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Stylish mannequins with Berlin fashion trends of the 1980s. Photo Roberto Bigano

Stylish mannequins with Berlin fashion trends of the 1980s. Photo Roberto Bigano

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An impressive shop window at Streifen Dept. Store in West Berlin, Germany. September 1980. This picture belongs to the “Plastic Girl” series, a unique reportage about the evolution of style and costume through mannequins from 1978 to today.
Photo by Roberto Bigano.

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A unique reportage about the evolution of style through mannequins from 1978 to today: the pictures were taken in Italy, Europe, and the United States, by the Italian photographer Roberto Bigano.

I have been shooting "Plastic Girls" for over forty years. They fascinate me, and I find they tell a lot about a country's culture and the evolution of fashion and style. I always took all the photos in the stores' windows through the glass and never with special permits. All these wonders are right there, available to anyone able to see them.

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A unique reportage about the evolution of style through mannequins from 1978 to today: the pictures were taken in Italy, Europe, and the United States, by the Italian photographer Roberto Bigano.

I have been shooting “Plastic Girls” for over forty years. They fascinate me, and I find they tell a lot about the culture of a country and the evolution of fashion and style. I took all the photos through the stores' windows glass and never with special permits. All these wonders are right there, available to anyone who can see them.