attempted to return they would be executed. However, on some occasions after a few years they could be voted back, which happened a few times when the city needed the person. #10. “Tax Shaming”- In order for a democracy to function properly you would think that strict rules on taxation would have to be enforced so that the rich wouldn’t take advantage, but in ancient Greece this was far from the case. The Greeks practiced self-policing in many ways and the idea of paying your own fair share for the greater good was no different. Yes, there were rich and there were poor, but the Greeks had an ingrained understanding that in order for society as a whole to improve everyone had to make sacrifices. For those blessed by the gods with wealth it was only natural to give back. For the most part, in modern society this is something that must be forced on people via law, otherwise, there would never be funding for public works or necessary governmental institutions. To get the rich to pony up--all the Greeks had to do was to accuse someone of being frugal in their donations. This was a rare occurrence, because in ancient Greece, the way to really brag about one’s wealth was to give the biggest donation. It was also embedded in their culture that most riches were accrued via luck, so there was no inherent shame in being financially less fortunate.
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Fashion Show "The God of Greek" [SSRU]
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Ancient Greece for Kids | History Learning Video
FUN for kids! Learn all about Ancient Greece in this history learning video for kids! You will discover the 3 main periods of Ancient Greece and some really fascinating facts about this incredible civilization! ❤ Homeschool Pop? Join our team and get tattoos here: http://homeschoolpop.com ☃ You are SO cool! Say hello below, we would love to hear from you! Thanks for watching this Homeschool Pop educational history video, a video for kids about Ancient Greece. Thanks again and we hope to see you next video!! Ancient Greece for Kids | History Learning Video
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Women Try Ancient Hairstyles
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Ancient Rome Hair Makeup & Clothes
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In this episode of The Ultimate Fashion History, we're heading back to Ancient Rome, which you'll be happy to hear involved more than just togas (which in certain Roman eras were illegal for women to wear!). Enjoy.
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100 Years of Japanese Fashion | Glamour
Take a look back at the last century and a half of Japanese fashion. From hand-painted silk kimonos and avante-garde designer clothes by Rei Kawakubo and Yohji Yamamoto, to Harajuku street fashion trends like Goth Lolita and Fairy Kei, watch the transformation of Japanese fashion over the decades. Still haven’t subscribed to Glamour on YouTube? ►► http://bit.ly/2gYlQqe ABOUT GLAMOUR Glamour is for the woman who sets the direction of her own life and lives it to its fullest and chicest. The dream job, the perfect look, the right guy: All are in her reach. Glamour makes them reality. Its inspiration, ideas and guidance help her conquer her world with confidence and style. Glamour is your guide to career and lifestyle advice. Discover the latest fashion trends, hairstyles, beauty tips, celebrity news, inspirational videos, and relationship & sex advice. https://www.youtube.com/user/GlamourMag 100 Years of Japanese Fashion | Glamour
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BIZARRE Things The Ancient Greeks Did
Strangest things the Ancient Greeks did! Unusual stuff the ancient Greeks did that may seem like crazy and weird facts to us today 15. The Musical Fruit - Nowadays it’s all paper slips and electronic processes, but back in Ancient Greece voting was an entirely different story. Any guesses at how they performed this political practice? That’s right; they used beans! Not only are these legumes great for consumption, but they also worked wonders when it came to electing new officials. The tradition began with the candidates placing their helmets in a line, facing upward. People would choose their preferential aspirant by placing a bean or pebble in that person’s helmet. After the votes were cast, the beans were counted and whoever had the most would win the election. It was as simple as that! The term “spill the beans” has its roots in this ancient practice as well. Although they used this method to vote for political candidates, they also used it to vote on other matters. People received one white bean and one black bean. The white bean meant “yes” and the black bean meant “no.” Voters dropped their legume of choice in a jar, and once voting concluded, they counted the white and black beans. However, if somebody accidentally overturned the jar ahead of time, the beans spilled out, and the outcome was no longer a secret. 