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June 8, 2021 0 Comments

You will surely ask yourself:
Can technology and its use contribute to the preservation of the environment?

How can this be possible?
To all these questions we say that YES, it is possible that technology and its use contribute to raising awareness and supporting the fight for environmental conservation.

Dressium, is part of the chain of struggle for the preservation of the planet collaborating through the exchange of dresses for free.
By downloading and subscribing you will see the range of garments that other users have shared for you and that now you will also share with them and many other users regardless of your geographical location.

The exchange of dresses that Dressium allows for you, promotes the REUSE of these garments, by doing so, you help to extend the life of the dress and not discard it, this simple task leads you to belong to the chain of fighters for the preservation of the environment .
Remember that the disposal of materials leads to the contamination of the climate, drinking water and species.


Waste helps us not to generate garbage in industrial quantities for our ecosystem.


Beutiful outside is not enough.

Do you want to wear that dream dress? Do you want it to look good on you? Raising awareness that we are part of a whole and that each of us interrelate is essential to take care of the environment.


Therefore, your good diet, the good care that you and others provide to the environment, will add health to you and consequently your external beauty will be noticed from head to toe.


Your skin, hair, body and spirit for life will make you a woman without limits just because you live in a very well cared for environment!
A good climate, fresh air, the intake of uncontaminated food will make your internal cells renew themselves in order to obtain an unsurpassed beauty that is like sunrise.

More and more beautiful and renewed!

These and infinite other reasons are enough arguments to continue in the fight to care for our environment and, in this way, be a tireless example for everyone in the world. Remember that what you do for yourself, you do for everyone.


Dressium tells you: A good example radiates!
Go ahead, share and exchange that dress that you no longer use for others that you do want to wear!

Dressium y la industria de la moda durante la pandemia

The year 2020 surprised everyone with the Covid19 pandemic virus

Known mostly as coronavirus, which has affected thousands of people worldwide.
Its lethal characteristics for some, such as fever, dry cough, loss of taste, smell, respiratory deficiency, among other symptoms, wreaked havoc that, by affecting life, afflicted everything that it entails. Of course, all this gave way to uncertainty and social distancing with months of quarantine. To everyone’s surprise, each individual – always keeping biosafety measures – set an example of tenacity by moving forward with their lives, endeavors, studies, and reinvented plans that, in turn, encouraged others to do the same.

That is why we dare to say that the “positivism pandemic” was born.

Before the bad, the good prevailed!

And, the fashion industry was no exception. Some fashion shows scheduled for 2020 were held and this contributed to the push for many other brands to materialize the launch of their collections, among them, those firms that are being born with the impulse to support the preservation of the environment, through sustainable fashion.

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The virtual strategy was a success.

For the second semester of 2020 and regardless of the distance, far or near, the human being shows once again that in the face of adversity, his strength to live prevails. As expected, the fashion shows attended by the public were very few, yet they stood out in their essence and in the message they wanted to project.

Perhaps many never imagined that large fashion firms would present their creations and that they would be successful in a virtual way. Incredibly, the Fashion Industry managed to meet from anywhere in the world through filmed videos, virtual galleries and short films, delighting its public, which could appreciate the ethical production that each firm established through distinguished scenarios complemented with models that stood out. the sustainable and avant-garde work of its designers together with a whole team.

For the months of September, October and November, the Eco Fashion firms said “present”, with presentations of little public and no public, in addition to videos. Among the outstanding brands: the house Crow Of Ruins, Nalimo, Nuz, Natural Cotton Color, Luís Flores, Miguel Genao, Cayelala, Leo Sandoval, Hrstka, Mariandrée Gaitán, Down To xJabelle, Nan, ACENTOS, the Italian brand Marni, John Galliano and his team at Maison Margiela, the British brand Burberry, Eckhaus Latta, Bottega Veneta, among others.

And, to contribute and strengthen the prevention against the coronavirus, some firms transmitted a message to the world about the importance of using face masks, making this biosafety resource part of their creations, all of them made according to the style of each designer.

From Dressium Mobile App, we applaud the world of fashion

for his perseverance at work, showing that with creativity, ethics, effort and respect, anything can be done!

In Part I of this article, we tell you what the word dress and its term are called in the field of femininity but also, we refer this garment to masculinity, giving the ancient Greeks as an accurate example.

On this occasion, we will refer you to the categories used in Egyptian, Cretan, Etruscan and Roman culture as the main clothing of the ancient age.

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For this, we cite references from the book: Brief History of Suit and Fashion, written by the specialist in the history of Fashion, James Laver.


The dress, that loose or tight one-piece garment had great particularity in Egyptian women and men, “the characteristic garment was the schenti (short skirt), a piece of fabric like a pampanilla that was held up with a belt. The schenti of the kings and high dignitaries was pleated and starched, on some occasions it was embroidered. The pharaohs wore a long robe with fringes on the edge, called: kalasiris.”


