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60s women wore their best in their fashions, which helped shape fashion in this era.

It was a time of fashion innovation and there was a wide variety of styles and looks, with fashion houses all over the country working to define the looks and styles that would become popular in the 70s.

But while women are celebrating their style and fashional heritage today, many of the trends that helped shape that period have faded.

So in 2018, we take a look at some of the styles that helped define the Korean fashion scene in the 80s.

This image is a look back at the style and looks that helped set the scene for Korean street fashion in the 90s.

The style of a 1970s Korean streetwear designer would have seen him or her sporting a tailored collar, striped shirt, and button-down shirt, with long skirts and low-cut tops.

While it’s a common look in the 1980s, it’s not one that is widely used today.

The style of the designer who was in the 1970s was also often tailored to fit the needs of the women who wore the clothing.

The result was a more streamlined look than what we’re used to today.

Here’s a look of a 1980s designer in a jacket, and an even more tailored look from the same style designer.

This look is typical of the style that would come to define a 1970-style streetwear.

The fashion designer who created the 1970-styled look was a Korean born in 1946.

But it was a different story for her.

While the look was popular in her native South Korea, it wasn’t the way that most people from the rest of Asia wore it.

This is a 1970’s style.

The designer who started it was born in Korea in 1945, and lived in the United States until her death in 1984.

The Korean designer was very much a new face to the fashion world, and she had a great influence on fashion trends that were still being influenced in the 1960s.

For the most part, women of that era wore the same kinds of clothes that were popular in Korea.

But women of the time were more likely to be more feminine, and the style was more influenced by the styles of their friends, especially Korean-Americans.

As a result, some of these trends may have faded as women have moved into the new generation.

But the style is still in use today, and it’s one that has influenced the look of many Korean street style styles over the years.

While many of these street fashion trends have faded, we still see many of them.

Here are some of our favorites from the 60’s:As you can see, there are still a few trends in the Korean street scene.

These trends helped define Korean streetfashion as it continued to evolve.

You can also check out the style of some of those trends that have changed over the decades.

Here is a vintage look from a 1970.

The looks were influenced by many of those of today.

Some of the looks that made the transition from 1970s street fashion to the 80’s are in the style hall of fame.

Here, we have a look from 1980s.

This style is popular among women in their 40s and 50s.

Here you can also see the influence of Korean-American women on this look.

The styles of today’s streetwear are often influenced by fashion designers who came from Korea in the past.

We also find some of their influences here.

Some of these are Korean-inspired styles that were also popular in their 30s.

And, of course, there’s a classic style that’s very popular in its day.

The look of the 1970’s is very much in style today, but it’s still in style in the fashion hall of famer of today!

Here’s the look that would have been popular in that era.

This is a style that was popular and seen by many women of a similar age.

This 1960s style was also popular with Korean- Americans in the 1990s.

You will find the same look in many of today’ s styles.

Here’s a 1970 vintage look.

This 1970s style would be popular among Korean- American women.

Here are some styles that still resonate today.

These styles were popular among Asian women in the 40s, and they are also in the hall of fashion.

This looks like a style popular among older women in Korea, which also influenced the style today.

Here is an 80s style.

This 80s street style was popular with women in both their 20s and 30s in the late 80s and early 90s, when it was still popular.

But this style would have become less popular if it hadn’t been influenced by Korean-style styles in the early 90’s.

Here we see the look popular with younger Korean- women today.

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