14. Birthday Suit - We’ve all grown to love the ever-expanding athletic clothing industry. However, back in Ancient Greece, nothing like that existed. In fact, wearing any covering was prohibited while men pumped iron...or bulls… in the gym. The Ancient Greeks gave a lot of attention to their physiques, so it isn’t shocking that they were nude during exercise. Even the origin of the word “gymnasium” comes from the Greek word “gymnos,” which means naked. Plus, they oiled themselves up before weightlifting routines, giving “extra virgin olive oil” a whole new meaning. People would frown upon these traditions in the typical Planet Fitness. But, considering their vast achievements in the athletic world, one can’t help but think the Ancient Greeks were on to something. 13. Barrel of Fun - There are plenty of things that come in barrels: wine, ale, monkeys, etcetera. However, we aren’t talking about any of those things. Back in Ancient Greece, it was said that a particular philosopher spent many hours in one of these wooden containers. Diogenes the Cynic was known for his criticisms of city life and culture. He was a simplistic man who believed that he belonged to the entire world instead of just his country. Although Diogenes was said to have slept wherever he wanted to, he even enjoyed napping inside barrels often enough to be depicted in one of them centuries later. 12. An Apple a Day - We’ve all been spoiled with the extravagant marriage proposals of the modern day, the dozen rose anniversary gifts, and the cutesy Valentine’s Day cards we receive in February every year. However, back in Ancient Greece things were a bit rougher. They say “an apple a day keeps the doctor away,” but with how the Greeks used apples they probably had more doctor visits. A man would hurl one of these Granny Smiths at the woman he wanted to marry. If she caught it, they’d tie the knot in no time. But if she didn’t, she either wasn’t interested or maybe she just wasn’t a fan of flying fruit. 11. Caterpillar Brows - In recent times, it was common for women to pluck their eyebrows to the point of having nearly nothing left. But, fuller brows have been making a comeback lately. However, these bushier eyebrows are nothing compared to what the Ancient Greeks considered “on fleek” back in the day. Although they didn’t necessarily want women to sport full-on unibrows; they preferred dense eyebrows that almost touched in the middle. They wanted them to appear connected, without actually joining together. In fact, ladies often filled in the middle section of their eyebrows to meet those interesting standards.
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Greek Clothes A History
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"Webs of Knowledge: Untangling Textile Production in Ancient Greece"
Lin Foxhall is Professor of Greek Archaeology and History in the School of Archaeology and Ancient History at the University of Leicester. She has also held posts at Oxford University and University College London. She is the lead on the major Tracing Networks Project funded by the Leverhulme Trust and is co-director to the Bova Marina project in southern Italy. Since the academic year 2012-13 she has been Head of School for the University of Leicester's School of Archaeology and Ancient History. Monday, April 11, 2016
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Chanel Ancient Greece Resort Runway Show | Summer 2018
