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  • UNIT B EVOLUTION AND MOVEMENT OF FASHION 2.03 Recognize the relationship between historical events and fashion evolution. The 1990's
  • Mood of the decade
    • Sandra Day O’Connor—first woman on Supreme Court
    • AIDS first identified
    • Collapse of the Soviet Union and the expansion of overseas companies
  • Mood of the decade (cont.)
    • Longest bull market in Wall Street history
      • More luxurious fashions are introduced as people have more money to spend.
      • More luxurious fabrics enter the market.
  • Mood of the decade (cont.)
    • Casual Friday—khakis, polos, loafers, jeans with company T-shirts worn to work
    • Internet
      • Finger-tip access to global fashion information
      • Online shopping
  • Mood of the decade (cont.)
    • Street Fashions
      • Hip-Hop style
      • Jeans, logo T-shirts, windbreakers, all oversized
      • Body piercing
      • Tattooing
      • Doc Martens
      • Backpack purses
  • Mood of the decade (cont.)
    • Megabrands
      • Youthquake with Tommy Hilfiger
      • FUBU
      • Banana Republic
      • J. Crew
      • Old Navy, The Gap, Abercrombie and Fitch
      • Tweens (8 to 12 years old), Gap Kids, Limited Too
  • Mood of the decade (cont.)
    • Women’s competitive and adventure sports—Example: WNBA
      • Athletic shoes
      • Sports bras
  • People who influenced fashion
    • Princess Diana —most photographed woman ever
    • Tommy Hilfiger —“brand image” designer
    • Gianni Versace—designer with rock star type sex appeal
    • Isaac Mizrahi —high-fashion designer whose line is sold exclusively by Target
    • Ralph Lauren —“preppy” styles for men and women
  • People who influenced fashion
    • Music, movies, and television
      • Garth Brooks — western shirts
      • Shania Twain — bare midriffs and tight fitting clothes
      • Back Street Boys —“ oversized” clothes
      • Madonna — the bustier
      • Jennifer Aniston —“Rachel” hairdo on Friends
  • People who influenced fashion
      • Russell Simmons —Phat Farm hip-hop clothing
      • Sean John Combs (“P. Diddy”) —denim-based signature sportswear for men and boys