Ready to wear clothes are usually presented by fashion houses in a special period called the 'Fashion Week' in specific cities such as Paris, Milan and New York.
Ready to wear garments are usually cheaper because they use materials that are cheap to obtain and therefore appeal to a larger part of the society.
The wool was wrapped around the person and pinned on the shoulder with a broach.
Fabric was mainly white or off-white, but never bright colored. Hair was mainly worn in braids or covered by fabric draped like a hood.
With the spread of Christianity, clothing in medieval times became modest.
Although the basic tunic style dress was still used, it became longer and sleeves were added.
About every 10 years a totally new kind of dress is in style. Inventions and good economy bring many changes with it. Fashion often seems to go in a big loop repeating itself over and over again. s fashion has changed and gone from fancy to simple and easy to wear.
In the 20th century fashions change as quickly as lightning because of mass production and fast moving society.
A business must register with the 'Syndical Chamber for Haute Couture', Paris, for it to be recognized as a Houte couture fashion house.
Each member company should have at least 15 employees and be able to exhibit their elegant outfits twice each year (Kabaivanova, (2007).