1.Way back in the early '90s, holograms began to attach themselves to fashions everywhere.
2.A glittery cropped top such as this might have been worn to a "rave."
3.Holographic sneakers were also common at "raves," combining style with comfort for participants of this bygone dance ritual.
4.Contrary to popular belief, the magic eye hologram pendant did not hold any magical powers. Although it did have a tendency to hypnotize the easily-entertained.
5.Motifs such as flowers and butterflies were popular compliments to hologram materials.
6.These hologram Dr Martens suggest that certain elements of punk subculture were adopted by rave sects.
7.Although symbols of peace often embellished holographic accessories, they were not necessarily reflective of their era, but were instead throwbacks to the "trippy" '70s.
8.For reasons still unclear today, purses displaying holographic surfaces usually did not exceed the miniature size.
9.In the '90s, Americans borrowed the yin-yang, an ancient Chinese symbol of duality, so that young girls could buy friendship necklaces at Claire's or have funky shoes to wear to the dance.
10.Lisa Frank, who would later become known as the prophet of cuteness, often employed holographic elements in her designs. Elders say it was perhaps a hypnotic tactic, helpful in the brainwashing of young girls.
11.Happy faces of the holographic nature were meant to convey a type of glossy jubilation.