In New York, the corset ball dressing, socialite Mary Phelps Jacob a 100 years ago is the destruction of her pure gown silhouette. A flash of inspiration, along with a sewing kit, pink ribbon and two handkerchiefs, led her to design a modern corset style bra.
Jacobs won an American patent in 1914. Her innovation was to lift the chest from the shoulder and divide the chest into two different shapes. And there is some debate about the inventor of the bra, some people say that this is Amy’s eighteenth century French lingerie maker, Yakaduoer, fashion, clothes in the Sydney museum curator Glynis Jones, Jacob’s design is a modern bra and a $30 billion industrial base.
People have been trying to use corset style bra before, but we remember her because she really created bras, breasts, and separated and made a patent.”
Jacobs sold her patent for $1500, and over the next 30 years, she sold more than $15 million. For the first time in mass production, women can wear soft, light clothing to separate the breasts.
The popularity of the first World War to help cement the bra, after the British and American women were asked to give up their tights free metal in the United States will save 25000 kilograms, enough to help the construction of two allied warships.
More than 100 of bras are in the museum’s clothing Museum, and the oldest is a “‘bust modifier,” Jones said. “Evolved underwear is a technology driven trend in all the contours of the past 100 years.”.
Edward’s profile is a zigzag: shape with the’bust modifier under the great depression.
“It’s like a headband is made of linen, with Boning and laces  through the front of it, you can wear shoes, it creates a frame in front of the breast, causing it to expand the chest. But it won’t separate them. It created the idea that Edward’s clothes are very popular.”
Every woman remembers her first bra – this is a right is also a kind of fashion, from the last century, the 20s recession crushed flat, designed to give women a childish chart, to the last century in 30s, when people created a popular fabric bra more affordable than cotton with a more expensive silk is a better choice.
This means that lingerie is becoming cheaper and cheaper, with a variety of styles.”
In the last century in 50s, Whirlpool created stitching progress, which is responsible for the’torpedo-shaped breast. “.” “You have stitching, going to point in the nipple and really pushing it all of a sudden and you get in the form with Jayne Mansfield and Marilyn Monroe,” Jones said.
1960s and 70s are about color and collocation. Buy a more useful outfit, colored prints and matching bra and trouser suits. Underwear looks more interesting.
In 90s, underwear became a coat. Underwear becomes so beautiful that you can wear it outside, and you get a lot of designer lingerie.”
Wonderbra was founded in 1964, but 1994 really took off when Eva Herzigova put her coat model in Times Square and said, “Hello boy.””.
The magic bra has 54 design elements: it will crash, you can wear a low cut clothing, but it also brings depression. It gives women fuller forms.
By contrast, Jacob’s original patent bra application had only eight design elements.
And the magic bra ad 1994 caused a sensation in lingerie, and today’s parade is commonplace.
Last year, a Ambrosio model known as the flower of fantasy runway wearing Victoria secret Fantasy Bra – $2 million 500 thousand because of the design of the flower covered. The company has been making 1996 of dream bras a year, but 2001 is its most expensive bra. Nicknamed “star of the sky” bra, it costs $12 million 500 thousand, with 1200 Sri Lanka Pink Sapphire and 90 carat diamond core valued at $10 million 600 thousand. Fantasy Bra is part of the company’s marketing strategy, because some naked women are no longer enough to ensure media attention. Only 1 million of the bras sold were sold and most of them were removed.
The annual Victoria secret fashion show, consisting of half naked women, was broadcast in 185 countries, with 9 million 500 thousand viewers in the United states. This is the League away from the first TV commercials in the bust at 1954.
The company is the first lingerie to be advertised on television.” “At the time they weren’t allowed to live on television, but they showed the packaging until the last 70s, and you were actually allowed to show off models wearing underwear on television,” Jones said. In fact, Jones is the search for a company’s bra collection of museums.
But despite the cost and popularity, scientists are divided about the value of corset style bra.