The first clothed clothing was made by the Egyptians.
Romans treated fashion very seriously, as the appearance of a person
gave him dignity. Wearing the wrong types of clothing often resulted
in severe criticism, especially for the women.
The Japanese developed a technique of woving patterns and design
into their clothing in the 3rd century BC. The above is an example
of a Japanese brocade.
women wore long, tight skirts of pleated linen, while the men wore