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Not long ago, we introduced you to the different styles of Vietnamese men through the years, now it’s time for a history lesson on female fashion.

By now, the “100 Years of Beauty” video trend has mostly lost its novelty after a few years in production. The fashion trends of Vietnamese ladies in the past have also been featured here. However, it’s always fascinating to see how different media outlets come up with their own interpretation.

The video below was produced by Lady9, a YouTube channel dedicated to making videos on cosmetological topics. Lady9’s version of the beauty anthropology montage is a whimsical stop-motion clip that takes viewers on a journey from the 1900s all the way to the 2010s.

Do you agree with the channel’s fashion choices? Have a look below:

[Video via YouTube channel Lady9]

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