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90s Presentation

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More About The 90's !
The 1990s
Compared to the current decade, the 90's decade shows just how far we've advanced our intelligence of technology, as well as how the music choices, clothing styles and fads and how people kept up with the news (through the use of technology) have altered.
TV & Music
Clothing Trends
The term "supermodel" started being used.
Shows like Beverly Hills 90210, Saved by the Bell, Married With Children and The Fresh Prince of Bel Air influenced fashion a lot.
The "Rachel" haircut became popular thanks to Jennifer Aniston on the show Friends
Vibrant streetwear was an early '90s style and Will Smith became a trendsetter on The Fresh Prince with his colorful tracksuits and style
The Spice Girls were known for their flashy and unique outfits
Political Events in the 90s
The Early 90's
Dance music was very popular. The more popular types
of music had a "darker" feel to it.
Some of the big hits were:
U Can't Touch This-MC Hammer
Ice Ice Baby- Vanilla Ice
Everybody Dance Now-C&C Music Factory
Whitney Houston- I Will Always Love You
Mid and Late 90's
Some Influential Celebrities & Trendsetters
Winona Ryder
Some popular bands and solo artists would be:
-The Backstreet Boys
-N 'Sync
-98 Degrees
-Green Day
-Guns n Roses
-The Foo Fighters
-The Spice Girls
-NKOTB
was the ultimate '90s "It" Girl
had roles in cult-classic films like Edward Scissorhands
her tomboyish style quickly caught attention
Technology
(Early 1990's) Very large, lacked extra features, used by a low percentage of the population (even in the wealthier nations)
World Wide Web(Publicized On 6 August 1991, CERN, a pan European organization)
First web browser went online in 1993
E-mail( Microsoft acquires the popular Hotmail webmail service)
Instant messaging and the Buddy list(AIM and ICQ)
Build E-commerce websites( Amazon.com, eBay, AOL, and Yahoo!)

TV Shows
Though some of the TV show series from the 90's have
ended, many people will continue to remember some of the most famous TV series of that decade. Directors are even considering making "come-back" episodes about these loved series.
Digital technology
What are some examples?
-The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air*
-Friends*
-Boy Meets World*
-Saved by the Bell*
-Full House
Drew Barrymore
this actress took elements of grunge—dark makeup, choppy hair, tattoos—and mixed them with bohemian staples like daisy chains for her own style
stared in many movies
MP3 Player (released in late spring of 1998)
The rise of components of technology (CD burner, CD-ROM, Flash memory card, Software)
Gwen Stefani
known for her athletic build and style
often just performed cargo pants and a cropped beater
Grunge
Grunge mainly consisted of flannel shirts, blue jeans, worn-out shoes or combat boots and dark colors.
Grunge was associated with popular rock and roll musicians
was quickly picked up by designers, like Marc Jacobs who released high-end fashions based on the look, and it was turned into something that could be worn on the catwalk and in expensive stores.
Grunge fashion became less popular by the mid-1990s, because the economy improved and dressing cheaply was no longer needed.
some elements of grunge have never really gone away, and the style has been adapted into things like "neo grunge" and "glunge"
Influences from Stars and shows
The music, having a darker feel in the earlier years, began to have a more lighter feel. More of the bands began to rise in popularity.
Things like jelly shoes, bandanas, Baby G watches, overalls (with one strap undone for the cool kids), slap bracelets, butterfly clips, scrunchies, baby doll dresses and skorts were quite popular
Grunge and hiphop fashion took over.
The pants sagging trend started in the 1990s
Designers
Marc Jacobs became the designer for Louis Vuitton
1990, Gianni Versace launched his couture line
Calvin Klein was announced the Men and Womenswear Designer of the Year in 1993
The Antwerp Six consisted of the following designers: Walter Van Beirendonch, Dries Van Noten, Dirk Bikkembergs, Marina Yee, Dirk Van Saene, and Ann Demeulemeester. They became quite popular but eventually disbanded towards the end of the 90s

Alexander McQueen is another designer who became famous during the 1990’s, and In 1997, Alexander McQueen became the head designer at Givenchy.
Cellphones:

Pagers:
A wireless telecommunication device (receives and displays numeric or text messages, or receives and announces voice messages)

Popular
Will Smith
stared in the Fresh Prince of Bel Air
stared in many films like The Men In Black, Independence Day, etc.
was a trendsetter with his bright hiphop fashion for the show The Fresh Prince of Bel Air
Jennifer Aniston
stared in the show Friends
the "Rachel" haircut became famous because of her
dated Brad Pitt (eventually married and then divorced)
Backstreet Boys
American vocal harmony group
members are A. J. McLean, Howie Dorough, Nick Carter, Kevin Richardson, and Brian Littrell
rose to fame with their debut international album, Backstreet Boys in 1996
some famous tracks include As Long As You Love Me (1997), I Want It That Way (1999), Quit Playing Games (With My Heart) (1997)
The Spice Girls
each member has developed a nickname
members are Melanie Brown ("Scary Spice"), Melanie Chisholm ("Sporty Spice"), Emma Bunton ("Baby Spice"), Geri Halliwell ("Ginger Spice"), and Victoria Beckham, née Adams ("Posh Spice")
have sold over 80 million records worldwide
were known for their unique flashy fashion
some famous tracks include Goodbye (1998), Wannabe (1997), 2 Become 1 (1997), Spice Up Your Life (1997)
In the 90`s there was plenty of growth in between cultures, the economy, the internet, and the trades.
Identity in the 90s: News and Culture
They read magazines, print/newspaper and watched TV it was either live or pre-recorded depending on the story. Since the creation of the internet there was more communication around the world. The world was becoming more multicultural and there was more acceptance for culture and more diversity. As the people got together a lot of slang were used, such words as: my bad, word, and phat.
The Usage of the Internet in the 90s
Since the creation of the internet, in the 1960’s, the internet was not used very much but in 1993 there was an exponential growth in the use of the internet because of the growing companies. They companies used the internet to communicate with others to get work done.
The WTO in the 90s
WTO is short for World Trade Organization. In the 1990’s the WTO watched the Trade Facilitation (government controlled trading) because of the decrease of the tariff(the tax on importing and exporting goods). The trade flow also increased which helped make everything more globally connected. Being globally connected with developing countries they helped produce networks for them.
TNCs in the 90s
In the 90’s there were some TNCs’ there that are still here today such as Wal-Mart, and Mcdonald's. We see these TNCs’ almost everyday because they are everywhere. These two TNCs’ have expanded all around the world. Both Walmart and McDonalds have put new stores all over the world. The people of that particular country can experience how we live and they can see our worldview.

Transportation of Goods in the 90s
In the 90’s they used most of the same transportation of goods that we did. Such as the cargo ship, airplane, and the train. They shipped large amounts of oil to other countries and it was a very good century for the oil companies. They also shipped clothes, toys, and oil overseas.
Economy in the 90s
The 90`s were good because they was an increase of jobs, stock markets, and productivity. In the U.S.A. they tried to make a Bull Market(shares with rising prices, which encourages buying) for the oil because there was a great amount of people buying oil. There was an increase in oil prices so they had to increase the taxes. In 1994 the U.S. GDP grew and there was an increase in jobs. The 90`s was a good century for oil and economic growth.
The internet and had a great influence on the world and the upcoming century, how we use technology, and communicate. The trade around the world helped us interconnect with each other and now we are more multicultural. The economy put us where we are today, with jobs being made everyday, and how we buy things and spend money.
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