The Fifties saw a return to femininity. Designers were celebrating the female hourglass figure.
Women were wearing scarves in their hair, butterfly glasses, and large waist belts, oversize rings and bracelets.
Popular designs for shoes were ballet pumps and high heels.
Fashion for teenagers was introduced in the fifties. For the first time, teenagers weren't following their parents' fashion. Movies and music have influenced the new generation that is starting to rebel against their parents.
The teenager's uniform consisted of blue jeans, t-shirts, sweaters, leather jackets and sporty looks. The leather jacket becomes a must-have and jeans also become popular.
In the early 1960s, fashion continued along the line of the 1950s. Skirt suits and matching accessories continue to be seen. First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy was an icon of this look. She was admired around the world for her look consisting of suits, sheath dresses, trapeze dresses and luxurious coats, all paired with white gloves, pearls and a hat. This look was produced by artists such as Givenchy and Balenciaga.
The fashion of the 60s broked many traditions. Examples are the miniskirt, the culottes, the boots.
THE 1990s WERE A PERIOD MARKED BY MANY FASHION TRENDS. YOUNG PEOPLE HAVE FEELED THE NEED TO SHOW THEIR INDIVIDUALITY THROUGH CLOTHING, HAIRSTYLES AND BODY DECORATIONS.