Subscribe to Fashion Snapz: https://goo.gl/rzx5J2 1st in Fashion News Daily! Daily uploads of your favorite fashion designers, beauty and fashion magazines and fashion shows from snapchat and instagram stories. Fashion Snapz is your daily dose of what is happening in fashion NOW with a behind-the-scenes view of tutorials, techniques and interviews! Find the latest in fashion trends here daily! Subscribe today! Under Karl Lagerfeld, Chanel has made a habit of taking its Cruise collections on the road to fabulous destinations, from Cuba to Seoul, and drawing inspiration from the local culture and style. But if Lagerfeld can stage a rocket launch in the Grand Palais, as he did for Fall 2017, maybe he can also conjure the spirits of international style right at home in Paris. That he did today with a collection called “La Modernité de l’Antiquité” that raised ancient Greece from the past. Ionic columns rose in the Grand Palais, while a Greek sunset served as a painted backdrop. While you wait for Luke Leitch’s review, get the five things you need to know about Chanel Resort 2018 here. The Inspiration In Coco Chanel’s Rue Cambon apartment, a bust of Venus sat on the mantle. That served as Lagerfeld’s jumping-off point this season, with the designer saying, “The criteria of beauty in ancient, then classical, Greece still hold true. There have never been more beautiful representations of women. Or more beautiful columns. The entire Renaissance, in fact, was based on antiquity. It is really about the youth of the world in all its power and unpredictability.“ The Column Shoes Forget stiletto or block heels. Lagerfeld’s take on Greek style comes complete with Ionic column–heeled gladiator sandals. If history has taught us anything, it’s that Ionic columns are quite sturdy. The Pottery Dresses Red-and-black-figure-painted pottery was one of the most popular ways ancient Greeks depicted the human body in two dimensions. Lagerfeld reworked the motifs in column dresses with rows and rows of illustrations evoking the Greek originals. The Models Lagerfeld’s many muses came out today. Vogue cover star Vittoria Ceretti opened the show, followed by Kiki Willems, Binx Walton, Lindsey Wixson, Amanda Sanchez, and Arizona Muse. As always, Lagerfeld took his bow with his youngest model, Hudson Kroenig. The Goddesses If a breezy, wide silhouette defined the beginning of the presentation, the final looks were pure Venus. Bias-draped gowns in pale pink and cream with gold embellishments closed the show, worn by models with golden headbands and nymph-like waves. http://www.vogue.com/article/chanel-resort-2018-fashion-show
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Women & The Family - Ancient Greek Society 08
Ancient Greek women had very different outcomes in life depending on where they were born, and the class they were born into. Some could be isolated, valued only for their ability to bear children. Some could be prostititutes ...and others could be empowered, tough, capable women who kept society together. The eighth in a "flipped classroom" series on Ancient Greek Society. Support me by subscribing and signing up to Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/DigitalDiogenes To offer feedback, drop me a line- [email protected] Thanks to Dr. Han Baltussen (University of Adelaide) and Dr. Jelle Stoop (University of Sydney) for giving me some direction on a subject which is complicated, and little known. Thanks to Antti Martikainen for the awesome music! You can look him up at anttimartikainen.com
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TEMPUS: 2015 EVHS Senior Fashion Show - Phantasia - Ancient Greece
Ancient Greece: Phantasia by Quynh-Dan Tran and Emily Luong Models: Kaylie Lu, Christine Lee, Vanessa Gonzales, Sharon Hoang, Courtney Nguyen, Kristina Anderson, Jasmine Qin, Sarah Do, Vivienne Alcantar, and Mariah Manibusan Music: Mark Foster, A-Trak, and Kimbra - Warrior and Florrie - Summer Nights We do not own the rights to any of the music.
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100 Years Of Beauty History - Greece
Info & Credits: Model: Olga Mavrommati | Camera/Editing: Katerina Tsakiri | Makeup: Hera Magaliou | Hair Styles: Argiro Kartsioti (Asimenia) | Styling/Accessories: Loukia Bouga | Music: YU - CHAOS & J.hardy | Thanks to Kilo Shop (http://www.kilo-shop.gr/) and Concept Store (http://theconceptstore.gr/). _____________________________________________ Video inspired by WatchCut Video (http://www.cut.com/) _____________________________________________ This is an attempt to trace back women's appearance in Greece, during the past 100 years, according to the prevailing standards of each decade (as these are reflected through photographs and films) and / or the historical events that sealed each decade, starting from 1910 and ending in 2010. The choice of the featured looks in this video was largely based on creation people. More specifically, on popular and important women of said periods, who were indicative of each decade and