Name the TV Fashion Trend

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Not every look is a hit, but some TV fashion catches on so well that it goes down in the history books, forever associated with the fictional persona that made them famous. Which fashion trends did each of these TV show characters make famous?

In the 1980s, Denise Huxtable on "The Cosby Show" paired which type of headwear with her loose-fitting, bohemian-style outfits?

Denise's free-spirited, bohemian clothing was often perfectly finished with a menswear-inspired hat, tilted slightly back.

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On the TV show "Gossip Girl," Blair Waldorf changed the style context of which fashion accessory?

Blair's habit of topping her high-fashion outfits with the "good girl" headband made the once-preppy hair accessory a must-have for the super-trendy.

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Lovable tough guy B.A. Baracus of "The A-Team" wore which signature accessory around his neck?

The dozens -- perhaps hundreds -- of gold chains hanging from Mr. T's B.A. Baracus character are inextricably associated with the actor to this day.

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Working girl Mary Richards of "The Mary Tyler Moore Show" wore suit jackets sporting which '70s staple?

Mary Richards' polyester work suits consistently reflected the '70s trend of wide lapels, often framing the tie-neck, button-down top that was a staple of the era's workplace.

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"Friends" cutie Rachel Green sparked one of the most noteworthy trends to date with her:

Soon after the series "Friends" first aired in 1994, salons all over the country were inundated with requests for "The Rachel" hairstyle. (Ironically, Jennifer Aniston, the actress who played Rachel, revealed in 2011 that she absolutely hated that cut.)

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On MTV's "The Hills," Lauren Conrad consistently paired her fashionable outfits with which makeup trend?

L.C.'s fresh-faced look made her something of a poster girl for California-chic and helped make her a style icon.

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Will Smith's character on "The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air" had young men doing what to their baseball-style caps?

Lots of young men in the '90s emulated Smith's baggy clothing and bold-colored baseball-style hats, which often had the brim turned up.

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Which 1980s men's fashion trend did Sonny Crockett of "Miami Vice" help make popular?

Sonny Crockett made the Miami look of a pastel T-shirt, light-colored casual suit and sockless loafers a staple for the fashionable '80s man.

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Carrie Bradshaw of "Sex and the City" sparked a run on which well-known handbag?

Though she carried one in more than one episode, the theft of Carrie's purple Fendi Baguette in season 3 became one of the most memorable scenes of the series and helped make the handbag a classic.

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Betty Draper of "Mad Men" helped bring which look back from the '60s?

Betty Draper's daily wear is a classic, '60s housewife wardrobe, including lots of midi shirtdresses that accentuate her enviable waistline.

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