With the increasing awareness of equal rights, the new focus of women’s attitudes on T-stage and awards ceremony is to blur gender boundaries and design and remodel suits. The development of women’s suits can be regarded as a concise portrayal of historical turbulence, seemingly subtle progress and subversion, behind which there are great changes in society and great leaps in ideology. From Mr. Christian Dior’s Bar Jacket to Yves Saint Laurent’s cigarette suit during the feminist movement in the 1960s, to Mr. Giorgio Armani’s power Suit empowering women to take the initiative in the workplace, it’s not difficult to count the major turning points. Women wear suits step by step.
With the rapid development of mass media in more than a hundred years, the suits on the screen have gradually come into reality, realizing the gorgeous turn from gender taboos to wardrobes. In the 1930, when suits were scarcely worn by women, Hollywood actress Marlene Dietrich successfully created a classic template for men’s and women’s wear in the film Morocco; more than a decade later, actress Katharine Hepburn took over the flag of suit leader. When the curtain officially opened in the second half of the 20th century, the suit fashion of actresses really ushered in a booming stage.