The term Moda is often related to the way of dressing.

Fashion-also known, historically costume-is born partly from the human necessity related to the survival of covering with fabrics, skins or materials worked to be worn.

In reality, the dress also assumed precise social functions, to distinguish the various classes and the priestly, administrative and military tasks.

The women, who were excluded, did not renounce to dress with extreme care. More related to psychology is the appearance of masking.

The clothes can serve to hide sides of the personality that you do not want to know or, vice versa, to show them. Think, for example, the proverb: "The dress does not make the monk."

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