The grassroots of traditional rock n’ roll in a modernist society are the icons Mick Jagger or John Lennon that were around during the 1950s in Western society. Similar to the Beats culture and the Hippie movement, rock n’ roll style was influenced by the leading men in some of Britain’s most popular bands who knew not only how to produce a notorious guitar riff to become known by everyone, but also knew how to dress like the rock stars they were. This style is popular amongst millennials because of how street style and effortless it looks.
London’s culture is historic of grand architecture and art museums that are slowly being destroyed and replaced by newer glass buildings. London’s art however, lives on in the multicultural fashion of the people who live there or commute regularly to the capital city.
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Paris being one of the fashion capitals of the world, and so it has a notorious style that has slowly developed through many eras of French cinema and culture. Parisian style is defined by poised and elegant pieces that are timeless as opposed to the fast fashion that is famous in other countries. Experimentation is kept at a minimum, while minimalist style is very popular.