×
  1. YoNaab
  2. fashion world
  3. Fashion news and stars
  4. Who is the first fashion designer in Iran?

Who is the first fashion designer in Iran?

Everything began when the senior lady Fath Ali Shah hosted a party and invited Elizabeth McNeill, wife of John McNeill, to attend this party ....

Sin - Everything began when the senior lady Fath Ali Shah hosted a party and invited Elizabeth McNeill, the wife of John McNeill, to attend this party. Elizabeth was the wife of a British envoy to Iran, who came to court in Fathi'l-Shah in 1827 to begin a new chapter in Iran's relations with Europe.
Elizabeth McNeill, intended to wear satin satin dress, decorated with lace patterns and silk red ribbons. His dress was in contrast to the magnificent and glamorous jewelry of the courtiers. But the simple dress of the first lady of the court in Iran took the starting point to change the dress of women in the Qajar court.

اولین طراح مد در ایران,عکس اولین طراح مد
Later, in 1850, Lady Shale met Nasir al-Din Shah's mother's "Malek World". He wrote a marvelous description of the court clothes and notes in his notes that how simple his European uniforms fascinated the Qajari women at the same time.

European clothing in Qajar
Jennifer Scors, a former Middle East culture expert at the Scottish National Museum, recently spoke to "Iranian History" about the impact of European fashion on women in the Qajar court. He says that the fourth king of Qajar and his daughter played the most important role in changing the clothes of women in court. Nasseruddin Shah influenced the shape and size of the skirts, and the wedding nightclub and his wedding party, accompanied by a pinkish white satin dress, had a European-style bridal gown.

اولین طراح مد در ایران,عکس اولین طراح مد
According to the researcher, the collision with the fashion of Europe dates back to the early nineteenth century, when the Qajar kings sought to develop diplomatic relations with the European powers, creating a court in Tehran. Before the Qajar period, the knowledge of European clothing was limited to Iranian women. Most Europeans - diplomats, soldiers, traders - were men in the capital of Esfahan, the Safavids.
Naturally, they were wearing European clothes, but when they needed to dress the Iranians. European women's clothing was recognized through imported images of fashionable beauties. The images were simultaneously captured by Iranian artists who specialize in portraying their customers' albums.

The first Iranian-European fashion designer
Fashion came to Iran in the late-Qajar European style. During the reign of Nasser-al-Din Shah, this issue was facilitated by the influence of his elderly daughter Taajsalethan, who was educated and supported by the freedom of Iranian women. So that can be considered the first fashion designer of Iranian-European fashion. In his memoirs, he spoke of clothes that were in the style and colors of the European manifestation. It was also painted around the 1900s with a tight-fitting tight-fitting European tuxedo dress.

اولین طراح مد در ایران,عکس اولین طراح مد
The women's court suit, the early combination of tight blouses with long sleeves with pants in the form of a bell to the knees, was all made of silk and velvet cloth. A shawl usually covered the face and knotted under the chin. Depending on the wearer's condition, a lot of jewelry was hanged.
Changes in traditional clothes were gradually formed from the middle of the nineteenth century, featuring shorter trousers, and skirts of different size and thickness, worn on tight pants or thin socks. The introduction of European dresses to women was gradual and began in the late nineteenth century, including adaptation to traditional style.
For example, the coats were closed with the button and the V-shaped collar was shaped. Long suits with tight waists and worsted skirts underneath the coat. The overcoats were worn on coats, and sometimes the riddles of the European design used instead of tents in outfit.

Nasiruddin Shah's passion for fashion
Nasseruddin Shah actively encouraged the wearing of European clothes. His daughter, Taajsaletaneh, wrote that Nasser-al-Din Shah had told her - when she was still a kid - to wear European dresses, preferably pink and white.

اولین طراح مد در ایران,عکس اولین طراح مد
Later, the clothes she was wearing on her wedding party and wedding party were made of pink silk with white satin, complemented by a tour of European-style brides. He continued to support the adoption of fully European clothing in the 1900s. There are also pictures of women in court dressed in festive dresses with a French collar (collar) in the 1870s.
The size of skirts varied in traditional dresses until they were short and very thick in the 1860s. Nasir al-Din Shah is likely to affect the shape and size of these skirts. During his first visit to Europe in 1873, he admired the ballet dancers in Paris and introduced the model to court women in return.

The most elite Qajar women
The most influential fashion protagonists among women in the Qur'an court directly had kinship with the Shah, so they were at the highest social level. The world's property, the mother of Nasser-al-Din Shah, wore traditional clothes of great beauty and chose the best of silk and velvet for his torso and trousers. Shell was made of pearls and diamonds, while she covered a large number of bracelets and necklaces, arms and neck. Subsequently, the daughter of Nasser-al-Din Shah admired the great French princess Talesolante, wearing European fashion dresses from the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.
The response to these changes largely varied depending on the husbands' attitude towards the education of women and European rules. Conservative men could accept change in clothes, but they persisted in persisting in women to stay at home and not pursue their profession. The Tajalsalatnaya, who enjoyed a wealth of influence, was unconditionally opposed to her husband, as she dressed the European as a sign of liberation and worked for the release of Iranian women.

اولین طراح مد در ایران,عکس اولین طراح مد
White squirrel
After that, the makeup was changed to create a more homogeneous dress in women's precious women's clothing. The cosmetics were those natural products that could be combined at home or purchased from the market. The ideal makeup in those days was a smooth, white pink with red lips and red eyes, dark eyes and eyebrows.
The face was covered with a mask of powdered layers that were sometimes lead-free. Species were colored with red or marmalade hematite powder that was also used for lips. The eyes were designed to be made of Tomato Powder, which is made from tufts. The eyebrows were removed in the form of a solvent of the moon and continued in the shape of a curve with a high thickness of indigo in a separate or continuous manner. A beautiful black spot was laid in the cornea. Also, a leaf and flower decoration between the eyebrows was painted or tattooed on the chin or neck.
Red cinnamon was used to paint the palms of the palms of the hands and feet, as well as to paint the hands and feet. There were also instructions for the skin care lotion, containing cucumber for face and peach for softness and moisture of the skin.
An artistic haircut was a masterpiece and timeless one. Huge black hair was pleasant and was woven in women's waist to women's waist. The gizmo was disconnected in front of the face and the ring was ring. Woven hair could be decorated with jewelry and ribbon. Hannah was used in both models and dyed hair.

اولین طراح مد در ایران,عکس اولین طراح مد
Awareness of European fashion accessories was limited among female courtiers, and therefore products were not readily available. Few of the women who said farewell to traditional products. Here, too, Tazvalsaltane reopened again and used the fashion of Europe around the 1900s. His portraiture in European dress shows that he has also been overshadowed by a thick makeup and has a simple haircut.
Although European makeup was widely used to replace traditional ingredients, some were still used - like Henna for hair coloring.
Hairstyles changed from the elaborate knitwear to the style of modern European style during the 1920s and 1930s. Hairdressing salons in Tehran and metropolitan areas were opened because the new models needed professional skills and training that worked for expensive, expensive customers as well.

Source: vivannews