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90's fashion gave us Marc Jacobs, Donna Karan DKNY, and Ralph Lauren. We saw globalisation of fashion retailers such as Gap and retail branding became quite a big deal giving us Tommy Hilfiger, Hollister and other 'clubs' people could buy into through style. Re cycling became trendy thus giving us vintage clothing and also the new trend grunge (a mix of hippie and punk: a layered scruffy and messy look). The 'less is more' approach that adapted from the minimalist approach to art in the 60s, became a philosophy amongst many fashion gurus and came to describe the basic look of fashion in the 90s: basic colours, basic cuts, basic shapes all became trendy. As you may of guessed the ever lasting argument of whether fashion can be considered as art was probably as well known as Britney Spears in the 90s!