The New State
Kallitheas, On Track Team's case study - Recommended
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First, covered their bodies with skins from animals that they killed in their endless roaming.
Then, when they made houses, used woven stuff wrapped round bodies or fixed in shoulders.
One day when
someone opened a hole in the centre of a cloth and passed from there his
head, someone called it tunica, other poncho,
but Greek people continued naming it Chiton.
invaded dynamically in their country, brought with them heavy and luxurious
textiles, and they wore above tunics,
one and two and three dresses.
from the West, with the Industrial Revolution and the sewing machine, so suits
and dresses were full of
charm and leisure.
Sewed or wrapped, clothes followed people's culture, and the only testimonies that we have are artists' or writers' work…