Fashion and Modeling Interview Preparation Guide
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25 Fashion & Modeling Questions and Answers:

1 :: When did a dog collar first become fashionable in clothing?

From 1895 dresses and blouses often featured very high dog collar styles on necklines. This style reached high to the jaw and was made popular by the then Princess Alexandra who had a small scar on her neck.
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2 :: What age are antique garments?

Over 100 years old would be the strict definition. However, now often taken to mean anything from 1920 or earlier when refer to clothing. As they become rarer, these garments and accessories are frequently the type of items museums like to get their hands on. Museums like to fill gaps in their collections. They also like to create themes or collections based around an art movement like Art Deco or Baroque.
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3 :: What age are vintage garments?

This is anything from 1920 onward to 1960. After that date, an item is retro.
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5 :: Who was the most famous American female fashion icon of the 1960s?

Jacqueline Kennedy was later known as Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis.
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7 :: Whom did Tom Ford design fashion for until recently?

House of Gucci
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9 :: What were Yuppies in the 1980s?

Yuppies are Young Urban Professionals. Yuppie was an acronym for 'Young Upwardly Mobile Professional Person'. The word was coined by the advertising industry to capture the essence of a particular type of work hard, play hard, ambitious minded city career person of either sex. The hectic lifestyle of a yuppie meant that after long hours of Work, rare free time was spent in a self-indulgent way frittering away the cash earned on anything, from expensive make up and perfume, to a bottle of fine champagne. Conspicuous wastage was part of the attitude.
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10 :: What does the acronym YUPPIES stand for?

Yuppie was an acronym for 'Young Upwardly Mobile Professional Person'.
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