Egyptian women also wore the kalasiris transparently and it was placed above the schenti. “The women wore it close to the body, ending below the breasts and fastened with suspenders.” It is noteworthy that, in the Ancient Age, there were also cultures that raised awareness of the preservation of the environment and that culture was the Egyptian. They reasoned not to dress with fibers from animal skin, such as wool, and instead used linen.


Cretan culture dresses:

The Cretan culture was developed in Greece, it believed in various gods. The type of dress in the men of this population was the pampanilla or schenti (short skirt) “it was much more varied than the Egyptian schenti.” In the case of women, the length of the pampanilla reached the ground. Cretan clothing in both men and women suppressed the use of pins because most of the garments were tight, unlike the Greek clothing that was characterized by maintaining the folds in their fabrics.

Etruscan dresses:

Ethnicity, which according to historians, emigrated from Asia. They settled in the region of Tuscany, Italy. The women used long and tight dresses, without a belt, short sleeves and some had openings in the back, which were closed with ribbons. A long cloak was placed over the dresses. As for the men, they wore “tunic-dresses” and togas characterized by being rectangular in the mantle style.


Roman dresses:

The civilization of the Romans was born in the Italian peninsula (southern Europe), in the 8th century BC. This civilization comes from the cultural unification of Latinos and Etruscans. “The Romans took a garment from the Etruscans: the toga.” Going on to make one of the most relevant garments of Roman culture. The upper classes used this garment. The white toga was worn by politicians, including senators. “The patrician boys (belonging to the first distinguished social class of Rome) wore a toga with a purple border which was known as the toga praetexta. Upon reaching puberty, it was replaced by a white one: the virilis toga.”

For cases of mourning, there was a dark toga, it was sometimes worn on the head.


With the passage of time, the toga underwent some changes, they were made smaller and were known as pallium, worn by women and men.
Then the pallium was turned into a band, called a stole. The Roman Empire established the sewn tunic, “it consisted of two fabrics that reached the knees, except on special occasions, such as weddings, in which it reached the feet. The patricians wore it under the toga, while the soldiers and workers used it as a unique garment.”


The Romans also used tunics called dalmatic, characterized by mangas sleeves, this type of tunic became clothing of the Christian church. The embroidered tunics received the name of tunic palmata and, the elegant Romans wore it below the knee. “Sometimes they wore two superimposed tunics, an inner one: the subucula, and an outer one: the exteriodum tunic, which became longer and longer reaching the ankle and was called: caracalla, practically everyone used it. “The women’s tunics were much longer than those of the men, they were characterized by being a dress that reached the feet, they were adorned with a gold selvage and delicate embroidery. “The stola that was worn over the tunic was a similar garment but with sleeves. To leave the house, the Roman women used, on top of the stola, a large rolled cloak, similar to the toga but rectangular in shape, called the pella. ”


This is how all the previous references capture and make very clear the different forms of that unique piece, called: dress. Used by women and men in ancient times and made semi-short, long, tight or loose, among other styles. Its characteristics were subject to changes according to the advancement of time, being suppressed on an important scale in the masculinity of this Contemporary Age, but which, as a garment, is a key piece for women worldwide.


To you woman, we say:
Feel proud of the evolution of the clothing of the dress that you love so much in its different modalities.

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Dress, denomination that refers to that garment that the human being uses to cover his body. The term also refers to that single loose or tight piece worn by women.

This garment so appreciated, currently by the woman of yesterday, today and why not, always, has had an interesting evolution that has not only been subject to femininity but also to masculinity.

And this is what the art historian and specialist in the history of fashion, James Laver, referred to: “The division of clothing based on sex is not confirmed, the Greeks and Romans wore tunics or what is same, skirts.”



The dress (referring to the feminine term as the only piece) is one of the oldest garments in the world, its realization dates back to prehistory when primitive men used the skin of the animals they hunted, in order to cover themselves from the cold.

In this aspect, in order for the skin of animals to be effective, primitive men molded it in an efficient way.

“The bark of certain trees, especially oak and willow, contains tannic acid that is obtained by a process of macerating the bark in water, immersing the skin in this solution for a long time. The leathers, thanks to the bath, are definitely made flexible and waterproof. These ready-made skins could be cut and shaped; thus reaching one of the great technological advances in the history of mankind.”

Wrote James Laver, in his book “A Brief History of Suit and Fashion.”



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Not only primitive man is concerned with one-piece clothing more than 4,000 years ago … then, the men and women of ancient Greece wore a chiton, it was the name given to a tunic … James, specialist in the history of the fashion, he said: “The men’s came to the knees and the women’s to the ankles. However, men also sometimes used a long chiton. The chitón was fastened at the shoulders by means of pins or brooches and was generally tied at the waist with a belt or cord.”

This type of clothing, used by Greek women and men, ultimately seals the dress as the original garment and therefore the most predominant in the history of fashion on the planet.

The entrepreneurship of many designers towards new styles of dresses for today’s women, is thanks to the study that, consequently, inspires them to create and bring to the present similar designs that date back centuries of our ancestors.

The phrase by an unknown author but, repeated by many: “History allows us to understand our present”, leads us to assess and respond to the why and for what of the garments that we consciously select when dressing.