The 1930s to the 1960s were a time of big fashion trends and mass production, with a vast amount of designer clothes sold at auction.
The most famous of these was the iconic red and white striped shirt worn by Oscar Wilde in his film The Picture of Dorian Gray, which sold for $400,000.
But the popularity of the red and green striped shirt did not last long, with the design falling out of fashion in the 1960, 70s and 80s.
Now, many people associate this style with a man’s early life, as evidenced by the number of red and grey striped shirts and jeans that were worn in the late 20th century.
Men’s fashion The style’s origins in Europe are not entirely clear.
In France, the colour red is a symbol of wealth, power and virility.
But there are many theories as to how it came to be.
Some argue that red and blue were the colours used to represent the French monarchy, while others claim it originated in Italy and became associated with the Italian mafia.
The origins of the colour blue are still unclear, although it has been associated with many of the most famous and influential men of the 19th century, including Charles Darwin, who lived from 1853 to 1859.
However, most of these theories seem to be based on the fact that the colours red and black were used in the early 19th-century to symbolise royalty, so perhaps it was not so unexpected that the colour became associated in fashion with wealth and power in the 20th-Century.
In a fashion trend known as ‘faux fashions’, the red shirt and blue pants were worn by men dressed in red and other colours to signify wealth and status.
Red and black stripes were also worn by women in the 1930s, and in the 1940s and 50s, men wore red ties and blue shoes.
The red and orange trousers were worn with red shoes, and the red trousers and socks were worn when men were in the company of other men.
However the red ties are no longer worn in men’s clothing, and their colour has largely faded.
The style was popular in the mid-20th Century, but it seems that it faded out after the 1970s.
The 1940s The red, blue and orange styles are still seen on T-shirts, hats, coats, trousers and gloves, and are often worn by young men in the 1980s and 1990s.
Red tie: red tie, worn with white or red shoes and red ties Red ties are a modern design that began in the 1920s, but they have fallen out of favour as more men started to wear black and grey ties.
Today, the red tie has faded away.
The 1950s: The red tie is worn with blue or white shoes and ties.
It is worn by older men, young men, women, and young children.
The 1960s: A red tie with black or orange shoes and blue or green ties.
The 1970s: Red tie with blue shoes and green ties Red tie is still popular with men today, and women can be seen wearing it with red ties as well.
The 1990s: This is a blue tie with a white tie and red tie.
This has become popular with women and younger children.
Red, orange and black trousers: red trousers, worn by younger men and women The red trousers were popular with young men during the 1960’s and 70s, before falling out in the 1990s and disappearing entirely from men’s style in the 2000s.
Many of these trousers were black and green, with red, orange or black shoes and a red tie on them.
The Red Tops: The Red Top was a popular style of trousers worn by working class men from the 1930’s to the early 1970s, during which time it was worn by a variety of different men.
This was the style worn by actor and comedian William Shatner, as well as by many famous writers and musicians.
The original red top was also worn on occasion by women.
Today’s red tops have faded, but red ties remain popular with younger men.
The blue and green trousers: blue and yellow trousers, often worn with black shoes.
These trousers are also popular with working class and younger men, and have been worn by the likes of comedian Amy Schumer and musician Chris Brown.
The Green Top: The Green top was a style of blue trousers worn with grey or green shoes and the name is based on a green colour that was used to mark the ground.
It became popular with the 1960-70s and is still worn by many men.
Red ties: red ties, worn for men by women In the 1970’s and 1980s, the style was used by women to signify social status and power.
This is seen in a wide range of women’s clothing and accessories, including shoes, hats and jackets.
The trend has faded and is now associated with working-class women.
In the 1990’s, red ties