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  • 1900-1919

    Shirtwaist factory fire

    1900-1919

    Gibson girl look

    1900-1919

    Ww1

    1900-1919

    Fortuny's Delphos gown

    1900-1919

    Hobble skirts

    1900-1919

    Children's clothing continued to echo adult style

    1920s

    Jazz music

    1920s

    Jean patou-flapper look

    1920s

    Women started to wear cosmetics

    1920s

    Cloche hats

    1920s

    Women cut their hair short

    1930s

    Stock market crash

    1930s

    Hemlines mid calf for daytime

    1930s

    Hemlines floor for evening wear

    1930s

    Coco Chanel- little black dress

    1930s

    Mary Jane shoes

    1930s

    Hats

    1940s

    WWII

    1940s

    Christian Dior- new look- rounded shoulders

    1940s

    Bust lines, tiny waist, full skirts

    1940s

    Women wore gloves

    1940s

    Ladies wore box jackets

    1950s

    Rock and roll

    1950s

    Greaser look

    1950s

    Poodle skirts

    1950s

    Marilyn Monroe

    1950s

    Bikinis

    1950s

    Cat eye glasses

    1950s

    Leather jackets

    1960s

    Kennedy administration

    1960s

    Jackie Kennedy- channel suit and pillbox hat

    1960s

    Woodstock hippies

    1960s

    The mod look

    1960s

    Channel suits

    1970s

    Disco

    1970s

    Pantsuits

    1970s

    Hot pants

    1970s

    Platform shoes

    1970s

    Floppy hats

    1970s

    Tie dyed shirts

    1970s

    Feathered hair

    1970s

    Suede bags

    1970s

    Bell bottom pants

    1970s

    Maxi dresses

    1980s

    Princess Diana's wedding dress

    1980s

    Mtv introduced

    1980s

    Signature merchandise

    1980s

    Physical fitness attire worn

    1980s

    Leg warmers

    1980s

    Power dressing- men and women wore shoulder pads

    1980s

    Top gun movie popular

    1980s

    Banana clips held hair back

    1980s

    Madonna was a fashion icon

    1990s

    Gulf war

    1990s

    Neon colors

    1990s

    Doc martins

    1990s

    Grunge look

    2000s

    Designers followed their own preference to satisfy the needs of the consumer

    2000s

    Cat eye frames

    2000s

    Skinny jeans

    2000s

    Ed hardy- gothic trend

    2000s

    UGGS

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