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Title: 1990 s Fads and Trends Author: TIM MOORE Last modified by: hankins Created Date: 2/13/2007 8:47:44 AM Document presentation format: On-screen Show (4:3) – PowerPoint PPT presentation

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Title: 1990


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1990s Fads and Trends
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The Reebok Pumps
  • was made as a collaboration between Reebok and
    industrial design firm Design Continuum
  • released in 1989 as a basketball high-top shoe.
  • The shoe was extremely expensive compared to
    other retail athletic shoes at the time.

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  • It became a type of status symbol on urban
    basketball courts and eventually in suburban high
    schools
  • After the success of the basketball shoe, Reebok
    designed pump shoes for football, tennis, and
    track

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Rollerblades/ Inline Skates
  • During the late 1980s and early 1990s the
    popularity of inline skates had a strong
    popularity
  • led by the company Rollerblade, Inc
  • promoted and popularized inlines- its skates
    became so successful that the term "Rollerblades"
    has become synonymous with "inline skates," and
    many people call any form of skating
    "Rollerblading"

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Overalls and Denim Shorts
  • Denim overalls regained popularity in 1992
  • Denim overalls fit well with the grunge and
    neo-hippie fashions
  • Denim overalls remained popular through 2000,
    being adapted to fit the changing styles.

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  • Denim shorts became fashionable in 1992.
  • White denim became popular among girls in 1992,
    and remained popular through 1998.

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Grunge and Neo-Hippie Fashion
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  • Grunge- Achieved mainstream along with music in
    1992
  • Anti-fashion
  • decline in the popularity of bright colors
  • dominated by plaid flannel shirts, stonewashed
    blue jeans, and dark colors like maroon, forest
    green, indigo, and brown.

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  • White and black were also popular colors in
    grunge fashion
  • Grunge fashion popularized Doc Martens style
    shoes and boots, and high top sneakers in red,
    indigo, forest green, and black

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  • Although the grunge look was considered
    "anti-fashion", the fashion industry turned the
    grunge look into a distinct fashion style
  • industry began selling such items as plaid hooded
    sweatshirts, plaid sweatshirt vests, plaid long
    sleeved t-shirts, and plaid shorts

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  • Hippie Fashion- began to reenter the fashion
    world in 1990 with the return of tie-dye shirts
  • Followed in 1991 with the advent of sunglasses
    shaped like the granny glasses of the late 1960s.

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  • The full blown revival of hippie fashion began in
    1992 with the return of bell-bottom jeans
  • Crotched Vests also considered part of the hippie
    revival became popular among teenaged and
    pre-teen girls in 1993
  • Most fashion critics considered the grunge and
    the neo-hippie looks complimentary

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Television and Movies
  • Early 1990s

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  • The Cosby Show
  • Roseanne
  • Cheers
  • A Different World
  • Americas funniest Home Videos

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Roseanne
  • Roseanne is the story of lower class family
    struggling with life's essential problems
  • Marriage, Children, Money and Parent's in Law.

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  • Show circles around the Connor family - a family
    of five DJ, Darlene, Becky, Roseanne and Dan.
  • The household's mother, Roseanne, is being
    accompanied in her quest to keep the family
    together by her sister Jackie and various friends
    over the years

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  • Saved by the Bell
  • Seinfeld
  • Wings

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Seinfeld
  • Jerry Seinfeld portrayed himself as a young
    single comic in New York coping with dating,
    nutty friends, and the indignities of city life.
  • A show about Nothing

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  • Jerry Elaine, his ex-girlfriend and platonic
    pal George, his worrywart best friend and
    eccentric entrepreneur Kramer, the next-door
    neighbor who constantly wandered in and out of
    his apartment.

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  • enormous hit and was the archetypal
    friends-hanging-out series of the 1990s.
  • Most stories were about life's trivia, waiting in
    line, forgetting where your car is parked,
    throwing away someone's prized TV Guide.

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Pushing the Limits
  • Many shows in the early 1990s pushed the limits
    of what was seen as appropriate for television.

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  • South Park- violent language and content
    cartoom
  • Melrose Place, Party of 5, Beverly Hills 90210-
    sexual content and many former taboos that never
    previously been in television.
  • Still cause many debates and protest but as we
    all know these shows are nothing compared to many
    shows today.

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Movies of the early 1990s
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Home Alone The Hunt
for Red October Aladdin Wayne's World
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  • Jurassic Park
  • Mrs. Doubtfire
  • Forrest Gump

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"Arachnophobia"
  • -Jeff Daniels, John Goodman
  • A spider hitchhikes its way from the jungles of
    South America to the countryside of the United
    States in a coffin.
  • It sets up a new colony that is organized like
    an ant colony, and it begins to prey on all
    creatures in the surrounding area including
    humans.

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Forrest Gump
  • Was based on a novel by Winston Groom
  • story of a simple man (Gump) and his epic journey
    through life, meeting historical figures,
    influencing popular culture and experiencing
    first-hand historic events while largely unaware
    of their significance, due to his low IQ of 75.

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  • The film differs substantially from the book on
    which it was based.

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