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Fashion Duplication
 

Fashion Duplication

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  • This slide is basically a example of how certain fashion trends stick around because of patterns and such.As seen for the example of a polka dot dress in the 60s the fabric doesn’t look very thought out. Although the 60s dress doesn’t look as colorful as the one from the 2000s, the one from the 60s version is more vintage and that is what the trend is today.The look for the 2000s dress gives off a sophisticated look that most woman want to look in order to attract the eye.Many designers keep these type of designs are around because it attracts the eye and brings attention to the material.

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  • Evidence of Duplication
    The 1960 “Polka dot dress”
    The 2000s version of a “polka dot dress”
    In the 60s the polka dot dress was the ideal fun dress to wear because it popped out. This design stayed because of its successful trend.
    The 2000’s version of the polka dot dress differed from the 1960s version because of the sequence and design. Its still being worn today for a vintage look.