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British retailer Peter Hahn conducted a survey among women in the UK and made a list of the most iconic garments of the past 50 years. It was published by the Sun.
The study involved two thousand respondents. The result is the most favorite thing in the wardrobe of the Brits turned out to be a mini-skirt, which, in their opinion, has become a symbol of “youth and rebellion of the 1960s”. It was voted, 55 percent of women.
In second place came the classic American jeans brand Levi’s 501 (42% of the votes), the third — leather shoes British Shoe manufacturer Dr Martens (37 percent).
They were followed by the classic denim jacket. It was chosen by 34 percent of respondents.
In fifth place was the knee-high boots (33 per cent), on the sixth — pencil skirt (30 percent).
The final list of steel length dress Maxi top, tight skinny jeans, biker jacket and flared jeans.
Earlier in October, the specialists of the platform Lyst, analyzing consumer behavior in the fashion industry, studied user search queries in Google, in social networks and on the websites of online retailers. Based on these results they concluded that the company of designer Virgil, Abloh Off-White became the most popular in the world.
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