for which there was access to reference images, so that the video would have - as far as possible – an accurate historical background. Αυτό το βίντεο είναι μια προσπάθεια αναδρομής εκατό ετών στην εμφάνιση της γυναίκας στην Ελλάδα, σύμφωνα με τα κυρίαρχα πρότυπα της κάθε δεκαετίας (έτσι όπως αυτά αποτυπώνονται σε φωτογραφικά ντοκουμέντα και κινηματογραφικές ταινίες) ή / και με τα ιστορικά γεγονότα που επισφράγισαν την κάθε δεκαετία, ξεκινώντας απ' αυτήν του 1910 και καταλήγοντας σ' αυτήν του 2010. Η επιλογή των εμφανίσεων που παρουσιάζονται, βασίστηκε σε μεγάλο βαθμό σε υπαρκτά πρόσωπα. Πιο συγκεκριμένα, σε δημοφιλείς και σημαντικές γυναίκες, που συνδέθηκαν με την εκάστοτε δεκαετία και για τις οποίες υπήρχε πρόσβαση σε εικόνες αναφοράς, ώστε το βίντεο να έχει - όσο το δυνατόν περισσότερο - ακριβές ιστορικό υπόβαθρο. _____________________________________________ The looks were inspired by: 1910 Α Γυναίκες με παραδοσιακή ενδυμασία φωτογραφιών εποχής Women in traditional clothing from photographic archives 1910 Β Ανδρομάχη Παπανικολάου και γυναίκες αστικού περιβάλλοντος φωτογραφιών εποχής Andromachi Papanikolaou (spouse of pioneer in cytopathology and early cancer detection, and inventor of the "Pap smear", Georgios Papanikolaou) and socialites from photographic archives 1920 Μαρίκα Παπαγκίκα και Μαρίκα Κοτοπούλη Singer Marika Papaghika and actress Marika Kotopouli 1930 Ελένη Παπαδάκη Actress Eleni Papadaki 1940 Α Σοφία Βέμπο Singer Sophia Vebo 1940 Β Μαρία Παντίσκα, στην εμβληματική φωτογραφία του Dmitri Kessel από τη Σφαγή του Διστόμου (που δημοσιεύτηκε στο περιοδικό LIFE, το 1944) A Dmitri Kessel's iconic photograph, which was published in LIFE magazine on 11/29/1944 (Maria Pantiska, a Greek woman from Distomo village, weeps for her mother, who was killed by German soldiers, four months ago, in what would become the notorious Distomo Massacre.) 1940 C Φωτογραφικό έργο “Με τους αντάρτες στα βουνά” του Σπύρου Μελετζή A photo project by Spiros Meletzis, entitled “Being with the partisans on the mountains” 1950 Μελίνα Μερκούρη, όπως εμφανίζεται στην ταινία “Στέλλα” (1955) του Μιχάλη Κακογιάννη Actress and politician Melina Merkouri, from the 1955 film “Stella”, directed by Michalis Kakogiannis 1960 Τζένη Καρέζη και Νόρα Βαλσάμη Actresses Jenny Karezi and Nora Valsami 1970 Έλενα Ναθαναήλ, όπως εμφανίζεται στις ταινίες “Εκείνο το καλοκαίρι” (1971) του Βασίλη Γεωργιάδη και“Αναζήτησις” (1972) του Ερρίκου Ανδρέου Actress Elena Nathanael, from 1971 film “Ekeino to kalokairi”, directed by Vassilis Georgiadis and 1972 film “Anazitisis”, directed by Errikos Andreou 1980 Α “Ρόδα, Τσάντα και Κοπάνα” (1982) του Όμηρου Ευστρατιάδη A 1982 film “Roda, tsanta kai kopana”, directed by Omiros Efstratiadis 1980 Β “Έλα ν' αγαπηθούμε ντάρλινγκ” (1984) του Γιάννη Δαλιανίδη A 1984 film “Ela n' agapithoume darling”, directed by Giannis Dalianidis Οι εμφανίσεις των δεκαετιών 1990, 2000 και 2010, βασίζονται κυρίως στα βιώματα και τις παρατηρήσεις των εμπλεκομένων στην παραγωγή του βίντεο. The 1990's, 2000's and 2010's appearances, are mainly based on personal experiences and observations of the people involved in this video production. _____________________________________________ Contact: [email protected] _____________________________________________
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Ancient Greece fashion illustration
Ancient Greece fashion illustration.
Views: 616 Lady Marjola
Ancient Greece Inspired Makeup
In today's video I do Ancient Greece Inspired makeup inspired by some old portrait paintings. For hair I just put 3 braids wrapped around my head since my hair wasn't curled I didn't know what else to do with them. They usually curled their hair. On their face they used white lead and if that was not available, they’d turn to chalk. I used a Yves Rocher Concealer for my whole face. Lipsticks were made with red iron oxide and ochre clays, or olive oil with beeswax. I used Yves Rocher lipsstick "Rouge Vertige" 49 For Eyeshadow they mixed ground charcoal with olive oil. Previous video 1950's Safari look - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rNlZzuYUQq0 Ancient Rome Makeup, hair and outfit - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cGwMd1K9UDM Ancient Egypt makeup - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2wEw9wW8Tmw Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/aliciavintage/ Thank you for being here today! Subscribe and click the bell to get notified when I post a video every Sunday!
