Cool iPad wallpaper
Here is a Collection Of 10 Cool iPad wallpaper. These wallpapers will Exactly Fit for 1024×1024 and 2048×2048 Pixel Resolution Tablets, iPads. Here at ipadwallpapers.net There are more than 75,000 Wallpaper collections are available for iPad 2, iPad 3, iPad 4, iPad Mini, iPad Air, iPad Air Retina free download. Also, You Can Use This wallpaper As a Background wallpaper for The Tablets And Mobiles With The Resolution Of 1024×1024 and 2048×2048. Let’s Have a Look At The Collection
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Little Bit Info About Cool
In terms of fashion, the concept of “cool” has transformed from the 1960s to the 1990s by becoming integrated in the dominant fabric of culture. America’s mass-production of “ready-to-wear” fashion in the 1940s and ‘50s, established specific conventional outfits as markers of ones fixed social role in society. Subcultures such as the Hippies, felt repressed by the dominating conservative ideology of the 1940s and ‘50s towards conformity and rebelled. According to Dick Pountain’s definition of “cool,” Hippie’s fashionable dress can be seen as “cool” because of its prominent deviation away from the standard uniformity of dress and mass-production of dress, created by the totalitarian system of fashion was seen as “cool.” They had various different styles that features bold colors such as the “Trippy Hippie,” the “Fantasy Hippie,” the “Retro Hippie,” the “Ethnic Hippie,” and the “Craft Hippie.” Additionally, according to the strain theory, Hippie’s hand production of their clothing makes them “cool.” By naturally hand-making their clothing they rebelled against consumerism in a passive manner because it allowed them to simply not participate in that lifestyle, which makes them “cool.” As a result of their disengagement, the scope of self-critique was limited because their mask filtered negative thoughts of worthlessness, fostering the opportunity for self-worth.
Starting in the 1990s and continuing into the 21st century, the concept of dressing cool went out of the minority and into the mainstream culture, making dressing “cool” a dominant ideology. Cool entered the mainstream because those Hippie “rebels” of the late 1960s were now senior executives of business sectors and of the fashion industry. Since they grew up with “cool” and maintained the same values, they knew its rules and thus knew how to accurately market and produce such clothing. However, once “cool” became the dominant ideology in the 21st century its definition changed to not one of rebellion but of one attempting to hide their insecurities in a confident manner.
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