Six functions of clothing
These easy to wear blanket coats by Chloe and Matthew Williamson reflect the relaxed mood. Today when women desire for clean wearable designs these winter coats for 2010 fit in that segment perfectly.
Tarun Tahiliani’s (well renowned Indian Designer) bridal wear in majestic red-gold brocade and zardozi lehenga studded with semi-precious stones with beautiful studded neckpiece worn by Shilpa Shetty.
Lanvin collection spring/summer 2009 by designer Alber Elbaz’s is something interesting with lot of tops and one shoulder dresses, as well as many draped garments which accentuates female body and builds a gender specific look.
Bride groom dress: Dhoti Kurta with Topor (paper and shoal conical hat)During wedding groom drapes a silk cloth around the body which is tied to brides anchal of saree.
Bride’s attire: A saree with mukut on her head, the design of mukut is traced on brides face using chandan and her hais is tied in bun and covered with veil.
One of its kind theatrical group clothing by SIR THOMAS” HISTORICAL CLOTHING
A attire by Gallaino for Chirstain Dior a perfect way to show seaside sex appeal.
ALL SIX FUNCTIONS
A bridal gown (ceremony) from Mohna Lisa Couture has accentuating sex appeal with body tapering deep neck line(Sex appeal and gender differentiation)and the diamond accents on the bodice (decoration), with fur stole all in a winter white (enviornment protection) that can surely make the masses stand and applaud. This is a good example of an attirethat reflects all the six functions of clothing. It’s a beautiful gown to be worn in marriage which is a group membership occasion.