Views: 1912 Alicia Vintage
Ancient Greece Food And Clothing
Ancient Greece Food and Clothing
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Mary Kantrantzou’s Ancient Greece At London Fashion Week
The designer's pieces inspired heavily by ancient Greece hit the catwalk at the world-famous London Fashion Week | Read More: http://www.greece-is.com/news/mary-kantrantzous-ancient-greece-london-fashion-week/
Views: 435 GREECE IS
Ancient Greek Fashion
This screencast has been created with Explain Everything™ Interactive Whiteboard for iPad
Views: 390 Julia Woodrow
ancient greek fashion.mov
madison feldman and arushi thaper trinity prep english 9 dr. boerth. We do not own the song: Sandstorm by Darude We do not own some of the photos in this video Please note: Stephen Michael Grable was also a model, but due to computer problems his name was not in the video.
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Episode 2 Ancient Greek Fashion.wmv
well so much internet problems I manage to get it on here and would like to dedicate websites for my reasearch enjoy... still working on Ancient China fashion and a suprise epidsode coming soon. If want to give a shoutout, request, or Ideas... comment on my videos or Inbox me. :-)
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History of fashion ancient Greek ppt
A presentation for students of fashion history
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Garments from the past! Ancient clothing, remarkable and amazing
Garments from the past! Ancient clothing, remarkable and amazing
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Ancient Greek Fashion
By Krystal & Bianca
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Ancient Greek Fashion - Allison, Bella & Laine
6th grade project
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Preview of Ancient Greek Fashion
this upcoming episode I will also sing S.O.S by Jonas Brother karaoke style requested by singintiger
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Women in Ancient Greek
Ancient Greek women's life in the painting art
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Lagerfeld brings Ancient Greece to Paris for the latest Chanel Cruise show
(3 May 2017) LAGERFELD BRINGS ANCIENT GREECE TO PARIS FOR THE LATEST CHANEL CRUISE SHOW After traveling the world with its annual cruise collections, Chanel came home to Paris to stage its 2017/18 show Wednesday (3 May 2016), probably the last cruise collection to be designed by Karl Lagerfeld before his retirement. The designer looked to ancient Greece as his inspiration, transforming a space in the Grand Palais with massive stone walls, crumbling marble columns, pebbles on the ground, and an olive tree. This was also a nod to Gabrielle Chanel, who had a marble Venus (the goddess of beauty) in her apartment on the Rue Cambon. Lagerfeld found modernity in the Antique. The house's iconic tweeds were used in a variety of shapes from short belted dresses to patterned columns, some with fringe at the hems. On their feet, the models wore high-heeled gladiator sandals criss-crossing up to the knee, in bright shades of turquoise, orange, and canary yellow. There were large, floaty pants and pantsuits in fabrics from pleated silk to denim, bathing suits with long transparent coverups, and toga-inspired silk robes, some cut asymmetrically off one shoulder, others with classic Antique patterns. Colors ranged from black and bronze to rust, dusty rose, cream and metallics, as timeless as the stones in the decor. Metallic evening wear came embroidered with jewels, and a series of long white silk transparent robes had thick patterned sequined bands emphasizing the waist. As for accessories, there was much for Chanelistas to choose from: layers of necklaces, cuffs at the wrists, bracelets snaking around biceps, half-gloves with the double-C logo, gilded headdresses, handbags ranging from clutches to leather duffels, oversized sunglasses with sculpted frames and a good dose of attitude. Lagerfeld's young godson, Hudson Kroenig, walked the runway, as he often does, and came out for the finale holding the designer's hand. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/5db7d0a8a3b81823ea3db8d050ed3713 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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