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The New Look
In 1947, Christian Dior introduced a silhouette that was a dramatic departure from the wartime styles most were accustomed to. The fashion press called the rounded shoulder, ultra-slim waistline, and mid-calf hemline “The New Look,” which surprisingly was the first time the term “look” had been used to describe one’s overall style.
Vivienne Westwood’s Punk
Often dubbed the queen of punk, Westwood popularized the underground movement in London in the late ’70s with her daring designs and notorious “Sex” store. Though you no doubt know about punk, and probably don’t find it to be very shocking, at the time these safety pin-embellished youths were startling to the general population.
Cher at the Oscars
In 1988 Cher arrived to the Oscars in a head-to-toe sheer Bob Mackie dress. Not only did she snag plenty of looks at the traditionally conservative event, she also snagged an award for Best Actress inMoonstruck.
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