Fashion trends throughout the ages can range from diverse to crazy to those that we just can’t seem to let go of.
The YouTube channel, WatchCut Video, puts together stunning historical montages of fashion and beauty from over 100 years of a specific culture and their latest release chronicles a century of Kenyan women’s style.
Beginning with Keesee, a blank canvas, they start the transformation in the early 1900s with a traditional neck piece and natural curls.
Over the decades they bounce from styles that heavily influenced fashion around the globe before settling on the 2010s with a hair style not too dissimilar from the starting point.
Gotta love cyclical trends.