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  1. 1. Research By Munirba
  2. 2. Secondary Research - Data collected through the internet, books or archive media The first piece of secondary research I am doing to be doing will be through the internet and this will be based around fashion. Fashion – The fashion I will be researching will be from the 2000s onwards, this is when I think fashion played a very big part in everything people did, i.e. music videos and movies had a consistent fashion from the 2000s onwards. This fashion was very uni-sex varied most clothing items men and women were both able to wear. Here is one clothing item you can see is worn through the 2000s by men and women ‘crop top. But now 2017 it is only considered for women and most men would be considered ‘ girly ‘. Another famous trend from the 2000s are halter neck tops and off the shoulder tops, these may seem normal items to have but then it was seen as a basic form of clothing just like a black/white shirt. I found a couple fashion shows from a couple years ago reflecting the start of the 2000s fashion, this fashion show is from 1992 and is based around the fashion in the 2000s, this shows that the actual fashion came out years back but was only brought into the eye many years later. In apposed to this fashion show was around which was around the 1999s and shows a more conservative look but this is the time the fashion from a decade ago came back into fashion but designer companies where coming into a new look. Again this is to actors and models who brought the fashion that stated in 1992 back into 2000s and made it the signature 2000s fashion. Fashion varied from the 2000s to 09 where mainly introduced by fashion designers such as Alexander McQueen, Vera Wang, Christian Louboutin, Jean-Paul Gaultier, Vivienne Westwood, and Karl Lagerfeld. The top supermodels of the decade were Kate Moss, Gisele Bündchen, Adriana Lima, Alessandra Ambrosio, Heidi Klum, Naomi Campbell, Tyra Banks, Karolína Kurková, Miranda Kerr, Izabel Goulart, Selita Ebanks, Christy Turlington and Linda Evangelista. These are some of the fashions designers even fashion models that had contributed to the fashion we now call fashion from the 2000s. Fashions varied in the 2000s such as people as hip hop singers and r’n’b singers had added a certain image people would follow. Around the 2004 African culture and dresses where coming more into the eye of people and more and more people would express wearing the styles. The 2004 consisted of people wearing different fashions and over laying a lot of clothing. I also have found a video on most fashion trends from the 2000s. this video. In conclution I would say that the 2000s fashion is more about mixing patterns and styles, making clash and that become into the 2000s fashion trend.
  3. 3. Secondary Research – Locations Alexandra road esate The barbican - Ally pally probably has the most history to offer as it is known as an historic venue place I would like to focus on this venue as I feel like it has a lot of offer to the people of UK as many artist of different genres have preformed here e.g Skept and Elton John. - Alexandra Park was opened to the public on 23 July 1863 - the palace was completed in 1873 and, on 24 May of that year, Alexandra Palace and Park was opened. - Only 16 days later, Alexandra Palace was destroyed by a fire which also killed three members of staff. Only the outer walls survived; a loan exhibition of a collection of English pottery and porcelain, comprising some 4,700 items of historic and intrinsic value, was also destroyed - Trellic towers I like the architecture and I imagine a very creative photoshoot with it - Trellick Tower is a 31-storey block of flats in Kensal Town, Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea, London, England - By the late 1970s Trellick Tower was a scene of crime including rape and the assault of a child, and anti-social behaviour, and many tenants resisted a transfer there. With the introduction of the 'right to buy' council homes, many of the flats were bought by the tenants. In 1983 the building received a concierge. (has a very negative past but the fact that the community stick together does not really get reflected upon as of the past of it) - The oil-fired boilers originally used became obsolete due to the 1973 oil crisis, the year after the tower opened. The flats now have electric heaters and the plant room although disused, still houses most of the now defunct plant. A planning application was made to convert it into a apartment but was refused by the council St Pauls cathedral – I like the history and thought put into the new architecture of the St Pauls Cathedral - An Anglican (English Church) cathedral - Built in 1675 was rebuilt many times before after this date due to war damage and fire damages in the church but the main building today was based of from the 1675 model. - First design goes back to the 12th century - The war damage cause most havoc in the famous dome of the cathedral, which was resigned and took 15 years to complete the year of the compilation was October 2011. This also was fully completed in 2012, that is the final St Pauls cathedral.
  4. 4. Secondary Research London bridge - The London bridge is based in the south east of London, in the borough of Southwark - The current London bridge building was built around the 1970s - Was first a normal part of London, as it has supermarkets and little shops, including a church on the London bridge because of the shops being tightly packed there would often of fire attacks. - After the change in the deign of the London bridge was introduced and the production of the current London bridge started and that is the London bridge we now see, this is now only use a London seeing sight and a place for transport via walking, driving and the boats. Alexandra road estate - This estate built for after the world war to home people who homes where destroyed during the war. - Also known as Alexandra and Ainsowrth estate or just as Rowley way - The design took place in 1968 at the Camden's architecture department - The estate homes to more than 500, with 4 stories - Main aim was to beat housing with poor qualities and to have a stand off balcony hence why the entire estate is built off rock and concrete - This now recently costs higher as it is part of art - Has suffered the least of vandalism from other estates in Camden - Described as one of the most ‘ distinguished groups of buildings since the world war ii ‘ The Barbicun Estate - Was featured In Skeptas shutdown video - Bulit during the 1960s and 1970s, based in the East Central of London, the area was destroyed due to damage from the world war ii - The area has always been densely packed hence the reasons to why the estate is so big - The Barbicun contains an art centre, public library, London city school for girls and YMCA (currently closed) - The new construction includes facilities for the London city school for girls, the estate is enclosed and is literally a square with an empty middle - In September 2001 is was announced as the grade II listed - It is also considered to be a landmark and is a concreate example of the brutalist architecture - The estate has 3 main towers which are 42 stories high (Cromwell tower, Shakespeare tower, Luaderdale Tower) - Once was also considered to be the highest towers of London.