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  • 1900's

    Fashion in the 1900’s is very different from the modern style however some of the fashion come back to the 2000,s
  • 1910's

    A look that became popular bescause of balletss was the Arabian look. One of the ballets that used this look was Skkcheherazlkl;kade.
  • 1920's

    Fashion has always been influenced by the mode of transportation, the architecture of the period, and the customs of the people, and so it was in the 1920's.
  • 1930's

    Fashion of the 1930s was directly influenced by the Wall Street Crash of October 24, 1929 and the subsequent Depression.
  • 1940's

    Clothes were re-used and recycled into something else when they became beyond repaid.
  • 1950's

    1950s fashion, like all fashion, reflected the fears and aspirations of its time. Two decades of deprivation and struggle were relieved by the threat of global nuclear war. Wartime restrictions and rations were removed, disappearing for most by the mid-1950s; in America, and parts of Europe, a new prosperity blossomed out of the ashes.
  • 1960's

    The 1960s is an exciting era in vintage clothing and fashion. The hemlines went anywhere from floor length to ultra mini. Mod style appeared in the late 60s setting a tone of a whole new era of style. The new look made way for a lines and empire waists and the colors went from solid to bold, psychedelic with a hint of warmth.
  • 1970's

    It is said that male appearance got changed more in this decade than any other time in the century. In the US, fashion was focused on simple and longer skirts. Jeans became more popular, becoming an accepted item in the fashion scene.
  • 1980's

    This cannot be necessarily said of the fashion from the previous decades, because they share common elements that make them hard to distinguish from each other. It is safe to say that the 1980s fashion is in a completely distinct class of its own.
  • 1990's

    The 1990s fashion designer no longer created clothes with complimentary cosmetics and scent, customers wanted to buy into a lifestyle. Designer's logos no longer shouted conspicuous consumption, but whispered subliminal messages. The Gucci snaffle, the Hermes bag, the small but perfectly formed Prada triangle in the silver and black were all 1990s' symbols for the chic and hip, understood only by those who knew the precise code.
  • 2000's

    The 2000s are often described as a "mash-up" decade,[1] where trends saw the fusion of previous styles, global and ethnic clothing, as well as the fashions of numerous subcultures, such as hipsters. For the most part, the decade did not have one particular style but recycled styles from the 1930s-1980s, which was common in 1990s fashion.